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Women At War: Declaring a Cease-Fire on Toxic Female Relationships

by Jan Greenwood

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While I was very excited to dive into this book the moment it arrived on my front porch I must admit I felt slightly disappointed by the end of it. I felt the subject had so much potential and would be able to delve into the psychology behind these toxic relationships rather than simply talking about them. I also didn't realize that this was a Christian book, which offered something unique to the perspective that was shown. The chapters took a look at different kinds of toxic relationships and offered example throughout the bible as well as personal stories from the author. While I was hoping for more the main theme ended up being exactly what you would expect from a book like this and that is 'Change starts with You'. Since I finished this book I have been able to apply certain elements to my everyday life and have been able to open my heart more and more to the women around me. My only recommendation for those looking to read this is to go in understanding that the author is not a psychologist, she does not go into the reasoning women can be so hard to work with. Rather she goes into why need to love and forgive them. A good read but not quite what I was hoping for.
  SaraEllen | Oct 11, 2015 |
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