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Much madness is divinest sense : wisdom in memoirs of soul-suffering / Kathleen J. Greider.

By: Greider, Kathleen J, 1954-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cleveland : Pilgrim Press, 2007Description: x, 326 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780829815702 (alk. paper); 0829815708 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Mental illness -- Religious aspects. -- Christianity | Mentally ill -- Case studies | Mentally ill -- Religious life | Emotions -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Mental health -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityLOC classification: BT732.7 | .G74 2007
Contents:
Memoirs of soul-suffering -- Why study memoirs of soul-suffering? -- What makes wisdom in memoirs of soul-suffering "spiritual?" -- Why produce memoirs of soul-suffering? -- Problems with memoirs of soul-suffering -- Studying memoirs of soul-suffering -- Identity -- Personal contexts, particular suffering -- Social sicknesses, collective suffering -- Sick from seeing too much -- Suffering -- Acute anguish -- Longer-term dynamics of the anguish -- The special anguish of suicidality -- Families' distinctive anguish -- Care -- Care that harms -- Care that helps -- Healing -- Turning points -- Acceptance and small steps -- Healing work -- Healing mental health services -- Healing mind, body and soul -- Healing religion -- Healing spirituality -- Epilogue : Spiritual wisdom for all of us.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Memoirs of soul-suffering -- Why study memoirs of soul-suffering? -- What makes wisdom in memoirs of soul-suffering "spiritual?" -- Why produce memoirs of soul-suffering? -- Problems with memoirs of soul-suffering -- Studying memoirs of soul-suffering -- Identity -- Personal contexts, particular suffering -- Social sicknesses, collective suffering -- Sick from seeing too much -- Suffering -- Acute anguish -- Longer-term dynamics of the anguish -- The special anguish of suicidality -- Families' distinctive anguish -- Care -- Care that harms -- Care that helps -- Healing -- Turning points -- Acceptance and small steps -- Healing work -- Healing mental health services -- Healing mind, body and soul -- Healing religion -- Healing spirituality -- Epilogue : Spiritual wisdom for all of us.

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