Winning the War Within: How to Stop Doing What You Don't Want to Do

Winning the War Within How to Stop Doing What You Don t Want to Do Drawing from biblical resources as well as from his training in psychology and his experience as a counselor Wilkes answers the key question How can we win the war within He offers fresh insight into

  • Title: Winning the War Within: How to Stop Doing What You Don't Want to Do
  • Author: Peter Wilkes
  • ISBN: 9780830816057
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drawing from biblical resources as well as from his training in psychology and his experience as a counselor, Wilkes answers the key question How can we win the war within He offers fresh insight into the dynamics of human personality, willpower and weakness The result is a helpful guide for what really hinders our growth and for moving toward satisfying and lasting Drawing from biblical resources as well as from his training in psychology and his experience as a counselor, Wilkes answers the key question How can we win the war within He offers fresh insight into the dynamics of human personality, willpower and weakness The result is a helpful guide for what really hinders our growth and for moving toward satisfying and lasting change.

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    1. ok--one of those books that may raise some eyebrows--but if you have any ocd in you, which i confess i do, this book is an interesting perspective on how our natural and nurtured personalities influence our choices/behaviors (esp. the bad habits!).

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