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No More Faking Fine

No More Faking Fine Ending the Pretending

By Esther Fleece
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.62 Stars

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On 5/6 Martha Artyomenko wrote: If I had to list one book that touched me more than any other book this year, it would be this one hands down. In this book, Ms. Fleece does not pull any punches. She does not tell you that life is going to go well and God has you in the palm of His hand, which means things will be easy. Instead, she ... No More Faking Fine

Martha's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/17 Kris Bush wrote: She hits raw parts, the vulnerable parts that I dare not show to the outside world of how things can look fine and not really be fine. The book starts off with Esther's life story, helping the reader to get some context for what she states and how raw she really is in sharing that you don't need to ... No More Faking Fine

Kris Bush's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/11 MommyBugg wrote: If I am completely transparent right now, my heart is not in the best of health. I have allowed myself for a long time to think on things that are better left to rest. I have allowed my mind to wander; instead of focusing on the things which are before me, things which God has so blessed me with even ... No more Faking

MommyBugg's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/3 ronjaon wrote: In No More Faking Fine, Esther Fleece explains the meaning of lamenting and why our souls need these words of lament. Hardships and pain are part of this life. Yet often when we are walking through a hard season, we fake we are fine instead of letting others see our pain and brokenness. No More Faking ... No More Faking Fine by Esther Fleece

ronjaon's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/2 Dowie wrote: No More Faking FineEnding the PretendingBy Esther FleecePublished by ZondervanIf you’ve ever been given empty clichés during challenging times, you know how painful it can feel to be misunderstood by well-meaning people. Far too often, it seems the response we get to our hurt and disappointment is ... No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending By Esther Fleece

Dowie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/31 sherri wrote: This was one of those books that got better the further I got into it. The first part of the book is the author's story: her difficult childhood as her parents divorced, her teenage years as her mother began to hate her, and her young adult life as her biological father (and convicted criminal) stalked ... No More Faking Fine Book Review

sherri's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/23 Angela Parsley wrote: Lament. It is an important concept that the Christian needs to understand. Esther Fleece explains it well in this title. She uses her wealth of personal stories to practically explain what the art of lament looks like. She has lived a hard story but her dependence and love for the Lord is encouraging ... Book Review: No More Faking Fine by Fleece

Angela's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/20 Bethany Grove wrote: We all know the drill. When you get asked how you are doing the common answer is, "I'm fine." Our society has become numb to the feelings of others and a current problem in the church, while not in all churches, is that we don't want to address anyone else's lamenting. In No More Faking Fine Esther ... No More Faking Fine by Esther Fleece

Bethany Grove's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/15 Kim Wells wrote: Many of us wonder while in difficult circumstances or trying times what the purpose is – as in, why we are experiencing what we are experiencing. I can imagine that Esther Fleece wondered that many, many times. I’m not certain that we ever get a full understanding of the why of our circumstances. ... A powerful book on lament and forgiveness

Kim's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/4 Katy Sauer wrote: The only way I can explain how much I appreciated this book is by declaring that it has a permanent place on my bookshelf. It’s also on my very short list of books that I will reread, probably multiple times. First, I picked this book because I’ve been actively trying to read more nonfiction, specifically ... Review: No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending by Esther Fleece

Katy Sauer's Rating:

5 Stars