A Walking Disaster: What Surviving Katrina and Cancer Taught Me About Faith and Resilience (Spirituality and Mental Health) through Jamie Aten
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Overview: Is there a which means to our struggling? Is hope life like when tragedy befalls us? Is a go back to normalcy conceivable after our lifestyles is uprooted through disaster? These are the questions that crisis psychologist Dr. Jamie Aten wrestled with when he was once identified with Stage IV colon most cancers. In this gripping memoir, Aten stocks the life-affirming and faith-renewing insights that he found out throughout his tumultuous fight in opposition to the illness.
Aten’s adventure started in 2005 when Hur ricane Katrina struck his neighborhood. After witnessing the devastation wrought through the hurricane, he devoted his profession to investigat ing how other people reply to and recuperate from all means of failures. He studied crisis zones all over the world and based the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College. His experience, alternatively, was once little convenience when a fateful seek advice from along with his oncolo gist published complex and competitive most cancers. "You’re in in your personal non-public crisis" was once his physician’s analysis.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies