Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them: Schizophrenia Through a Mother's Eyes
:Schizophrenia doesn't just afflict our loved ones; it slowly replaces them with a stranger we no longer know or understand. It's a harrowing, bewildering condition ... and the church can seem ill-equipped to minister to those with mental illness and...
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:Schizophrenia doesn't just afflict our loved ones; it slowly replaces them with a stranger we no longer know or understand. It's a harrowing, bewildering condition ... and the church can seem ill-equipped to minister to those with mental illness and their families. Simonetta Carr acutely understands, and she offers her own experience in this story about a mother's fierce love for her son. Holding nothing back, she chronicles the journey of her evolving role as the mother of a son with schizophrenia, as well as the guilt, hope, and fervent prayer that went along with it. She then moves beyond her own experience to bring help to others dealing with this illness, providing information and wisdom culled from psychiatrists, pastors, and sufferers of schizophrenia. Whether you are suffering yourself, have an afflicted loved one, or are caring for brothers and sisters in crises, Simonetta's hard-won insights will uncover joy and the gospel in the midst of your situation and teach you to be an advocate for those who can't fight for themselves.
Simonetta Carr was born in Italy and has lived and worked in different cultures. A former elementary school teacher, she has home-schooled her eight children for many years. She has written for newspapers and magazines around the world and has translated into Italian the works of several Christian authors. Presently, she lives in San Diego with her husband, Tom, and family. She is a member and Sunday School teacher at Christ United Reformed Church. A