The She's Got Issues set by Nicole Unice sparked my interest when I first heard about it. I received the book, started reading, and shortly afterwards lost interest. While I'm sure some of the topics are helpful to other women, they didn't at all pertain to me and I couldn't relate to the book in any way. This is not a bad thing though, it's all part of God's grand design, none of us are alike. This may be a perfect book for you and a great series for a group of women at your church to study together. Just because it didn't vibe with me doesn't mean it won't with you.
About the book:
The everyday stuff that drives you crazy is about to transform your life.
Some days living up to the whole good-Christian thing seems impossible. You do the right things (well, most of the time), and on the surface you look pretty good. But you just don't feel changed by your faith. Deep down, like all of us, you're still dealing with some of the same old stuff that has been around since middle school...the everyday issues that steal your joy and keep you from living a fulfilled, abundant, and fearless life.
In She's Got Issues, Christian counselor, ministry leader, and regular mom Nicole Unice explores five (and a half) everyday issues that can hold you back from living free and loving well: control, insecurity, comparison, fear, and anger (along with its cousin, unforgiveness.)
The good news? You don't have to "fix" yourself. You have access to the power of Christ. His power can transform your everyday weaknesses into your greatest strengths and gifts. Join Nicole on a new journey of learning to better understand yourself and others by exploring how these issues affect us...and why we don't have to settle for letting them win.
This book provided by Tyndale.