Monday, June 4, 2012

Constantly Craving

Constantly Craving: How to Make Sense of Always Wanting More


This is not about food cravings or a self-help book to stop some kind of addiction.

    Constantly Craving is about our innate human craving for more in love, home, peace, time, purpose in life, friends, even revenge and others.  Here Marilyn Meberg will help us understand that we will only attain complete satisfaction and contentedness in God.   

The need for more is part of our existence.   When we were young, we want to be older, we have $10 we want $100.  People who are already at the top of their career still wants to go somewhere.   Happy people seems to still want more.   It just goes on and on. 

Marilyn Meberg is a 72 year old counselor who also speaks at Women of Faith. She will explain the reasons why we constantly crave for more.  She will share her personal and professional experiences and biblical scriptures to help us understand and manage our cravings.

I got this book free from Booksneeze in exchange for an honest review.

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