Practical Help for a More Peaceful and Productive Life
Author: Deborah Smith Pegues
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Deborah Smith Pegues, behavioral specialist and bestselling author of 30 days to Taming Your Tongue (more than 500,000 copies sold), sheds light on rational and irrational fears and offers readers a path of hope and assurance. With her trademark clarity and practical wisdom, Deborah addresses spiritual, relational, physical safety, financial, and emotional fears with godly principles and straightforward helps. Each step of the way, she gives readers power over fear by helping them understand: the foundation of their fears God's perspective on their specific anxiety, fear, or phobia how to respond to fear triggers with information, awareness, and confidence ways to embrace healthy fears and to resist unhealthy ones how neutralizing their fears maximizes their life This will be an invaluable resource for anyone walking the minefield of constant apprehensions who is ready to exchange fear for the peace which passes all understanding.
Learning to control the tongue is a lifelong pursuit. That’s why it’s so important for you as parents to help your children learn to tame their tongues from the moment they begin to talk. Certified behavioral consultant Deborah Pegues offers invaluable insights for parents who long to help their children learn not only what to say and how to say it, but also what not to say. With humor and wisdom, Deborah devotes chapters to teaching your kids such important lessons as speaking respectfully to an adult; using their indoor voice; knowing when to speak up and when to remain quiet; giving and accepting compliments; expressing anger appropriately; admitting mistakes or wrongdoing; and talking to God. Stories, soul-searching questions, and scripturally based personal affirmations combine to make each reading applicable and life changing for you and your family.
From Deborah Smith Pegues, popular author of the bestselling "30 Days to Taming Your Tongue," comes a powerful guide for conquering those bad attitudes that can derail your personal and professional relationships. Here's just a sampling of the attitudes Pegues tackles head on: condescension control envy intolerance judgmentalism resentfulness self-centeredness sullenness victim mentality "30 Days to Improving Your Attitude" uses biblical and modern-day examples to help readers recognize and overcome such counterproductive behaviors as expecting failure, putting down someone else's success, being indifferent to the needs of others, and criticizing the conduct or choices others make. Scripture-based principles, heart-searching personal challenges, and healing prayers and affirmations will point readers toward the path to a new attitude.