Women have a unique relationship with emotion. Many would say that emotion, and women's responses and reactions to it, is the greatest distinction between men and women. No matter how you try to define it-women tend to be more emotional than men.For many women, understanding their emotions and learning when and when not to let their emotional state dictate their actions is difficult.In A Woman and Her Emotions, Gayle Roper addresses the factors and situations that contribute to a woman's emotional stability. From hormonal changes to daily living patterns, she discusses ways to identify one's emotional responses and shares practical ideas for overcoming negative emotional reactions in one's behavior and attitude. Gayle also digs deeper to explore the motivations and unhealthy thinking that often affect a woman's emotions. With guidance and insight, she teaches the importance of committing all of oneself to Christ, including one's emotions, in order to achieve emotional consistency and discover the peace of discernment and emotional freedom.
Used availability for Gayle Roper's A Woman and Her Emotions
June 2007 : USA Paperback