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With professional and sound advice, this book meets topics around anxiety, depression, alcohol, self-harm, dating and pornography.
It is ideal for parents, young adults and youth workers to gain helpful understanding for yourself, friends and those around you.
The world's most recognised adventurer Bear Grylls offers daily tips to help you build mental resilience.
Bear Grylls draws on his survival experience to share the principles that have helped him overcome fear, develop a positive mindset and break through the obstacles that limit success in everyday life. With emotional health advocate Will Van Der Hart, MIND FUEL offers you practical insights to help you to increase your resilience, combat stress and live life with confidence.
Topics are categorised into eight broader themes at enable you to access the material you need most - covering wisdom, battles, motivation, courage, relationships, self-care, spirituality and determination.
From the bestselling author of Mud, Sweat and Tears, MIND FUEL gives you a whole year's worth of guidance to face whatever life throws at you.
* Have you been forgiven but you still feel guilty?
* Does something from your past nag away despite all your best efforts to shrug it off?
* Do mistakes loom large in your thinking and do your conversations start with an apology?
Many people are paralysed with guilt. Guilt robs you of freedom, peace and joy. It can make you feel unacceptable or isolated. Jesus' forgiveness is the ultimate remedy for guilt, but even for those who believe, guilty feelings can still present a lingering problem.
The Guilt Book combines biblical theology and modern psychology, offering a fresh perspective and helping us differentiate between our true guilt, for which forgiveness is needed, and false guilt, for which a psychological approach will help.
Together, we will challenge entrenched cycles of guilt, with their associated feelings of hopelessness and despair. Freedom from persistent guilt is possible. Peace is worth fighting for.
We all long to belong, especially those in positions of leadership. But deeply rooted shame can keep leaders from connecting authentically and vulnerably. Reverend Will van der Hart and Dr. Rob Waller—an experienced church leader and respected psychiatrist—integrate the story of Scripture with the science behind mental health, offering real steps for transformation. When leaders know that they belong to God—when they develop a deep sense of security in Him—they can overcome constricting shame and lead with confidence.
Offering a psychological and biblical response to one of the most persistent problems in leadership, The Power of Belonging is a unique resource to help you build success from your sense of security, allowing your unique leadership gifts to flourish and grow.
Each chapter includes study guide questions for group or individual use.
This book is about a change in perspective - seeing perfectionism as the problem, rather than the goals or standards themselves. Far from being a little habit that keeps us striving, it is the thing that stops us celebrating anything we might achieve.
We are more wedded to perfectionism than we realise. It is embedded in our culture and bound up in popular self-esteem. Even the Bible's perfect words have been used to drive perfectionism in the church.
The authors offer a fresh perspective on an age-old problem - a helpful blend of accessible theology, psychology and activity to lead us to a place of genuine freedom, gratitude and fulfilment.
Worry has reached epidemic proportions. Many are suffering in silence, unsure if psychological solutions are appropriate for them, or if biblical teaching can lead them to freedom.
The Worry Book offers a fresh solution: seeing the process of worry as the problem, rather than getting stuck into individual concerns. We can often use worry to create a sense of certainty and control, but the illusion is temporary, and we generate even more problems in the process. Here we learn about the factors behind worry, and how to disable the cycle of worry and tolerate uncertainty - principles we can apply to every situation.
This is a journeyman's guide through the comedy and heartache of discovering worry's function, and so removing its power. Good theology and psychology combine here to offer new perspectives and real hope. You will find real lives and real people, and solutions which are both practical and doable.
This book takes a totally unique look at pregnancy. Instead of focusing on 'material' preparations for having a baby, it helps us to prepare our hearts, emotions and spiritual lives for the arrival of a newborn.
It equips expectant mums and dads in shaping their attitudes towards parenthood, helping tem to bring God into every aspect of pregnancy, birth and life with a young baby.
Will and Lucinda share the story of their journey through pregnancy, and the stories of their friends, with humour and sensitivity. Theory biblical insights, interwoven with personal story, make for a human and engrossing read.