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April-June 2007 - Volume 24 - Issue 2
pp: 59-108

Editorial


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Called to Teach


Christian Ethics


Practicing


FAQs in Spiritual Care


Resources


PulseBeats



Impossible Patient?: It May Be Borderline Personality DisorderHow could you feel hate for a patient?

Elliott-Lee, Diane

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(2):63-69, April-June 2007.

Demanding, emotionally reactive patients may be exhibiting symptoms of personality disorder. Learn about borderline traits and biblical principles for patient management.

Religion and Mental Illness: Safe Spirituality or Risky Religious Intervention?A JCN Resource Article

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(2):71-75, April-June 2007.

Religiousness has been regarded poorly by many in mental healthcare. Does research—or Scripture—support this stance?

Even Christian Women Get Depressed: How Can We Help?

SCHUHOW, DEBI A.

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(2):76-80, April-June 2007.

Disconnection in important relationships may contribute to depression in women, perhaps more so for Christians who also feel disconnected from God. Help women reconnect.

RESEARCH


Are We Speaking the Same Language?

CASTANEDA, LAURA; HABERT, BRIAN; WITT, PAM; More

Journal of Christian Nursing. 24(2):88-93, April-June 2007.

What if patients don't experience nurses' words or gentle touch as caring gestures because they want silence or not to be touched? Can we know their caring preferences?

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