The Burden of Better is for: Chronic Comparers

by | Sep 16, 2020 | Comparison

This brand new Christian book on comparison is designed for chronic comparers!

I confess. I’ve spent most of my life on the ladder of comparison. Sliding up and down its rungs each day. Some days, I’d feel like I was making progress. Maybe I got the promotion, my hair to curl right, and my jeans to fit—all at once! Other days, though, it felt like I skidded downwards, knocking my head on the rungs until I hit rock bottom. Comparison: it can be a mean master.

Here’s another truth though. We all know comparison is bad for us, right? You don’t need me to tell you it’s the “thief” of your joy. You’re read not to compare your “behind the scenes to someone else’s highlights reel.” You don’t need another slogan as to why you should stop comparing. Instead, you need a real way out. Just like addicts, we know we need to be set free, but we need a clear path and some accountability to kick the comparison habit.

I spent more than 3 decades of my life in the comparison trap. But God, in his grace, has shown me an unexpected way out. And that’s why I wrote this Christian book on comparison, “The Burden of Better: How a Comparison-Free Life Leads to Joy, Peace & Rest.” I’m not afraid to be real about my struggle with every type of comparison, but I’ll also offer you a real, gospel-saturated, way out.

Those who order the book within the next two weeks can get some great incentives. Use the “I Ordered” link here to claim your gifts.

Looking for a Christian book that offers Gospel-centered solutions to compare struggles instead of just cliches or culture’s wisdom? Learn more about “The Burden of Better” or order it now!

Check out my first book on body image for Christian women, “Compared to Who?”

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