The Orphan Syndrome: Breaking Free and Finding HomeA counselor outlines the symptoms of a wounded orphan spirit vs. a healthy spirit and how an orphan spirit affects our relationships and ability to receive love. From alienation, disconnection, restlessness, to an inability to sense God’s love, the syndrome is characterized by the lie that says, “You’re on your own.” Nick Eno provides dynamic, real-life examples of individuals who have struggled with this syndrome, and those who have been healed and transformed by the love of God. How to break free from the bondage of the orphan syndrome to finding your home in God as his son or daughter.

The Orphan Syndrome: Breaking Free and Finding HomeA counselor outlines the symptoms of a wounded orphan spirit vs. a healthy spirit and how an orphan spirit affects our relationships and ability to receive love. From alienation, disconnection, restlessness, to an inability to sense God’s love, the syndrome is characterized by the lie that says, “You’re on your own.” Nick Eno provides dynamic, real-life examples of individuals who have struggled with this syndrome, and those who have been healed and transformed by the love of God. How to break free from the bondage of the orphan syndrome to finding your home in God as his son or daughter.

A counselor outlines the symptoms of a wounded orphan spirit vs. a healthy spirit and how an orphan spirit affects our relationships and ability to receive love. From alienation, disconnection, restlessness, to an inability to sense God’s love, the syndrome is characterized by the lie that says, “You’re on your own.” Nick Eno provides dynamic, […]

Depressive Symptoms and Subsequent Alcohol Use and Problems: A Prospective Study of Medical Inpatients with Unhealthy Alcohol Use *.

Depressive Symptoms and Subsequent Alcohol Use and Problems: A Prospective Study of Medical Inpatients with Unhealthy Alcohol Use *.

THERE IS CONSIDERABLE EVIDENCE to suggest that patients in medical settings have a higher prevalence of alcohol-use disorders and exhibit more risky drinking behavior than the general population (Maisto and Saitz, 2003). This “unhealthy drinking,” which includes the spectrum of drinking patterns that place one at risk for harm to alcohol dependence (Saitz, 2005), is […]

Symptoms of Unknown Origin

Symptoms of Unknown Origin

For years after graduating from medical school, Dr. Clifton K. Meador assumed that symptoms of the body, when obviously not imaginary, indicate a disease of the body—something to be treated with drugs, surgery, or other traditional means. But, over several decades, as he saw patients with clear symptoms but no discernable disease, he concluded that […]

Symptoms of Depression in Schizophrenia (Commentary) (Clinical Report)

Symptoms of Depression in Schizophrenia (Commentary) (Clinical Report)

In an article in this issue Heald et al (1) in their study on characterization of depression in schizophrenia report that the precise nature of depressive symptoms present in different phases of the schizophrenic illness can be differentiated qualitatively from primary depression. The authors introduce about the history, prevalence and importance of depressive symptoms in […]

Symptoms of Visceral Disease

Symptoms of Visceral Disease

Dr. Francis Marion Pottenger Sr. explains the nature of ailments in the human internal organs, their signs and symptoms, and their affiliation and effects upon the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. A fascinating account of diseases manifesting in the human body, this book offers an account of the common illnesses and their effects. Beginning with […]