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How to Stop the Pain
- Lu par : Jim Denison
- Durée : 6 h et 25 min
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We all experience pain! Every day millions of people live in a world of heartache. We're forced to smile and pretend that everything is all right. You've been wounded, and you just can't seem to heal. You try to get on with your life, but you just can't move on. You forgive, but you can't forget! Every day exhumes the pain you try to bury. It cripples your relationships with people, God, and life itself. It destroys your ability to pursue your dreams.
This paradigm-shattering book will free you from the forces that would turn you into a victim. It will lead you step by step through a simple process that will free you from the pain of the past and protect you from the pain of the future.
How to Stop the Pain will help you discover the emotional freedom that everyone wants but few experience; break the secret link to the pain of the past; identify the number one source of suffering; never be hurt by another insult; learn the only biblical way to prevent pain; free yourself from the need to judge others; and experience freedom from criticism.
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- Annie L. Moore
We truly are our own worst enemy
This is a fantastic book to help us we beneath the pain to what the real cause is and rectify it there.
- Kevin Lott
So much more than the title suggests
Eloquently describes the pitfalls of judgment and how it leads to the destruction of self and relationships. The book really helped me understand how I relate to the world around me, mis-placed identity, and reasons why we allow pain to turn into suffering. James consistently used scripture to back up his many points and was incredibly thorough. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to live in freedom, free of judgement.