Item description for Feeling Fooled: How to Stop Letting Your Negative Emotions Wreck Your Life by Orv Nease...
Overview Read of Solveig. Share in this Norwegian immigrant's true adventures and lifetime story. See how special an everyday common person's life can be when dedicated early and diligently to Jesus. With God, ordinary and painful days can be filled with extraordinary blessings and miracles. Placing full trust in her Lord, miraculous healings, visions, and angelic interventions interrupt and impact her life. Petitioning God, going through opened doors, and trusting completely in Him are rewarded. Solveig's life gives evidence of God's awareness of and faithfulness to all of His children. Written as a legacy to her grandchildren, Solveig recounts a confused and disappointing childhood; the traumatic Nazi Occupation of Norway; meeting and marrying Arne; immigrating to America; and seasons of family growth, trials, lack, and loss. The evidence of God's faithfulness to Solveig encourages others to choose and remain determined to follow God's paths for their lives.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.04" Width: 8.22" Height: 0.59" Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2001
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1931232288 ISBN13 9781931232289
Availability 147 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 17, 2017 09:11.
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More About Orv Nease
Nease is an experienced marriage and family therapist. He owns and operates Nese Counseling in Redlands, California.
Orv Nease currently resides in Redlands, in the state of California.
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Advice from a Master Counselor Feb 23, 2002
Well, I'll freely admit that I've known Orv Nease - or he's known me - since I was knee-high to - well, Orv Nease! Mr. Nease has been a teacher, administrator and counselor all his life. He speaks from heartfelt, highly-educated human and Christian principles. Yes, he's a counselor and therapist, but he is also a Christian, deep in a walk of faith. I can also say that "I read this book in manuscript," and it greatly benefited my own life and helped to guide me, as well as countless others.
Orv shared with me that he wasn't thrilled with the title. I would have said something like "Loving Intelligence," because that is the principle by which Orv counsels and helps people to guide their own lives. "Loving" is love in the Christian sense, agape. Intelligence is exactly what it says -- use your intelligence and intellect to guide you. Don't respond to your emotions without thinking first of your values and what is most important to you.
Orv Nease has not only been a bright, shining light of love and intelligence in my life, he has influenced my writing, as well as the welfare of my little girl and my family and friends. This is a brilliant, wonderful man. Maybe this advice seems like "common sense," just like somebody in need once said to me. But when was "common sense" ever not worthwhile? It is worthwhile. Please buy this book. It will help you to be a better, stronger parent, friend, life-partner, and person. It will help you at home and on the job. Five Stars - Plus. That's my recommendation.