e-Book Broken Glass: A Family's Journey Through Mental Illness epub downloadAuthor: Robert V. Hine
Pages: 214 pages
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press; 1 edition (October 15, 2006)
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
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by Robert V. Hine
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Robert V. Hine is a distinguished historian retired from UC Riverside and now affiliated with University of California, Irvine. My heart went out to Mr. Hine while reading this book. He is the author of two memoirs, Broken Glass (UNM Press) and Second Sight, as well as numerous history publications. The love and support that this man, and his wife, gave to their adopted daughter was above and beyond what many people would do. I truly admire him.
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Robert Hine has written the seminal book on parenting a mentally ill child. Broken Glass is a compelling novel that examines a family's interaction with mental illness. Broken Glass" chronicles Hine and his wife Shirley's heart-breaking and often harrowing experiences as they watch their daughter Elene veer into the world of mental illness. Never has the debate of "Nurture vs. Nature" been answered more clearly,for despite a loving home,two educated,cultured,concerned parents and the benefits of a middle-class upbringing(music,dance lessons,travel) Elene becomes increasingly more disorganized and disturbed.
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Written by Robert V. Hine, narrated by Gary D. MacFadden. As an early baby boomer, Elene reached adolescence and young womanhood in the midst of the counterculture years.
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Robert Hine was educated at King's College London and the University of Aberdeen. Specialist areas include life sciences, health, and the environment. Broken Glass: A Family's Journey Through Mental Illness.
When Robert Hine's daughter, Elene, first showed signs of unhappiness as a little girl, no one dreamed she would grow up to have a serious personality disorder. As an early "baby boomer," Elene reached adolescence and young womanhood in the midst of the counterculture years. Her father, a respected professor of American history at the University of California, shares the story of his family's struggle to keep Elene on track and functional, to see her through her troubles with delusions, medication, and eventually to help her raise her own children.
Candid in its portrayal of the suffering Elene and her parents endured and the stumbling efforts of doctors and hospitals, Hine's story is also generous and inspiring. In spite of unimaginable difficulties, Elene and her father preserved their relationship and survived.
"My daughter has given me permission to go ahead with the effort, [but] I know she would react quite differently to many of the events. Where I felt sadness and dejection, she very likely felt release and exultation. Where I felt helplessness, she very likely felt in happy control. Where I saw confusion and delusion, she may well have seen purpose and steadiness. This is not the story she would tell. It is solely mine, solely the viewpoint of one man, solely a father's feelings about his daughter."--from Robert Hine's Preface to Broken Glass