Book Nook News: Spring Cleaning Your Emotions

Spring Cleaning Your Emotions
Eight things you need to quit to transform your life
  1. Quit being afraid of what others think
  2. Quit lying
  3. Quit dying to the wrong things
  4. Quit denying anger, sadness and fear
  5. Quit blaming
  6. Quit over functioning
  7. Quit faulting thinking
  8. Quit living someone else’s life

Zondervan Publishing
January 1, 2013
ISBN: 9780310320012/224 pages/softcover/$14.99
Launching a new website: www.GeriScazzero.org
Gerri Scazzero shares eight things you have to quit to be emotionally healthy. Based on her new book from Zondervan, author and popular conference speaker Geri Scazzero offers a radical message for Christian women today.
“When we quit things that are damaging to our souls or to the souls of others, we are freed up to choose other ways of being and relating that are rooted in love and lead to life,” says Scazzero. “When we quit fear of what others think, we choose freedom. When we quit lies, we choose truth. When we quit blaming, we choose to take responsibility. When we quit faulty thinking, we choose to live in reality. When we quit for the right reasons, quitting changes us. Something breaks inside of us when we finally say, ‘No more.’ But it must be done for the right reasons, at the right time and in the right way.”
For those ready to embark upon an authentic journey to change, The Emotionally Healthy Woman offers an indispensable traveler’s guide. A talented wordsmith and a skilled leader, Scazzero combines her own experiences with familiar biblical stories and scripture to provide a spiritual and emotional roadmap, pinpointing alternate routes that are forged by love and leading straight to the life God intended.
Scazzero, along with her husband, Pete, is co-founder of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, a ministry designed to equip pastors and churches with a spiritual formation paradigm that integrates emotional health with contemplative spirituality.This is a must-read on every Christian woman’s bookshelf.

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