I’m excited to offer my new sampler of my upcoming book STUCK…how to mend and move on from broken relationships. I’ll tell you how to get it in a minute.
I made the mistake of thinking that I could easily turn a curriculum of mine on forgiveness into a book. Well…I could have but then I came up with the idea of using being “stuck” as a metaphor for how it feels to be in a broken relationship. So I rewrote the entire book with that theme it mind.
Plus I added a number of real life stories. STUCK is a hands on guide to help you understand what causes relationships to break down and then how to get them moving again. It’s also very realistic. There are times when relationships can’t be restored. I address that as well with practical steps.
It’s a spiritual book. I just don’t see how people can navigate broken relationships without the wisdom and strength of God. So I don’t shy away from quoting the Bible and talking about how God can help you through your mess. But I always write with the non-believer in mind. So even if you don’t buy the God “thing” or the Bible, the principles make sense and offer solid wisdom.
The book is due to release the week before Christmas. At the back of the sampler I give a special offer:
If you are one of the first 50 people to read and review the book (on amazon.com and your blog or Facebook) I’ll give you the links to my four-hour seminar/audio book that is the basis for the book STUCK.
More details are at the back of the sampler. If possible, we’ll make the book available for sale early to these 50 people so the reviews will be ready on amazon.com on Day One.
To get the STUCK Sampler do the following:
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I’m looking forward to dialoguing with everyone about the book. Broken relationships often consume us. Wouldn’t it be great if we could work on them together?