The Search for Significance
by Robert S. McGee This book is a must have for the Christian with a low self-worth. The authors describe four types of distorted thinking that contributes to a Christian's feeling of negative feel of self, which are: 1. Performance Trap
2. Approval Addict
3. Blame Game
4. Shame Thinking If you are looking for a good non-secular psychological self-help book, this book is definitely for you. It contains New Testament scriptures to help you on your way to a healthier, more fulfilling life in Christ. There's a few editions of this effective book, including a WORKBOOK that can be used in therapy or group settings (i.e. Fellowship groups).
Registered: December 2002 Location: DC metro area Posts: 1366
Review Date: Sat September 23, 2006
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| Rating: 9
The chart listing the four types of thinking!
I helped faciliate a teen group at a church using this workbook. The workbook exercises helped produce interesting discussion about applying Christian values to everyday teen struggles such as peer pressure. Addressing issues of self-worth and how it applies to Christianity is important because many Christians carry a lot of guilt and shame on their shoulders.This book helped me grow spiritually.