Freedom from the Imposters That Keep You from True Peace, Purpose and Passion
by Scott, Robia
Pub Date 06 Sep 2016
I was given a copy of Counterfeit Comforts through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:
This book points out and very aptly so that though people (in general) have no issues with people talking about Budda, about witchcraft or Kabala when you star to talk about Jesus many begin to squirm.
From the time the author was seven, food was a problem even then she could tell the exact number of Calories in a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. And quickly she began to use her food issues to deal with emotional issues. This is just one of many of what the author calls Counterfeit Comforts.
The author points out too that feelings themselves are not sinful, it’s what we do with them that causes the problem.
I give Counterfeit Comforts five out of five stars