About this Book:
Depression is no fun. One of the most difficult aspects of depression is that God often seems so far away, or, even more, he seems not to care. Sitting still is excruciating, praying seems impossible. This sense of being disconnected from God may lead one to feel guilty, angry, and hopeless.
The Surviving Depression Journal is a step-by-step creative guide to reconnecting you with yourself, with your dreams, and with your God.
In this helpful companion to her best-selling Surviving Depression: A Catholic Approach, Kathryn James Hermes, FSP, guides her readers through their own personal dark nights of the soul with inspiring reflections, Scripture, and prayers. Encouraging readers to follow along with her, Sr. Kathryn has created a safe space in which people can journal their struggles and fears and come to a sense of hope, peace, and trust. The Suriving Depression Journal can be used alone or in conjunction with the Surviving Depression text.
Features & Benefits:
- Includes a helpful appendix describing symptoms of depression as well as suggestions for support.
- Features simple, vital tips for dealing with depression.
About the author:
Kathryn James Hermes, FSP, is a member of the Congregation of the Daughters of St. Paul. She works in the Acquisitions Office for Pauline Book and Media Centers, and is the author of numerous best-selling titles. She has an M.T.S. from Weston Jesuit School of Theology.
Binding: Lay-flat Paperback
Category: Spirituality/Healing & Coping
Trim size: 6" x 9"