"e;Why did I say that? Why did I do that? Where on earth did those mean thoughts and motivations come from? I'm so glad no one can read my mind."e; We all get whiplashed and sometimes broadsided by the "e;dark"e; side of our nature, which produces thoughts and behaviors that cause us to feel ashamed. many of us deny that part of ourselves, and kick it off somewhere in the shadowy recesses of the heart, where we hope it will stay put, not cause us any more trouble, and hopefully not be noticed.
In "e;The Zippered Heart,"e; Marilyn does a gentle exploration of those secrets and issues which, if denied, can rob us of the abundant life we are promised in Christ. God means for us to be whole. This book is an encouragement in that process.
"e;This book will change lives, because it requires that we look precisely at both the dark and the light sides of ourselves. Then it brings an overflowing grace and forgiveness. As a psychologist with thirty-five years of clinical experience, I can say that this is one of the best books I have read."e; ?Neil Clark Warren, author of "e;Finding the Love of Your Life"e;
"e;Step into liberty through the rapscallion brilliance of Marilyn Meberg."e; ?Patsy Clairmont, author of "e;Mending Your Heart in a Broken World"e;
"e;For thirty years Marilyn's compassionate exploration of the human heart has amazed me. Now, with skill and tenderness she opens that heart for all of us to see how fearfully and wonderfully we are made."e; ?Luci Swindoll, author, speaker, Women of Faith
"e;"e;The Zippered Heart"e; is a perceptive and sensitive examination of the 'war within' between our two natures."e; ?Archibald D. Hart, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary