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Jerusha Clark is the author of several books including Every Thought Captive and When I Get Married. She also coauthored the bestselling book I Gave Dating a Chance. Jerusha's ministry passion is to help people more fully glorify and enjoy God. She resides in Escondido, California, with her husband, Jeramy, a pastor at Emmanuel Faith Community Church, and their daughters, Jocelyn and Jasmine.
Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)|
Will Medicine Stop the Pain? Finding God's Healing for Depression, Anxiety & Other Troubling EmotionsElyse M. Fitzpatrick, Laura HendricksonMoody Publishers / 2006 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The Everything Health Guide To Postpartum Care: A Complete Guide To Looking And Feeling Great After Delivery And BeyondMeagan Francis, Kip KozlowskiAdams Media / 2007 / Trade Paperback$17.09 Retail:
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The Lifter of My Head: How God Sustained Me During Postpartum DepressionSue McRobertsTate Publishing / 2007 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Postpartum depression not only affects the new mom but the entire family as well. Relationships are impacted, feelings of grief and despair surface, and the answers may seem far away.
This book is written for the sufferer and for those around her. Author Jerusha Clark's writing is full of research, her own story of PPD, and Scripture. It will help you process what youre facing on a physical, emotional, and spiritual level.
Candace5 Stars Out Of 5Everyone Should Own a Copy of This BookJuly 29, 2015CandaceQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Postpartum depression is a pervasive and significant problem in our culture today, exacerbated by ignorance, selfishness, and isolation. If you think this book isn't for you, you're wrong. Even if you don't experience the crippling effects of PPD yourself, you have or will meet someone who does. This book is excellent because it looks at PPD from all sides: suffering mother, spouse, parents, friends - and gives practical advice. It also explores all treatment options from therapy to medication, to alternative methods. The author further goes to great lengths to discuss the multifaceted causes - physical, mental, spiritual, emotional. This book is a must read for everyone! If only more women were brave enough to write on this topic!
MJ4 Stars Out Of 5August 21, 2010MJLiving Beyond Postpartum Depression by Jerusha Clark is a good book written to both the woman who is suffering, but also to those who are suffering with her. Not often I have a found a book to truly be written to two different groups of people so successfully. Something that is really good about this book is that unlike so many self help books that promise their program or solution is key and the way to healing, Jerusha shares her story as well as others and quotes various books and scriptures that she has come across along her research journey that help. Other books are pointed out and suggestions for various doctors and research programs are highlighted. This truly is a book about finding help and getting better rather than "here's a solution, so do it".I found that Jerusha's book was written much like a letter. It was personal and real. Something that can be related to and growth can be made from her words. In addition to the fact that the interior of the book is a good resource, the cover is gorgeous. Although that may seem like a little thing, surrounding yourself by beauty when everything seems so glum can really help even the slightest bit. And from experience I tell you, any glimmer of help is something.I do recommend this book as well as The Postpartum Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know about Postpartum Depression for any mom who might have an inkling of PPD.