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Introducing my new book …

June 14, 2024

Hi friend …  I wanted to be sure you were among the very first to know about my new book (drumroll please!)

I Want to Trust You, but I Don’t: Moving Forward When You’re Skeptical of Others, Afraid of What God Will Allow, and Doubtful of Your Own Discernment

Preorder now!

Most of us know the pain of relationships that suddenly become confusing, are hard, and cause us angst. We want the people we love and care about to always be there. But sometimes we walk through friendship breakups, betrayals by family members, or even a painful split from an organization we trusted. 

We hurt. We grieve. And we wonder why this happened. We may even wrestle with why God would allow such heartbreak.

Can you relate?

In the pages of this book, I will fully acknowledge how hard broken trust can be on your heart and mine. And I’ll also leave space for raw emotion that can so easily come to the surface when talking about events that you may be still processing. But, mostly, I want to gently pass along something I’ve learned that you can hang on to:

The trauma of having your trust broken by people you thought would never betray you is life-altering. But it doesn’t have to be life-ruining. 

In I Want to Trust You, but I Don’t, I will help you:

  • Understand what discernment is and how to better use it when you have concerns about whether someone is telling the truth.
  • Identify which of the eleven relational red flags are stirring up distrust, so you can pinpoint why you’re feeling uneasy.
  • Stop having more faith in your fears coming true than God coming through for you by asking crucial “what if” questions to better process your doubts.
  • Recognize when a fractured relationship can be repaired by considering a reasonable list of characteristics necessary for rebuilding trust.
  • Unpack the physical, emotional, and neurological impact of the betrayals you’ve experienced and start healing from the inside out.

For me personally, the road I’ve walked has not been easy. There has been lots of counseling. Internal work. Praying and seeking. Perspective shifts and healing. New hope. New discoveries. And finding a life that’s so different from what I thought my future would look like. But I’m finally realizing that different can be wildly beautiful, and I know the same is possible for you.

Preorder your copy, and we’ll send you 3 chapters so you can start reading right away!

Many blessings,

P.S. When you purchase your copy of I Want to Trust You, but I Don’t from the P31 Bookstore, you’ll receive the Proverbs 31 Ministries exclusive edition that includes a resource called “3 Steps To Release Skepticism and Try Trusting Again” you can’t get anywhere else. Copies are limited, so get yours today!

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