Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Breaking Toxic Soul Ties by Tom Brown Blog Tour

About the Book

Title: Breaking Toxic Soul Ties: Healing from Unhealthy and Controlling Relationships  
Author: Tom Brown  
Genre: Non-fiction, relationships  
Release Date: January 9, 2018

Going through this world in relationship with other people inevitably creates connections in our inner being called soul ties. When these relationships are loving, supportive, and nurturing, positive soul ties are created. But if the relationships become abusive or manipulative, or cause rejection, they can create a toxic brokenness within the soul that we carry with us, even long after the relationship ends. If these toxic inner soul ties are not broken, we will experience failure, fractured relationships, and even health problems throughout life. In Breaking Toxic Soul Ties, Tom Brown describes his own story of rejection and the process of inner healing he experienced. He helps you to identify and diagnose toxic relationships as he breaks down the difference between positive and negative soul ties. He also shows why toxic soul ties develop and how they can only be broken by a process of inner healing through confession, forgiveness, and prayer. The truth is, unless your self-image is firmly rooted in the truth of your identity in Christ, you will always be susceptible to bad soul ties. Tom Brown describes the way for you to move forward in life and leave pain and brokenness behind for good!

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My review

This book is filled with spiritual insights. Brown draws on Scripture and personal stories to help readers identify toxic relationships, understand why they are drawn to them, and ultimately be healed from the experiences.

I have read a few books on this topic and this one is right up there at the top. It is written in a way that is easy to understand and has biblical information I've never read before. For example, David might have been an illegitimate son of Jesse. That would explain much of his behavior as well as some of Psalm 51. Brown has a good explanation of 1 John 2:2, that Jesus died for the effects of others' sin on us as believers. He has good insight on why, in the story of the woman caught in adultery, the man was not accused.

Brown also has many insights into why we behave as we do. I really appreciated his insights into the kinds of experiences we might have had that lead to our desiring harmful relationships. He helps readers identify the various forms of manipulation and how to recognize proper authority.

How to be healed from toxic relationships is also included in the book. I liked his teaching on inner healing. He has good information on dealing with feelings of guilt or rejection. And he ends his book with a very good section on establishing a proper self-image in Christ.

I recommend this book to those looking for a very understandable and practical book on toxic relationships. 

About the Author

Tom Brown is best known for his deliverance ministry. Millions have seen him on ABC’s 20/20, as well as on MSNBC and the History Channel. He is a noted conference speaker, prolific author, and committed pastor. His award-winning Internet site, www.tbm.org, reaches more than a million people a year. His books published by Whitaker House are Devil, Demons, and Spiritual Warfare; Breaking Curses, Experiencing Healing; Prayers That Get Results; and Spiritual Gifts for Spiritual Warfare. Tom is the founder and pastor of Word of Life Church in El Paso, Texas. You can find out more at https://tbm.org/

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I received a complimentary digital copy of this book through Celebrate Lit. My comments are an independent and honest review. The rest of the copy of this post was provided by Celebrate Lit.
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