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Sunday, December 07, 2008

Win a copy of Breaking Everyday Addictions by Dr. David Hawkins (non-fiction)

Got an addiction? Just about everyone has something they have difficulty giving up. This book may be just what you need to cross over to from helpless to hopeful. (I just made that up. Didn't it sound good?) Anyway, to win a copy of this book just post a comment. No need to name any specific addictions, but if you want to, here is mine. You don't have to twist my arm for me to confess that I'm addicted to Starbucks. (I feel better now having gotten that off my chest.)

I will pick a winner on Wednesday. Best wishes to you and have fun commenting. Just make sure to leave a way for me to contact you if you win. And please...don't send me a Starbucks gift card for Christmas. :)

About the book:

Addiction is a rapidly growing problem among Christians and non-Christians alike. Even socially acceptable behaviors, such as shopping, eating, working, playing, and exercising, can quietly take over. Clinical psychologist David Hawkins breaks the silence with this enlightening expose of the addictions that control people every day. It's loaded with practical information that will help readers...

recognize and talk about addiction in their own life or family

understand how people become addicted and what can happen when they do

break the addictive cycle of thoughts and behaviors

create a healthier lifestyle based on scriptural principles

build a community of support

Virtually everyone is addicted to something or affected by a loved one who is. Many people who appear to live freely are secretly controlled by their compulsion. Breaking Everyday Addictions provides the tools they need to allow the healing power of Christ to permeate their lives.


lovedandamazed said...

This sounds like a really good book, both for putting it to use in my personal life and also because I love people and would probably gain insights in relating to them. I do have one addiction that I have been trying to break for a while. I'm trying to memorize Scriptures to help me, but any additional pointers would be great. Thank you!


Sandy said...

boy would I love to read this, I admit I have a few bad addictions- not smoking but know they are addicting and need to change it- just hard

Anonymous said...

wow this book was meant for my hubby! he needs to kick the smoking habit and fast! would be a good book for him to read! Percy

Marla said...

I could really use this book, for myself and my fiance, who I believe has a drinking problem. Thank you for the entry.

Abi said...


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Debra Ullrick said...

Boy, howdy, if anyone needs this book, it's me. Add my name to the drawing.

Thank you.
Debra Ullrick
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Lori said...

I would love to have a copy of this. Yes, I do have an addiction. Please sign me up.

Michelle Sutton said...

The winner is...


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