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Me, Myself, and Lies: What to Say When You Talk to Yourself Paperback – May 1, 2017
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Jennifer Rothschild has written 14 books, including the bestseller Lessons I Learned in the Dark. She’s been featured on Good Morning America and Dr. Phil and is the founder of Fresh Grounded Faith events. Jennifer became blind at age 15 and now helps others live beyond limits.
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I loved this book and I know the Lord led me to read it at exactly the right time. I don’t think there was one page that I didn’t highlight! It is full of wisdom, hope, practical tips, and applications that the reader can implement in their lives to start taking action today! It is essential that we stop the negative self-talk, it is so damaging and cumulative.
Jennifer sprinkles the pages with humor, hope, insight, life examples, biblical verses and truths. I love that she shares a peek into not only her own thought closet but also some wonderful Christian authors, singers, and speakers; Laura Story, Lysa Terkeurst, Chonda Pierce, Kathy Trocolli, Margaret Feinberg, Meredith Andrews, Liz Curtis Higgs, Stormie O’Martian, and Lisa Whelchel’s. I loved getting a glimpse into their thought closets and the wisdom they shared. It made me realize that even the people that we think have it all figured out, can have the same struggles and deal with the same propensity with negative self-talk.
These are a few of my many favorite quotes from “Me, Myself, and Lies”
“Hope is a choice. It might have feelings that accompany it, but hope is not a feeling. It’s more. It’s certain. It’s a decision that allows us to be steady and sure. It anchors us to something greater than ourselves and has great influence over how you feel when things get difficult.” Jennifer Rothschild
“When you are confronted with a circumstance that challenges you, you have two choices. You can say to your soul, Soul, you might as well get depressed, fall into despair, and lose heart. Or you can say to your soul, Soul, you might as well have hope, believe in something good happening, and place your expectation in the goodness of God.” Jennifer Rothschild
“When we place our trust in Christ, when we have faith in Him, He gives us the gift of His Spirit to help us in this life. The Spirit fulfills several roles for us, and as we rely on Him rather than ourselves only, we are better equipped to speak healthy, truthful soul talk-and to keep the thought closet tidy!” Jennifer Rothschild
Jennifer Rothschild writes from the heart and soul. Her words are faith-filled and inspirational. I am confident that the readers reading this book will walk away with a healthy, faith-filled perspective and be more mindful of what they are saying to and about themselves, as I am now. I love that Jennifer also wrote a version for teenagers, because they are inundated with false messages and perceptions.
“Me, Myself, and Lies truly blessed me. I love Jennifer’s writing style, it was smooth flowing and filled with hope. She shares her own life stories in an authentic, relatable, and honest way. I will be rereading it and using the countless cornerstones, processes, and examples used in the book in my own life. I am going to purposefully revamp my thought closet, ridding it of offensive messages and fill it with soulful, purposeful, God given thoughts and truths. I am sure there is a learning curve but I am committing to it.
I hope you consider buying a copy for yourself. I feel the message is so urgently needed because I think we all struggle with negative self-talk. I believe we could all use a little revamping in our present thought closets.