Book Review: "I Quit" by Geri Scazzero with Peter Scazzero

by - Friday, October 22, 2010

Hello everyone! Today I am reviewing "I Quit: Stop Pretending Everything is Fine and Change Your Life," written by Geri Scazzero with her husband Peter Scazzero.
This book takes the phrase "I Quit" from a negative connotation and transforms it into a phrase of empowerment. This book addresses the many issues that cause emotional, mental, and spiritual turmoil within ourselves and limits our personal growth. The authors provide powerful insight into these areas of our lives and shows how we can overcome them to become the person God intends for us to be.

"I Quit" is for anyone who feels trapped in any aspect of their lives and has been reluctant to attempt change. However, I feel that women will relate to it more since the examples provided in the book are primarily from Geri's perspective and personal situations. As a wife and mother, Geri really touched on many issues that I personally am facing. It has opened my eyes to areas of my life that I can and need to address, overcome and grow upon. It is a pleasure to read and is truly a learning experience.
DISCLOSURE: A copy of this book has been provided from Zondervan without charge. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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