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Xiety and distraction In this book Jennie draws on biblical truth and recent discoveries in neuroscience to show exactly how we can fight the enemies Out of Your PDF #9734 of the mind with the truth of who God is and who He calls us to b This is a book that needed to be written I m thrilled that Jennie took up this mantel for the Kingdom In the past I ve felt chastised by Christian books that address negative thou

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Jennie Allen of Your PDFEPUB #195 challenges Christian women to transform their outlook and their lives by interrupting their spiraling thoughts and realizing their God given power to think differentlyOne of the greatest spiritual battle I really REALLY tried to finish this book and I did make it 23 of the way Local friends chose it for book club and met weekly to discuss each chapter But it slowly became a source

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S of our generation is taking place between our ears How we think shapes how we live Get Out PDFEPUB or So it's crucial that we learn how to stop our spinning thoughts and refuse to fall prey to toxic thinking patterns like victimhood an I personally found this book incredibly helpful in identifying the root cause of a lot of my unhappiness and lack of fulfillment Thoughts are mighty powerful things and they are t


10 thoughts on “Get Out of Your Head

  1. says:

    I wanted to really like this book The premise resonated with me However in the end it wasn't what I was expecting While the author acknowledges at one point about differing personalities she being an enneagram 7 and her sister being a 6 and introvert v extrovert it feels like the suggestions offered are of the one size fits all variety I al

  2. says:

    I really REALLY tried to finish this book and I did make it 23 of the way Local friends chose it for book club and met weekly to discuss each chapter But it slowly became a source of frustration and annoyance to me so I dropped itHere’s a paragraph that exemplifies my two biggest problems with it ————

  3. says:

    This book was even better than I thought I have read a lot on neuroscience and a lot on neuroscience combined with scripture But I r

  4. says:

    I really wanted to like this book but it didn’t live up to my expectations I appreciate Jennie being open about her own struggles with doubt but I found the book to be repetitive and fluffy There were pieces of practical advice sprinkled throughout the book but nothing that we haven’t already heard If you’re looking for a Bible study book that can help spark group conversation this would probably be great but if y

  5. says:

    I personally found this book incredibly helpful in identifying the root cause of a lot of my unhappiness and lack of fulfillment Thoughts are mighty powerful things and they are treated as such in this book I especially rela

  6. says:

    SO GOOD Probably will be the best book I read all year It was exactly what I needed to hear so practical and real and Scripture centric Would recommend to everyone and will definitely be rereading it myself

  7. says:

    Perhaps the worst book I’ve ever tried to read I tried really hard to finish this but might be my first DNF It’s illogical and extremely

  8. says:

    This is a book that needed to be written I'm thrilled that Jennie took up this mantel for the Kingdom In the past I've felt chastised by Christian books that address negative thought life anxiety or depression It's obvious that neither the author or anyone they love has ever come close to being touched by mental illness or the toxic thought spiral that consumes so many In this book Jennie is vulnerable with her own personal exp

  9. says:

    An important book Jennie Allen is vulnerable in her pursuit of showing us a path away from spiraling thoughts We have a choice I have a choice Such a simple yet powerful concept Then she provides roadmaps for eight sets of thoughts how to transfer them to choices and regain control of our thoughts

  10. says:

    I really struggled to read this book not because of the content matter but the informality of her voice It felt haphazardly put together It read like it was written by Dragon the speech to text recognition software Further as someone who has wrestled with doubt depression and intellectual spirals it was difficult to resonate with her energetic voice I never really feel like the answer is “this is not who you

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