Gregory L. Jantz

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Gregory L. Jantz



Average rating: 3.92 · 1,404 ratings · 228 reviews · 57 distinct worksSimilar authors
Healing the Scars of Emotio...

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Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, ...

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Raising Boys by Design: Wha...

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Hope, Help, and Healing for...

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Healing Depression for Life...

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Gotta Have It!: Freedom fro...

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The Stranger in Your House

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The Anxiety Reset: A Life-C...

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Hope and Healing from Emoti...

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“The only way to get what we truly need is to surrender our needs to God.”
Gregory L. Jantz, Gotta Have It!: Freedom from Wanting Everything Right Here, Right Now

“An excess, by its very nature, is generally an unwise thing. For us, excess means more than necessary. Excess is what gets us in trouble. Again, a person needs to work but shouldn’t become a workaholic. A person needs clothing but shouldn’t become a shopaholic. A person needs to eat but shouldn’t become a glutton. A glass of wine is fine unless you’re an alcoholic. A simple wager has no harm unless you’re a pathological gambler. A hobby isn’t a hobby if it’s your one true satisfaction in life. Excessities blur the line between something that is fine and something that is over the line. When we’re caught in the spiral of an excessity, we can find it very difficult to judge where that line is and how and when to draw ourselves back from the edge.”
Gregory L. Jantz, Gotta Have It!: Freedom from Wanting Everything Right Here, Right Now

“Often a boy’s natural energy is seen as disruptive. A boy’s inquisitiveness is seen as disrespect for authority. A boy’s competitiveness and his fits and starts at leadership are seen as presumptive or flawed. A boy’s resilience is seen as uncaring and even too harsh. A boy’s tenacity is seen as arrogance. Many of the strengths designed into a particular boy become suspect or devalued. Gradually, the boy either instinctively rebels against this harsh interpretation of his inner self or withdraws into a deep loneliness.”
Gregory L. Jantz, Raising Boys by Design: What the Bible and Brain Science Reveal About What Your Son Needs to Thrive

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