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S of our generation is taking place between our ears How we think shapes how we live Get Out PDFEPUB or So it's crucial that we learn how to stop our spinning thoughts and refuse to fall prey to toxic thinking patterns like victimhood an. I personally found this book incredibly helpful in identifying the root cause of a lot of my unhappiness and lack of fulfillment Thoughts are mighty powerful things and they are treated as such in this book I especially related to chapter 11 but every chapter tackles a necessary area to reframe our thoughts and behavior around so definitely don t skip any chapters There is something to learn and wisdom to gain on every page if you re looking for it I finished this book feeling encouraged and emboldened and excited to get back on track with Jesus So obviously I d recommend All Night Long (Nannies, place between our ears How we think shapes how we live Get Out PDFEPUB or So it's crucial that we learn how to stop our spinning thoughts and refuse to fall The Freeze-Frame Revolution patterns like victimhood an. I The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 personally found this book incredibly helpful in identifying the root cause of a lot of my unhappiness and lack of fulfillment Thoughts are mighty His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch page if you re looking for it I finished this book feeling encouraged and emboldened and excited to get back on track with Jesus So obviously I d recommend

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Jennie Allen challenges Christian women to transform their of Your PDFEPUB #195 outlook and their lives by interrupting their spiraling thoughts and realizing their God given power to think differentlyOne of the greatest spiritual battle. I really REALLY tried to finish this book and I did make it 23 of the way Local friends chose it for book club and met weekly to discuss each chapter But it slowly became a source of frustration and annoyance to me so I dropped itHere s a paragraph that exemplifies my two biggest problems with it I recently posted on Instagram this uote often attributed to Andrew Murray Humility is perfect uietness of heart It is to expect nothing to wonder at nothing that is done to me to feel nothing done against me It is to be at rest when nobody praises me and when I am blamed or despised It is to have a blessed home in the Lord where I can go in and shut the door and kneel to my Father in secret and am at peace as in a deep sea of calmness when all around and above is trouble The comments in response to this post were priceless Wow This is difficult How rare Whoa That hurts 1 Every time the author inserted herself like this I audibly groaned Does she really need to bookend a uote by referring to her social media following The entire book is chock full of her American lifestyle her family stories and her personal experiences though they usually seemed barely related to the content I think she intended to be vulnerable and relatable to the reader but it was frustrating to me who does not relate to her and doesn t read personal growth books because I want a hug I want concise solid and well studied content I want a book written by a successful expert in the field not a well meaning celebrity Which brings me to my next point2 That uote on humility That is not what humility is It s twisting the meaning of words to make a point That happens in every single chapter I had red flags going off constantly and it made it extremely difficult to pick out the bones in my search for good content The book is not founded on Biblical principles or on psychology though she does use both to support her points The book is based on an idea that hit her as she was running The idea is fine but there is a definite lack of depth or actual experience here It feels like an extrovert rambling about an idea they had after watching a TEDx talk which is exactly what it isMaybe I m being unfair This book is exactly what it s meant to be a pop Christian self help book written by an influencer with a following Most of the ladies in my book club loved it and I think most middle class American women will the references to Starbucks scrolling on social media and Netflix binging are right up their alley and are included abundantly to cater to them It was overwhelmingly cringy to me but I realize I m in the minority The points of the book are fine even if the delivery was weak If you re wanting a meaty deep dive into challenging and changing your thought life I HIGHLY recommend Telling Yourself the Truth by William Backus and Marie Chapian I started it soon after I started this one and it is written by experienced and knowledgeable psychologists and counselors and based on Biblical principles It s been extremely challenging and eye opening and I m actively applying it to my thoughts and helping my children through the principles as well

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Xiety and distraction In this book Jennie draws on biblical truth and recent discoveries in neuroscience to show exactly how we can fight the enemies Out of Your PDF #9734 of the mind with the truth of who God is and who He calls us to b. An important book Jennie Allen is vulnerable in her pursuit of showing us a path away from spiraling thoughts We have a choice I have a choice Such a simple yet powerful concept Then she provides roadmaps for eight sets of thoughts how to transfer them to choices and regain control of our thoughts

  • Hardcover
  • 256
  • Get Out of Your Head
  • Jennie Allen
  • English
  • 06 February 2019
  • 9781601429643

About the Author: Jennie Allen

Jennie Allen is a passionate leader and visionary of Your PDF/EPUB Ã following God's call to inspire women to encounter the invisible God With a Master's in Biblical Studies from DTS Jennie is the author of two Bible studies Stuck a CBA best seller and Chase and the ECPA New Author Get Out PDF/EPUB or of the Year winner of Anything and Restless which also includes a DVD based study The founder of IF Gathering Jennie and he.



10 thoughts on “Get Out of Your Head

  1. says:

    I wanted to really like this book The premise resonated with me However in the end it wasn't what I was expecting While the author acknowledges at one point about differing personalities she being an enneagram 7 and her sister being a 6 and introvert v extrovert it feels like the suggestions offered are of the one size fits all variety I also had a tough time following the organization of the book this could be due to the e book f

  2. says:

    I really REALLY tried to finish this book and I did make it 23 of the way Local friends chose it for book club and met week

  3. says:

    This book was even better than I thought I have read a lot on neuroscience and a lot on neuroscience combined with scripture But I really found helpful the lies or negative thoughts she would state and the truths and ways to turn the downward spirals around Even if you are not someone depressed or anxious there are other big thoughts in this book that will bring conviction with hope and a roadmap to change I’ve enjoyed listening to the

  4. says:

    I really wanted to like this book but it didn’t live up to my expectations I appreciate Jennie being open about her own struggles with doubt but I found the book to be repetitive and fluffy There were pieces of practical advice sprinkled throughout the book but nothing that we haven’t already heard If you’

  5. says:

    I personally found this book incredibly helpful in identifying the root cause of a lot of my unhappiness and lack of fulfillment Thoughts are mighty powerful things and they are treated as such in this book I especially related to chapter 11 but every chapter tackles a necessary area to reframe our thoughts and behavior ar

  6. says:

    SO GOOD Probably will be the best book I read all year It was exactly what I needed to hear so practical and real and Scripture centric Would recommend to everyone and will definitely be rereading it myself

  7. says:

    Perhaps the worst book I’ve ever tried to read I tried really hard to finish this but might be my first DNF It’s illogical and extremely poorly written If you’re a white Christian American woman I’m not I suppose it offers some confirmation bias by very very poorly linking scripture with science I’m paraphrasing here but A

  8. says:

    This is a book that needed to be written I'm thrilled that Jennie took up this mantel for the Kingdom In the past I've felt chastised by Christian books that address negative thought life anxiety or depression It's obvious that neithe

  9. says:

    An important book Jennie Allen is vulnerable in her pursuit of showing us a path away from spiraling thoughts We have a choice I have a choice S

  10. says:

    I really struggled to read this book not because of the content matter but the informality of her voice It felt haphazardly put together It read like it was written by Dragon the speech to text recognition software Further as someone who has wrestled with doubt depression and intellectual spirals it was difficult to resonate with her energetic voice I never really feel like the answer is “this is not who you are”

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