Released: March 13, 2012
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Rating: 1 Star
Summary from goodreads.com
Our cravings are written into our DNA. They’re influenced by our childhood experiences. They’re driving the choices we make as adults. And often, they’re keeping us hungry. Never satisfied. Ever searching.
What do they mean? What are we to do with them? Should we feel guilty? Are there solutions?
Counselor and author Marilyn Meberg knows all about cravings. She also knows the One who knit us together, desires and all. With wit and compassion, Marilyn helps us understand our appetites, offers advice for managing them here on earth, and encourages us to eagerly await the day when we will find total satisfaction in heaven.
In the meantime, Constantly Craving is an excellent reminder that our desires for more can lead us to the One we really need, the only One who will quench our thirst forever. Really? Really!
It should not take me a month to read a book. But, it did and I’m still not through reading it. I have decided to put this book back on the shelf and to try again at a later date. I found the book was at the “you’re almost there stage, but it never got there. It left me “craving “ for more. As a young adult I did not relate well to it and that also made it hard for me to push through and continue to read. I also found it slow with little and I don’t like slow beginning books.
Based on my system I will rate this a 1, but hopefully I can change it when I reread.
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