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B&H Books Too Blessed for This Mess: The Frazzled Female's Guide to Overcoming Stress

Join Wood, that funny "frazzled female," in a Bible-based study for women that will lift you into a calming, empowering relationship with your Creator. Learn how to deal with stress in your job, home, family, and friendships in a way that puts God in control and you in his loving rest and peace! Hardcover.
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Good for group discussion...

Date:July 16, 2011
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Peggy Rasmusson
Location:CO
Age:45-54
Gender:female
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I really like the layout of this book & the topics are good. It may be great to discuss in a group setting. Reading it alone, however, was disappointing, as it didn't delve deeply into any one topic. The chapters are short to avoid creating more stress, but I found it too "light". It would be appropriate for a new believer or young person. Very few personal stories are shared to illustrate each point, so the text comes across as 'telling' rather than 'sharing'.
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Review 2 for Too Blessed for This Mess: The Frazzled Female's Guide to Overcoming Stress
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Date:January 25, 2008
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Kim Smith
I have only read the first few chapters of the book, but would highly recommend the book if you are a "frazzled female". It directs your focus just where it needs to be on our personal, individual relationship with our Creator, Sustainer and Savior for daily living.
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