- Publisher Helps readers achieve emotional wholeness by building strong, healthy relationships based on an understanding of God's love.
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About "Unbreakable Bonds"
People long to be loved and involved in healthy relationships, and for good reason: Medical research shows that those who love and feel loved by God, family, and a few peers are the happiest people in the world. Yet, despite the deluge of self-help books on spiritual awareness and self-esteem, many Christians struggle to find joy and solid relationships.In Unbreakable Bonds, Dr. Paul Meier and his daughter, psychologist Dr. Cheryl Meier, show how genuine happiness comes about when people develop healthy relationships, and they offer practical ways to connect with the self and with others. The Meiers explain how depression and addictive behaviors are often rooted in a disconnection with God, sharing examples from their own lives and their counseling ministries. They equip readers with twelve ways to develop lasting relationships, dividing the process into four steps: direction, detection, connection, and perfection.Through this insightful book, men and women longing for something more
Helps readers achieve emotional wholeness by building strong, healthy relationships based on an understanding of God's love.
Meet the Authors
Paul Meier is a psychiatrist and founder of the Meier Clinics, a national chain of counselling facilities in the US. He has authored and coauthored more than 70 books, including Love Is a Choice, Happiness Is a Choice and Blue Genes. He has hosted a live talk program for 20yrs and is a frequent guest on numerous radio and television programs including the Oprey Winfrey Show and Joyce Meyer's Enjoying Everday Life. Meier is the co-founder and medical director of the new Live Clinics.
Meier received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology. She is the clinical director of the San Juan Capistrano Meier New Life Clinic in southern California and the cohost of two radio shows that focus on educating the public on psychological topics.