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Chasing Skinny Rabbits: What Leads You Into Emotional and Spiritual Exhaustion...and What Can Lead You Out

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A national epidemic of exhaustion is raging across all cultures and social statuses with a huge price being paid in our lives and relationships.

Chasing Skinny Rabbits gets at the root of why we're so prone to exhaustion. As award-winning author John Trent advises, if you don't understand and deal with life's Skinny Rabbits-those things that distract you and lead you to a n
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Thomas Nelson (first published December 31st 2006)
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This was a good book to give me perspective on all the "rabbit trails" that run me ragged and take up my time. The author uses humorous examples to show how easily someone can lose track of his main goal and fill up his life with distractions and busy-ness. The book is simply written, but it succeeded in its quest to make me question activities in my life to see if they are "skinny rabbits" and not my main prey.

The only thing I found missing in the book was a description of how to find a "path
Nothing life changing, but certainly full of nicely illustrated reminders of how we can waste our lives away, a little at a time, by pursuing the wrong things.
This is a good book to help you sort out what you really need to be doing to reach your goals and not the goals that others set for you.
This was a great book, easy to read and apply to everyday life
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Dr. John Trent is an award winning author of marriage and family books such as The Blessing.[1] He is the creator of the Lion, Otter, Golden Retriever, and Beaver (LOGB) way of looking at personalities. He is the President of and the Center for StrongFamilies both are organizations committed to strengthening marriage and family relationships worldwide.[2] He and his wife Cindy h ...more
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