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30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (English Edition)
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30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Deborah Smith Pegues

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References to God, the Supreme Commander, aside, this is a much needed lesson on how to rein in the harmful ways we speak to each other. The author lists 30 types of verbal transgressions and recommends that we eliminate one per day for 30 days. Half-truths, argumentative language, gossiping, slander, belittling, self-absorbed or doubting words, rude or cynical talk, and intimidation are just some of the verbal transgressions described. The biblical passages she uses are instructive in illustrating the common decency in her ideas. Kiersten Kingsley narrates the program with tact and clarity. Her depth will speak to a wide range of listeners, and she adds charm to this important lesson. T.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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Who hasn’t struggled at times with foot–in–mouth disease? Certified behavioral consultant Deborah Pegues knows how easily a slip of the tongue can cause problems in personal and in business relationships. That is why she has put together a 30–day devotional to help readers tame that unruly member and turn it into an asset.

Readers will learn to

  • stop saying the wrong thing at the wrong time in the wrong way
  • learn to use words that build others up
  • avoid the pitfalls and consequences of lies, flattery, and exaggerations

Short stories, anecdotes, soul–searching questions, and scripturally based personal affirmations combine to make each chapter tongue–and–life–changing.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 taming book on target 23 mars 2006
Par L. Mitchell - Publié sur
This is book is a great read. Quick and easy with relevant issues on the ways remarks and conversations can be improved in our daily lives with a Christ-like focus and effort. It's a pretty awakening text with a checklist and appendix in the back to help you in the behaviour changes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AWESOME! 8 février 2007
Par EJ18 - Publié sur
I have struggled with taming my tongue, for years. This book was a great find! I read a chapter every night before bed, and focus on that chapter the next day. Each chapter builds off the previous ones in a very helpful way.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Changed My Life 25 avril 2012
Par rlwn1 - Publié sur
Years ago this book made a huge impact on me. I don't have a religious background and the concept of taming my tongue was foreign. I had a Christian coworker that shared ideas on book reads and he suggested this one. Thankfully I bought it. Before reading it I thought I was good at monitoring what I said. I had many misunderstandings as to what that actually meant. Deborah Pegues outlines 30 ways that we can hurt others and ourselves by not choosing what we say carefully. When I finished reading this I realized that I'd been practicing up to 15 of the 30 tongue violations. Since then I've tried to follow the suggestions made and have witnessed an improvement in my relationships. Recently I have had several coworkers comment that they consider me trustworthy. Also, two weeks ago my boss thanked me for not causing problems at work unlike many others I am around. I believe I am now a better person and friend and attribute most of my improvement to this book. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a clear definition of what EXACTLY taming the tongue is and how to apply that knowledge to their daily lives.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Relevant 10 septembre 2006
Par E - Publié sur
Though this book is based on Christian principles, I believe even non-religious people will find it helpful and relevant.

After all, this book isn't a Bible-thumping denunciation of everything non-Christian. Nor is it steeped in stereotypical "holier-than-thou" Christian morality. Rather, it's about self-awareness and consideration for others. It's about how cutting out negative speech has the potential of enhancing your life and the lives of those around you. I think those things never hurt anyone, regardless of religious affiliation.

Thus, I highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever been the giver or receiver of hurtful comments and is looking for practical solutions to this age-old problem - taming the tongue.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Right on time 1 septembre 2008
Par M. Jackson - Publié sur
This book put a lot of things in my life into perspective. After reading it once and then revisiting chapters that were particular to a situation at a time, I would first think about what would come out of my mouth. No one can change over night but it gives you something to strive for.
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