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5.0 out of 5 starsFantastic
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2015
I would highly recommend this book for anyone, relationships are hard. I seen myself in so many of the stories told and I am still in the midst of a abusive marriage with no way of escape, but I feel hope from the counsel given In this book. God has opened up to me and given me hope, it seems so vague but going into reading I had no hope or desire to go on another day so I feel extremely blessed. I hope and pray this author and his family continues to fight the good fight and that the Lord's blessings will continue on them for countless generations.I give it 5+..
I must admit that I listened to the majority of "Regret-Free Living", rather than actually read it. The concepts were very worthwhile, and I appreciated how the author dealt with relationships. His advice comes from his life as well as his counseling, and at some point I will try to actually read the book and recap what I listened to. I do love the Whispersync option, so I listened while I was driving, which enabled me to finish the book more quickly.
5.0 out of 5 starsCommon-sense counsel that results in healing and aids emotional reovery
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2010
If you need to forgive yourself for whatever, this book shows the way. Teaches self-respect and how to bounce back from unhealthy living patterns. Written with touches of humor that lighten what can be a heavy subject. Thought it was among the best of similar self-help books.
5.0 out of 5 starsFinally, the truth has been told!
Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2010
When I first saw the title, I knew this was a book that I definitely needed to purchase and read. It seems like my whole life lately has been centered around all the things in my past that I should have,could have and did not do. It is easy for people to say Let Go, Let God, but it never really seemed like it pertained to me. I saw myself as a failure because of all of the bad decisions or missed opportunities. First, it encouraged me that the author spoke from first hand experience and was truly able to relate to how I was feeling. I am not saying that I have "magically/miraculously" recovered, but it does reinforce the fact that I can and will start to see my life in a much better perspective. Thank you Mr. Arterburn for addressing a subject that many have such a very hard time bringing to the forefront.