02 October 2018

Relatable, Interesting & Thought-Provoking | Silencing Insecurity: Believing God's Truth About You by Donna Gibbs


Insecurity is easily the most pervasive struggle of women in America today. We have more ways than ever to compare ourselves to others--who are all prettier, thinner, smarter, more successful, and more put together than we are--and our sense of self-worth takes a serious beating on an almost daily basis. We're tired of simply commiserating with writers and bloggers who share their own struggles--we want real, workable solutions about how to find peace with ourselves.

This is what professional Christian counselor Donna Gibbs gives women with Silencing Insecurity. Drawing from her twenty years of experience counseling women, she exposes the many lies that produce insecurities in us starting from a young age, the result of letting those insecurities get the best of us, and, most importantly, the way out of insecurity--for good. Anyone who is tired of letting insecurity snatch away the joy from her life will welcome this practical and freeing book.

Publisher: Revell
Release Date: September 18, 2018


Oof, insecurity. It is one of those struggles that seems to keep coming back and making life difficult. But in her book Silencing Insecurity: Believing God’s Truth About You, Donna Gibbs offers hope that it can be overcome.

As a professional Christian counselor, Gibbs has accumulated a wealth of insight regarding insecurity. With this as her basis, she outlines in Silencing Insecurity the roots to insecurity, the problems it causes, the freedom that can be found, and so much more. This exploration of the aspects of insecurity incorporates a biblical perspective, as well as real-life experiences and questions on which to think.

While all the information that Gibbs presents was not necessarily new to me, I still found her presentation and consideration in Silencing Insecurity to be refreshing. It is definitely a relatable, interesting, thought-provoking read.

Thanks to Revell Reads, I received a complimentary copy of Silencing Insecurity and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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