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Addictions Suck by Robin D. Cantwell
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Apr 28, 2012

it was ok
Read in March, 2012

"Addictions Suck" is written not only for the addicted but for anyone who is affected by someone who is addicted. Cantwell guides the reader through different topics regarding addictions and does so with strong Biblical truth as her ally. As one who has struggled with different addictions, Cantwell also shares some of her own experiences, how she has struggled, failed, grown, and how she continues to overcome her struggles in the power of Christ. In "Addictions Suck" Cantwell covers a couple of areas where addictions might be common: sexual food addictions, and people's opinions. She writes about changing the way you think, confessing, repenting and saying no to our addictions. Ultimately she shares the freedom that we can live in by Christ's power. Cantwell is an author and speaker so her writing style is very reader friendly and you do not feel lost in big words or extensive thoughts. Included throughout the book is lots of scripture and the chapters are ended with a prayer. If you want a deep understanding of addictions (in psychological terms) this book is not for you. But if you want to learn more about finding freedom in Christ maybe you should check out this book.


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