Review: Break Through by Dr. Tim Clinton

By Nate LaClaire —  June 20, 2012 — 2 Comments

By the time you’re finished with this book…you’ll not only recognize love for all that it is, but break through the fog of your relationships into the light of an amazing new day for you and for those you love the most.

Thus ends the introduction to Dr. Tim Clinton and Pat Springle’s new book, Break Through: When to Give In, How to Push Back. A lofty promise indeed, but one upon which Clinton and Springle deliver.

In the book, the authors give insight into unhealthy relationships, such as codependency and abusive relationships. Why does a wife make excuses for an alcoholic husband? Why does a father continue to bail out a deadbeat daughter? The answer may surprise you.

Using biblical insight and real-life examples, Clinton and Springle offer clear explanations for the real causes of unhealthy relationships and a clear path to forming healthy relationships. Each of the easily digestible chapters ends with a series of questions designed to make us think about our own relationships. The book also includes a guide for groups and classes who are looking to make the most of the book’s teaching.

To say that I found this book enlightening would be an understatement. It has caused me to think about my own relationships – both healthy and unhealthy – and to start to address the areas of concern. I found the writing to be very easy to read, the print perfect for my lately very tired eyes, and on top of that I love the feel of the book jacket – very soft and nice to hold.

Whether you recognize unhealthy relationships in your life or not, I highly recommend this book. You and your relationships will be changed for the better by reading it.

The book is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other fine print and electronic book retailers.

Nate LaClaire

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Nate LaClaire is a Christian millennial web developer and entrepreneur who writes about faith, life, and intentional living. He is lead developer at Home Building Estimates and owner of Netwalker Internet Services.
  • http://randomlychad.com Chad Jones

    This sounds like a great book, Nate! Where was it years ago when I was trying to break free, and yet simultaneously feeling guilty about wanting to break free? Putting it on my wish list.

    Thanks for your support this week! Means a lot.

    • http://natelaclaire.com/ Nate LaClaire

      Hey, Chad! Thanks for reading and commenting!

      I hope that you get as much out of the book as I did. It really is fantastic. I understand what you’re saying completely and that’s a tough position to be in…