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Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw Emotions

Author Lysa TerKeurst
Narrator Lysa TerKeurst
Runtime 5.3 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Zondervan
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Release Date July 26, 2012
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Every day women face situations that beg them to come unglued, undone, and to act unchristianly.  This book will help a woman learn to positively process her raw emotions—those emotions a woman hides from everyone else but spews on those she loves the most.

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"God gave us emotions to experience life, not destroy it! Lysa TerKeurst admits that she, like most women, has had experiences where others bump into her happy and she comes emotionally unglued. We stuff, we explode, or we react somewhere in between. What do we do with these raw emotions? Is it really possible to make emotions work for us instead of against us? Yes, and in her usual inspiring and practical way, Lysa will show you how.

Filled with gut-honest personal examples and biblical teaching, Unglued will equip you to: Know with confidence how to resolve conflict in your important relationships. Find peace in your most difficult relationships as you learn to be honest but kind when offended. Identify what type of reactor you are and how to significantly improve your communication. Respond with no regrets by managing your tendencies to stuff, explode, or react somewhere in between. Gain a deep sense of calm by responding to situations out of your control without acting out of control."

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Review by / (Posted on 1/29/2018)
Good but needs to address the issue of sin
I appreciate that this book was read by the author. The term "unglued" primarily refers to angry responses to people and situations, and the author is extremely candid about the problems she has had and continues to have in this area. The book has some good insights, and the author gives some practical suggestions based on techniques she has found helpful. Although the book is laced with scriptural support for her ideas and suggestions, the author spends little time addressing the fact that "unglued" responses are sins that need to be confessed. Still, I think it's worth a read, especially if your temper is fitted with a short fuse.
Review by / (Posted on 11/4/2017)
Easy read. Nothing new.
Encouraging. Simple. Like many recent writers, she found a word and stuck with it. (No pun intended.) She becomes 'unglued.' Others become 'undone.'
Review by / (Posted on 4/28/2016)
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