This book was a nice refreshing read for it being a “self-help” type of book. I was expecting to be bored out of my gore reading it. However, it has definitely been a hard book to put down once I got started reading it. This author does a great job of not sounding overly preachy even though he makes sure he backs up his thoughts with verses from the Bible.
This book is a good read for ANYONE who has any type of addiction (such as food, smoking, or even drugs.) Sometimes it’s easier to read a self-help book about some other type of method for breaking an addiction that you don’t suffer with to help you with an addiction that you actually do suffer with. Speaking from experience, addiction of any kind has to be broken the same way. However, I feel the method in this book will help a person actually break the pattern for life instead of just changing to a new type of addiction (like I did.)
I highly recommend this book for any one who has an addiction they are dealing with or for someone who is concerned about someone who is dealing with an addiction. It manages to make the reader think long and hard about their life’s actions without making the person feel guilty for their actions. God clearly states to love the person, but not the person’s sinful actions, and this author does a great job of doing that through his words.
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