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Minding the Matters of The Mind
Whether your loved one has recently been diagnosed with a mental illness, or whether you have lived with this diagnosis for several years, this book gives you fresh insights based on the author’s experiences in dealing with her 25-year-old son’s unexpected diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia.
It teaches you how get past the feeling of helplessness and denial by learning to accept and take control of your situation. It also shows you the power of asking for help as you create your team and devise your plan. Lastly, it reminds you that support is available from many sources; you are not on this journey alone.
For helpless caregivers who are in denial and frustrated trying to help a mentally ill loved one, Susan Downs provides real life examples and quick solutions to put readers on a pathway to Minding the Matters of the Mind.
Minding the Matters of the Mind is a book written for any person who is a caregiver, a family member, or a friend of a mentally ill person.
This book guides the reader through the following:
• creating a team
• forming a plan
• taking care of yourself
• becoming an advocate
This is a powerful system for taking control as you navigate the world of mental illness.
Practical information and engaging storytelling to help you learn about mental illness. In this book, you will: