But How Can I?
Improving Your Christian Attitude So You Can:
- Have A Better Self Image
- Overcome Depression and Worry
- Be More Grateful
- and More!
Almost all recent surveys of American women indicate that poor self esteem is at the heart of many of their deepest struggles. Depression, resentment, worry, jealousy, and anger are often rooted in a poor self image. But how do you overcome a poor self image? Plastic surgery? Change of spouse? More possessions? The answer is found instead in God's Word.
These two popular teachers, Charlotte Mize and Doris Black, combine their talents to help women discover God's way to better self esteem. This material has been successfully presented in classrooms and seminars around the country and has proven to have a timeless appeal. Specific and practical steps are given for overcoming eleven of the most difficult emotional and attitudinal problems which grow out of a poor self image.
Anyone interested is serious self-improvement will benefit greatly from this study.
- Chapter 1: Anger
- Chapter 2: Resentment and Bitterness
- Chapter 3: Fear and Worry
- Chapter 4: Depression
- Chapter 5: Pride
- Chapter 6: Jealousy, Envy and Coveteousness
- Chapter 7: A Rebellious Heart
- Chapter 8: Self-image I
- Chapter 9: Self-image II
- Chapter 10: Sins of the Tongue
- Chapter 11: Blame-shifting
- Chapter 12: Selfishness
- Chapter 13: You Can Do It