Surviving Depression Journal A Catholic Approach

Hermes Kathryn James
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Pauline Books & Media B

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.

6.00 x 9.00
I have been helping people walk the road of spiritual growth and inner healing for the past twenty years. A stroke at the age of 21 was God's masterful move in orienting me in this direction. As I dove deep into the ocean of sorrow and confusion in my own life, I found my joy at last in sharing with others what had been given to me with others.

My newest book is Reclaim Regret: How Life Heals Life's Disappointments. My best-selling title Surviving Depression: A Catholic Approach has been translated into 17 languages and is popular among those suffering with emotional vulnerability, as well as their families and friends. Through HeartWork, my online program for personal development and spiritual growth in holiness, I personally lead women and men through a journey rooted in the Catholic tradition to healing and joy. I am a spiritual guide and director of My Sisters, an online program on Facebook for Spiritual Accompaniment Along the Journey. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Emmanuel College, Boston, Massachusetts and a Masters in Theological Studies from Weston Jesuit School of Theology as well as an Advanced Certificate in Scripture.

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