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Book Review – Relational Reset

Relational Reset

by Dr. Laurel Shaler

From the author of “Reclaiming Sanity: Hope and Healing for Trauma, Stress, and Overwhelming Life Events” comes this Selah Award Finalist on a topic everyone can relate to: Relationships. So, are your relationships all that you want them to be?

Despite our best intentions, we all have blind spots–bad relational habits that are keeping us from enjoying our relationships fully. And since relationships stand at the center of all we are and all we do, if we can learn to do relationships better, every aspect of our lives improves. Whether you struggle to overcome past wounds, insecurity, blame, or envy, it’s time to reflect on your relational habits and reset them so that your relationships can be all you want them to be. 

An experienced counselor and professor,  Dr. Laurel Shaler is passionate about helping women thrive in all of their relationships. Relational Reset will reveal unhealthy patterns that may be holding you back, give you practical steps for improving your relationships, and help you find your ultimate security and identity in Jesus Christ. When you reset your relationships, you honor God, yourself, and the ones you love. 

What are you waiting for? Get started today.

My Thoughts

This book is helpful for anyone. Well, that is, any normal human who struggles with relationships.

This book gives many helpful tips to learn how to resolve negative thinking patterns, relationship difficulties, and more.

Stories are interspersed with wisdom and other practical teaching.

What I appreciate most about this book is how the author constantly points us back to Jesus and the Bible.

I think, if we are willing to admit it, all of us struggle with insecurities of one sort or another. Knowing practical ways of turning to the Healer to deal with these difficult issues is such a valuable tool to have.

I recommend this book to anyone looking to become the person God wants them to be.

Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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