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Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Beacon Hill Press
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Dr. McIntoshs personal warmth and caring flows from every page as she gives tangible ways to help women overcome negative patterns of thinking.
--Stasi Eldredge, bestselling co-author of Captivating
Jesus cautioned us about becoming Outer Cup People. Dr. McIntosh provides a path to becoming an inner-person, healing from the inside out.
--Steve Arterburn, director of New Life Ministries
How we think affects how we live and how we relate to one another, but few of us know how to separate the truth from what we feel. In this honest, insightful book, Dr. McIntosh gives us tools to help us live and love and pass on godly, healing habits to our children.
--Sheila Walsh, author
Dr. McIntosh gives us a wise, insightful book to help change painful thought patterns and damaging self-talk. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to challenge faulty thinking.
--Jan Silvious, author
Everyone who reads this book will benefit from Helens step-by-step solutions, her sample dialogues, and the spiritual focus it delivers.
--June Hunt, author, singer, and founder of Hope for the Heart