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Loveable Embracing What Is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life

By Kelly Flanagan
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.27 Stars

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On 6/8 Katie Adauto wrote: I have been following Dr. Flanagan's blog for about a year and was pleased to hear that he had written a book and made sure I had time to read it. I loved the concepts in the book - taking the time to really understand yourself, your own worth and I loved the notes to his children that he put in the ... Loveable {Review}

Katie Adauto's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/17 LarryKozlof wrote: Author Kelly Flanagan brings readers on a journey to answer three questions in their lives: Am I enough? How do I become unlovely? Do I matter? Three questions that all humans will face at some point in their lives. In 'Loveable' Flanagan exposes areas of our lives that need to be dealt with to discover ... Book Review: Loveable

LarryKozlof's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/11 Nathan Albright wrote: I must admit, I thought much higher of this book than might be the case in less skillful hands. As I read this book, I pondered how the author's perspective as a Christian therapist would make this end up, since it is fairly easy to imagine how a book could end up having the worst of psychobabble and ... Book Review: Loveable

Nathan's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/5 Madison Loveday wrote: Before reading Loveable, I was not familiar with Dr. Flanagan. He is a psychologist, blogger, husband, father and has appeared on the Today Show for writing a letter to his daughter that went viral. I enjoyed this book. His book is different to read and I learned new things through his writings. I also ... Loveable by Kelly Flanagan – Review

Madison's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/4 Via Bella wrote: In being separated, your heart gets taken out and hurt in so many ways. It can rock you to your core to say the least. So when I saw this as part of the book description, I know I had to review it:"In Loveable, Flanagan answers three fundamental human questions: Am I enough? How do I become unlonely? ... Loveable

Via Bella's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/4 Leslie McKee wrote: While this book wasn't quite what I was expecting, it still have a meaningful message: You are enough. You are worthy. You are loveable. (And this is a message for everyone, as we are all broken but loveable.) The book is divided into three parts: Worthiness, Belonging, and Purpose. Each section includes ... "Loveable" by Kelly Flanagan

Leslie's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/3 MilkDonorMama wrote: Loveable: Embracing What Is Truest About You, So You Can Truley Embrace Your Live is written by Kelly Flanagan. This book goes into the reasons why people feel unloved, alone and unimportant. Like many a psychologist, he believes that most of these feelings grow out of adverse childhood experiences.This ... Book Review: Loveable

MilkDonorMama's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/2 The Little Sprouts wrote: "Loveable - Embracing what is truest about you, so you can truly embrace your life"When I got this book, I was expecting a bunch of the same ole same ole cliche's that everyone throws around. I wasn't expecting deep. But, I was wrong - very wrong. Deep is just what I got. I need to go back and read the ... Loveable - A book Review

The Little Sprouts' Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/28 Teadrinker wrote: I don't know you, but I imagine you aren't much different than I am. I know I have struggled to feel like I am enough and like I matter, or what I do matters, on many days. Dr. Kelly Flanagan helps us take our lack, look at it, and then turn it aroundinto thoughts that encourage help us see that we are ... Loveable by Kelly Flanagan

Teadrinker's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/14 Mark Wheeler wrote: What if you feel you are not enough—not smart enough, not attractive enough, not tall enough, not successful enough, not popular enough, not influential enough, not powerful enough, not strong enough, not anything enough? How do you deal with the problem of shame? Psychologist and author Kelly Flanagan ... Overcoming Shame

Mark's Rating:

3 Stars