A bestselling Christian book on dealing with negative emotions in a Godly way. From anxiety and depression to anger and rejection, Deliver Me From Negative Emotions will change your perspective and give you new hope. Don’t let life drive you crazy. Your spiritual mind can overcome any mood. Find emotional peace in the midst of the craziest times. Many of us are stressed out. We’re bending over backwards, catering to dysfunctional relationships, navigating life’s challenges. If we want emotional peace and well-being we have to set boundaries. We have to learn to put our emotional health first. And that begins with understanding whats pushing our buttons and how to control those triggers so that we don’t allow people or circumstances to control and destroy our peace. (14,000 Words)
Negative self-talk factors greatly into your emotional health. For many of us what we say to ourselves when we are stressed either tends to be negative or working against us. Its important that we learn to think positively so that we negate the negative self talk and stop building barriers to our own success. This book will teach you to replace past mental conditioning with healthy, new life-giving thoughts, words and actions. As a result you will regain control of your emotions and begin to respond to situations and circumstances in a healthy and more positive way that can be positively life-changing. As you read this series, meditate on the word. It is truly an investment in your personal, emotional and spiritual growth.
It is possible to control negative emotions and utilize positive self talk to guide you, even when things are falling apart. You don’t have to be controlled by your environment, negative thoughts, or past programming. You can set boundaries in your thinking, your relationships, and your emotions. Its time to take back control of your life.
From advertisements to mommy blogs to Pinterest, scenes of domestic bliss abound, painting a picture of perfection and expectation nearly impossible to live up to. Why can’t you work a full-time job, stylishly clothe yourself and your children, plan a party for twelve with handmade decorations, keep your house sparkling clean without chemicals, and bake a gourmet meal in the same day? Everyone else is doing it! For many women, housework has become more than chores that need to be done; it is a symbol of identity.
Sheila Wray Gregoire wants to stop that thinking in its tracks and help women back to a life of balance–for their sakes and for their families. She encourages women to shift their focus from housekeeping to relationships and shows them how to foster responsibility and respect in all family members.
The second edition retains the helpful, concrete advice on everyday situations such as strategies for tackling chores and budgets and tips on effective communication, while incorporating the wisdom Sheila has gained through her interaction with thousands of readers of her blog and through her speaking ministry over the past ten years. Through the principles in To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, Gregoire promises readers they can grow and thrive in the midst of their hectic lives-even if their circumstances stay the same.
About the Author
Sheila Wray Gregoire, a born entrepreneur, writes for numerous magazines, actively blogs at tolovehonorandvaccum.com, and speaks to a variety of audiences across North America, combining the realities of a family with Scripture for real-world, real-biblical answers. In addition, she and her husband, Keith, tag-team homeschool their kids.
The holidays are meant to be a joyous time that includes parties, vacation from work, and the opportunity for families to gather together. For many people, though, the holidays bring a period of uncomfortable conflict or awkward conversations that strain relationships. This nine-page resource is designed to help you navigate some of the most common situations that families encounter during the holidays. As you read through the material, you’ll become better equipped to face the following issues:
- Make decisions as an adult with your family
- Deal with awkward relatives or unpleasant behavior
- Set boundaries when your family gets too close for comfort
This material is excerpted from the books, Boundaries and How to Have That Difficult Conversation You’ve Been Avoiding, written by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend.
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