Changes That Heal

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4 out of 5 stars
By T. McCauley on 25-05-07

Good Listen

I liked this book. It offered several options for digging deeper into possible problems one may be dealing with. I wish it would have covered all the detail Dr. Cloud would mention.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mark Pedicone on 02-09-03

A truly worthy book.

You can't go wrong with this title. You'll want to hear it over and over again. Best bang for the buck that I've found so far.

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17 of 22 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Andrea on 07-08-18

Explains Roadblocks in Christian Life

This book helped to describe and give words to some inexplicable roadblocks I've encountered in my own Christian Life. I imagine others have struggled with some of these things as well, to varying degrees depending on upbringing.

In brief, Dr. Cloud outlines 4 steps that we all must experience in psychological and emotional development:
1. Bonding
2. Boundaries
3. Sorting out Good + Bad
4. Achieving Adulthood

It only takes a couple of hours to listen to the entire audiobook and it's certainly worthwhile.

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4 out of 5 stars
By allison rowe on 17-05-18

Great information

I enjoyed this book. Sometimes however, I felt that Dr. Cloud touched on a topic and quickly moved on to the next one without much detail on HOW to really address that topic as it manifests in our lives. Perhaps I’ll listen to the 10 hour version of the book next.

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5 out of 5 stars
By phillip davenport on 04-09-17

a great resource for a better you

listen a lot and live new journey on the way to recovery. both ways of audio and Kindle are great

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5 out of 5 stars
By eric kristensson on 22-02-16

Glad the author read this...

The professional, polished voices on e. g. the unabridged version of this same book, are never as effective for me than the natural approach of having an author read his own words. What-don't they have time to read their own books? Please more like this...

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