Everyone should read this book. Learn how to develop safe relationships and avoid unsafe ones. Learn to be safe yourself and also to be a redemptive person. Really helpful!
I do prefer it tho when the others themselves read the book.
Excellent resource for relationship information, recognizing and admitting that we have given way too much control to toxic people surrounding us all.
I finally picked this one up after hearing a lot of great things about it. While it does touch on good points, the chapters get so repetitive. Had this been communicated more concisely and come across less tediously, it would have recieved a higher score in my book.
Dick Fredrick did a great job of reading this book. The stories and subject matter are discussed in a is comprehensive way. At some point you may wonder if you are a safe person.
This book had me so depressed, halfway through I had to go listen to Wayne Dyer's books for inspiration and to pull me out of my funk! In addition, the narrator came across as condescending and patronizing.
I think the overall theme is good, and it's a Christian based book, however, it is full of a lot of stories..and ultimately it wasn't quite what I was looking for. I would prefer more principles than stories.
The narration was fine, but the information in the book was spotty at best, dangerous at worst. In a book about "safe people" I expected the authors to discuss in at least some depth the dynamics of dangerously abusive relationships (domestic abuse, etc.). The book was startlingly shallow in respect to serious emotional/psychological abuse. I hoped for much better from Cloud & Townsend.
It is intended for religious people, many references to the bible. This should have been clearly noted in the book description.
not at all
it was the just the content
n/a i didn't listen but to a few minutes of it