Item description for My Son, My Search by L. J. J. Parker...
Overview A mother whose son was almost killed listening to "the voices" researches whether Schizophrenia is purely psychological/physiological, purely spiritual, or a combination of both. Is Schizophrenia spiritual warfare?
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Heartfelt Jun 12, 2007
This author gives a candid and thought-provoking look inside the world of a family trying to deal with an only son's schizophrenia. The fear, uncertainty, confusion, emotional pain and spiritual quest they go through in an attempt to understand this mysterious disease is an eye-opening experience for all. The simple honesty lends credibility to what has to be an extremely difficult story to tell. Includes excellent resources and insight for anyone trying to deal with a similar situation.
Thought provoking and enlightening Nov 30, 2006
Both my husband and I read this book and found it very interesting and informational about this devastating disease called Schizophrenia. The author relates a sincere, heartfelt story of her experience with this disease in her family. Very enlightening, with excellent resources to encourage those facing this disease in someone they know. Definitetly a must read for anyone!
A true-life experience of schizophrenia Nov 27, 2006
This book presents a look at the emotional pain that the puzzling, and often frightening, malady known as schizophrenia can bring to a typical American family. Told from a predominately religious prespective, this slice of family history seems candid and will likely elicit the sympathy of the reader because of the simple honesty with which its events are related. Within the story, the author also gives other helpful resources that she has found in her search for meaning, and insight into her child's condition.