Item description for The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome by Janette Warrington...
Overview The author shares the miraculous story of her son, David, who barely survived a severe car accident that led to a slow and often torturous recovery from a brain injury. Janette gives an account on how the family was affected by this accident and the recovery process they endured with David. This story of hope will encourage families, friends, and caretakers of people with head injuries, and gives material and resources for help.
Publishers Description "And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God... "--Romans 8:28 Do circumstances look out of control? Look Again They are never out of God's Jan Warrington's adopted son, David--a young, brilliant elementary school teacher--was in a serious car accident that left him brain injured. As Jan shares David's slow recovery in a serious car accident that left him brain injured. As Jan shares David's slow recovery process, discover how you, if faced with giving care to a loved one can: Maneuver through impossible situations as a caregiver.Recognize benefits and miracles in the middle of those trying moments.Move in the power of God's love.Draw strength from humor and the joy of the Lord.See the triumphs of progress when there is nothing but hopelessness.Experience the hand of God at work.Jan shows you how to: Walk in faith each day for your loved one's healing.Make vital practical decisions with long-lasting positive results.Jan Warrington's unique message is more than a mere guide to surviving pain. It is a testimony to the daily miracles and triumphs that could only come from a merciful God, who puts life, unlike Humpty Dumpty, back together again. About the author: A native of Michigan, young high school graduate Jan Warrington, started her climb through Christian education and real estate. She was a correspondent for a statewide recreational newspaper and expanded to include nostalgic Christmas stories and other writings for local newspapers. Challenged by dyslexia, she earned a PhD at the age of sixty-nine and was granted a second honorary one for extensive work in the brain injury movement. She is married to Willard, a retired administrator and professor, and has four living children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Also available from Jan Warrington is "A Caregiver's Triumph" (Creation House 2005).
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Studio: Creation House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.76 lbs.
Release Date Aug 3, 2006
Publisher Creation House
ISBN 1591859980 ISBN13 9781591859987
Availability 0 units.
More About Janette Warrington
A native of Michigan, Janette Warrington has worked in ministry and as a correspondent for a statewide recreational newspaper. She is the author of "The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome "and "A Caregiver's Triumph "that share her experiences with her son's brain injury and as a caregiver. Challenged by dyslexia, Janette earned a PhD at the age of 69 and was granted a second honorary degree for her extensive work in the brain injury movement.
Janette Warrington currently resides in Haslett, in the state of Michigan.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome?
Hope Feb 5, 2007
This book captivated me. I have read several books from the caregiver perspective of TBI since I myself have been a caregiver for my husband for the last 7 months. It is definitely worth reading, if for nothing else but to get to know that all of the trials and hard times that families go through after a traumatic brain injury can lead to recovery, even if "recovery" isn't the return of the person who sufferred the TBI, but a "new" version of the old person. The theme of this book seems to be "Don't give up".