Teresa Shields Parker knows what it's like to be super morbidly obese. Once weighing 430 pounds, she's been through every magic fix imaginable. The thing she found that worked, really worked, was a key she had available to her all along.
After years of praying about her difficulties, she finally realized she had to make a bold decision to change her life. She knew she was addicted processed sugar and flour because she craved them day and night. She felt she could not live without them. With God's help, she gave up what she craved and began walking choice by choice into freedom.
Sweet Grace chronicles her journey from childhood through adulthood. You will identify with many parts of the book.
Sweet Grace will challenge you. It may shock you at times. You may shed a tear. But one thing is sure, you will never again be able to say you don't know what to do to become healthy. It is possible to overcome food cravings and live free and healthy.
If you are ready, really ready, to change your life. If you really want to lose weight and live free and healthy, I dare you to read this book. You'll be glad you did.
Includes FREE downloadable study guide and photo section at http://teresashieldsparker.com/guide/
©2013 Teresa Shields Parker (P)2013 Teresa Shields Parker
I would recommend this book to ANYBODY who struggles with sugar and or alcohol, or know somebody who does.
The author tells her real experiences in giving up sugar. She was all the way up to 430 pounds. This book really speaks to me, and motivates me to do what I need to do in order to live a complete life.
She reads the story so well. Excellent performance!!
Yes!! And then I want to listen again and again.
Get this book!!!!!
I really enjoyed this book. It helped me to learn alot about myself. I think this book is geared towards people who are extremely overweight like Teresa used to be. Well I am not. I am 5'4" 26 yrs old and weigh just under 150 pounds. I am about 20 pounds heavier now than I was before I had my son. This book helped me to realize that I do have an addiction to sugar and that I can overcome it. Even though I am not in a life threatening situation right now, I know I can get into that situation pretty easily by continuing down this path. I learned that leaning on God is going to be the only way that I can do this. There is just so much I learned from this book. What I want people to know is that you can read this book no matter how much you weigh and you will learn about God's love and Grace and how to overcome an addiction to sugar.
Although it was sincere and I could relate to many of her struggles, I was very put off by the constant references to Christianity.It's not that I was totally surprised at references to God as it's in the title, but rather that I felt bombarded and it became distracting. I wish I had known the heavy religious emphasis as I would not have purchased the book. If you are comfortable with a very faith based book then you will likely find it a more comfortable experience.
It did sound like the author was telling her story although it was through another person/narrator.
Somewhat. But not really a new message.
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