Feeding Your Appetites: Satisfy Your Wants, Needs, and Desires Without Compromising Yourself
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Feeding Your Appetites: Satisfy Your Wants, Needs, and Desires Without Compromising Yourself

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Helps the reader understand our God-given appetites and how to short-circuit out-of-control cravings and achieve lasting change by satisfying natural hungers.Learn to control the things that control you!
ebook, 240 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published December 31st 2003)
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Missy  Miller
This book draws parallels between "unmet" appetites in our lives that occur naturally and our vices, hang ups, addictions....replacements for what we are really looking for (i.e.comfort, love --> food, excitement -->alcohol, fullfillment --> workaholism.)

We need to learn that what whatever it is we are abusing is not satisfying the appetites that we are trying to fill.

Classic stuff here but well presented in a refreshed way. There is a Christian influence to this book as well but I bel...more
Trudy
You can learn from this book if you read it introspectively. You need to consider what your own appetites are and ponder how they have a hold on you and what you are willing to do for them to not have such a stronghold on your life. I appreciated what the author had to share about his own story and thought it a helpful book.
Debi
non-fiction about why we try to fill the void in our lives with various things. This was a pretty good book about looking to God to fill the void instead of over-indulging in other things that won't ultimately satisfy.
Keshia
Good book. Quick read. Practical how-to advice for overcoming how we deal with our appetites for desires that may not be for our overall good. A thoughtful and appreciated gift from my 'Sweet Potato'. KLR
Robert Pierce
This book was very interesting. Think it is a great read.
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