Confronting Without Offending gives readers the tools to successfully talk over and resolve issues and misunderstandings at home, at work, and in social situations.
People who refuse to forgive often sabotage their future and create an emotional cancer that spreads into every other aspect of their lives. Even those who genuinely desire to forgive often struggle to get beyond their wounded emotions.
In Forgive, Let Go, and Live, Deborah Pegues provides specific guidelines to help us better understandwhat forgiveness is and what it's nothow to overcome seemingly unforgivable hurtswhen to restore, redefine, or release a hurtful relationshiphow it's possible to forgive without forgettingwhy learning how to forgive is a process
Pegues showcases the triumphs of famous and everyday people as well as biblical characters who decided to pursue forgiveness and also the tragedies of those who chose to wallow in anger and revenge.
If you've been wounded by another, this book will empower you to find joy, freedom, and peace as you let go of your desire to avenge the wrong and make a commitment to release the offender from his debt.
Giving readers the benefit of her many years’ experience as a public accountant and certified behavioral consultant, Deborah sheds light on the emotional and practical side of putting finances in order. The wealth of information readers will gather includes how toforget past financial mistakes and start freshstop emotional spending and still be contentfund future objectives with confidence
Each day’s offering will inspire and motivate readers to savor the freedom that comes with organizing, valuing, and sharing their resources wisely.
Pegues uses biblical and modern-day examples to help readers identify and overcome the obstacles that hold them back. Readers will discover emotion-taming strategies such asestablishing boundariesextending grace, mercy, and respect to othersconquering perfectionismaccepting themselves and learning to laugh at themselvestelling the truth and striving to do the right thing
30 Days to Taming Your Emotions provides Scripture-based principles, heart-searching personal challenges, and healing prayers and affirmations that point readers to a new sense of emotional freedom.
Compilation of Supreme Confidence, 30 Days to a Great Attitude, and 30 Days to Taming Your Stress.
30 Days to Taming Your Anger provides Scripture-based principles, heart-searching personal challenges, and healing prayers that point readers to a new sense of freedom.
As a companion to the bestselling book, this 30-day guide will help readers put into practice what they're learning. Features include...questions that will help readers think through how the book's advice can apply to their circumstancesideas and plans to overcome negative speech patternswords from Scripture to reinforce the changes readers are making
The key to overcoming foot-in-mouth disease, indicates the author, is letting God's way of thinking sink into your brain and then be reflected in your speech. This practical, hands-on guide will show readers how to do this.