Thursday, May 31, 2012

Break Through by Tim Clinton

When does true love give in? When does true love push back? Break Through by Dr. Tim Clinton and Pat Springle shows you how to love and how to set effective limits so that everybody wins.

Everyone has a relationship - whether it be with your spouse, your kids, friends or family.  Break Through discusses what is bad in a relationship, how to fix it or how to change it.  Tough love is hard.  It's easy to judge others in a bad relationship and yet not see what your  nose in spite of your face.  Break Through offers the tools to lead that healthier life as well as to find or rediscover your faith and your love for yourself.

Written in a format that is easy to read and understand, Break Through is engaging and what I would class a self-help book but could easily be used in a group setting.  Some of the verbiage at times is a little harder to follow, but with a bit of patience, I got to my destination.  A good read!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. This book is a game-changer for those who need help setting boundaries in their life. Some of us try to hard to control others; others of us allow ourselves to be manipulated, even bullied. This book addresses both these dysfunctions but offers real life examples of how to change. A quote from the book that I loved: “As we move toward healthier relationships, we’ll find ourselves developing a more secure relational style—learning how to identify and communicate thoughts, feelings, and opinions with confidence.” I want that, and this book is helping me to achieve it!


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