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We think that if we wait long enough, traumatic events and thoughts will fade away naturally – but time doesn't heal all wounds! In Setting Boundaries with Negative Thought and Painful Memories, author Allison Bottke will teach you six simple S.A.N.I.T.Y. steps to help you replace painful memories with biblical hope, release suffocating secrets to give room for new relationships to grow, and to find peace amidst the emotional chaos you may be experiencing.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Find Lasting Freedom from Past Emotional Pain
If you wait long enough, difficult and traumatic experiences from your past will go away on their own...right?
Except they won't. Time doesn't heal all wounds.
Instead, we hoard our hurts. We rehash our sorrows and wonder how they could have been prevented. This keeps us from making brand-new memories and embracing the richer life we crave.
Now is the time for setting healthy boundaries with the past. Allison Bottke will help you...
- tame the triggers that stir painful memories by replacing negative thoughts with biblical hope
- identify lingering communication issues so you can release them and grow in your relationships
- take six simple S.A.N.I.T.Y. steps to find peace in the midst of emotional chaos
Don't let the past dictate your present feelings. Follow this achievable advice and discover the freedom your captive heart desperately needs.
Allison Bottke is the award-winning author of the acclaimed Setting Boundaries® series, which includes Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children, Setting Boundaries with Your Aging Parents, Setting Boundaries with Difficult People, Setting Boundaries with Food, Setting Boundaries for Women, and The Young Womens Guide to Setting Boundaries. She is the founder of the SANITY Support Group, an outreach based on the Setting Boundaries® series (more than 150,000 sold). Her other books include the God Answers Prayers series, and she is the founder and general editor of more than a dozen volumes in the popular God Allows U-Turns® anthology. She has written or edited more than 30 nonfiction and fiction books, and is a frequent guest on national radio and TV programs. Allison lives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Winner of the Selah Award for Best Book of the Year for Setting Boundaries with Food in 2013