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Destiny Image God and Psychobabble

Emotional problems like codependence, anxiety, and depression have become common, even among Christians. Kathy Martin is a biblical psychotherapist who wants to help people overcome their issues with truth. In God and Psychobabble, she takes a closer look at these common problems to pinpoint how these behaviors are triggered and how changes in attitude and right-thinking can alleviate symptoms. Discover the abundant, joyful life God designed you to have.
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Help and Hope for Many

Date:May 25, 2012
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grace
Age:55-65
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God and Psychobabble is an excellent book. I would recommend it to every person, but especially to those who are looking for hope in today's chaotic world. It exposes how false expectations have led to depression, anxiety, hopelessness and anger. It shows the lies that we have believed that have led to feelings of entitlement and despair and anger when our expectations were not met. It replaces these lies with the truth of God's Word. This book shows how the thoughts we think are directly related to not only depression and anxiety but also to our physical body. It explains why God said to 'meditate on His Word day and night.' This book would especially help marriages and families in our world of brokenness. It uses both clear examples and scripture. This book will give you hope even when you thought there was no hope. It is a clear road map on how to turn your life around from being anxious or depressed or angry or bitter to being joyful and thankful and filled with peace. This book can change your life if you go beyond just reading it and put it into practice.
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Biblical Truth Refutes Pop Psychology

Date:May 19, 2012
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richard r blake
Location:Bridgman, MI
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“God and Psychobabble” explores, exposes, and refutes the popular deceptions being promoted in today’s culture that lead to bondage, anxiety, and resentment under the guise of finding “success and happiness.” Kathy Martin points the reader to a journey of hope through answers leading to abundant life.
Martin explores how establishing a right relationship with God is the only way to find true answers for individuals who are struggling with:
• Depression
• Codependency
• Anxiety
Issues of: Pschogenic Illnesses, Psychoneuroimmunology, panic attacks, and Agoraphobia are all described, as well as the side effects these have on our physical body’s functions.
Each chapter includes illustrations drawn from real life to illustrate misconceptions, truths, and information. The narrative also includes instruction, suggests actions that can be taken to achieve freedom from these maladies. These principles are re-enforced with thought provoking interactive questions for discussion, reflection, and action. These questions are designed to be used on an individual basis, in a one on one in a mentoring or counseling relationship, or in as a group study or in support group environment.
Martin writes with a simplicity and clarity that allows the reader to understand otherwise complex psychological principles which often lead to misconceptions and confusion which keep individuals in emotional bondage.
“God and Psychobabble” replaces the momentary relief, feel good remedies, and the quick fixes offered in today’s culture by TV Reality shows and highly rated TV personalities. Martin presents Biblical truth which leads to freedom allowing the reader to experiencing the joy of an abundant life.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
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