Martha to the Max: Balanced Living for Perfectionists
In Martha to the Max, Debi combines humor, Biblical wisdom, fresh insights, and tons of practical helps for today's busy woman. Her "Martha" test will nail any perfectionist and make even a Mary (like me) 'fess up to all kinds of hidden perfectionism!The humorous antics and transparent confessions of Debi Stack and her "Martha" buddies will tickle the funny bone and give you hope that change is needed--and really possible. And Debi doesn't just leave you tied up in knots; she loosens you up with plenty of seasoned advise that strikes at the heart of the problem--to correct the faulty thinking patterns that max women out in the first place. Then she leads you to the One who can really change the heart. Great book!
September 7, 2001
Fortunately for frantically frazzled females who have phenomenally full plates, author and one-time maxed-out maven of Martha-mania, Debi Stack, has learned to purge performance andperfectionism, while piling on wisdom, warmth, whimsy, and wit. To the woman barely danglingat the end of her rope, Debi throws out a lifeline of solid Biblical insights and practical solutionsfor simplifying lifes maze, while amplifying its meaning. This book is filled with help, hope,and humor, all borne from Debis personal challenges and successes. Because of her willingness to change with Gods help, Debi progressed from living maxed-out, to living to the maxfromexperiencing the fracture of many things to enjoying the fulfillment of one thing and the OneWho really matters. Debi is an incredibly articulate, gifted writer, which is the only perfectionallowed.. Martha to the Max is the maximum in reading enjoyment!
July 15, 2001
How did Debi do it? How did she pin me down so perfectly? And how, above all else, did she manage to write such a wonderful book with such wisdom and humor? But what I love most is the practical advice for "sitting at the feet of Jesus" when you are a "scrambling in the kitchen" kind of gal! I highly recommend this book! Read it...get a laugh...but take it very seriously!
March 24, 2001