Monday, November 11, 2013

Book Review: Unglued

Unglued by Lysa TerKeurst is a wonderful book helping women look at the underbelly of their lives and give all the regrets, hurt, insecurities, fears, and unresolved angers to God.  This book does a wonderful job walking through the stressful emotional lives as women and helps us resolve all these issues with Jesus and lean on him.  Although this textbook answer seems so obvious, it is so hard for us to fulfill in everyday lives. 

I love how the author with humor can truly show herself and women as emotional beings, designed by God. She wonderfully shows how each time of insecurity, rage, fears, etc. can be used to look toward God and become closer to him.  I love her positive attitude.  I love her ability to look at these unglued situations see the seed that caused it, give it to God, ask forgiveness, and move on. 

This book is for all women.  Although her target audience is married women with children, it can apply to anyone.  It gives the reader permission to accept your emotions and learn that they are “indicators not dictators of how we act.”  Using these indicators we can better assess situations, comments, feelings, etc. and react accordingly. 


Note: I was given a free copy of this book to read and review. The opinions above are my own and I was not compensated for a positive review.

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