Tired of being trapped in unhealthy and destructive behaviors? Are you feeling unable to move on and get the most out of your life?
You may not realize it but you’re probably dealing with deep-rooted shame that is responsible for negatively impacting your relationship with others and God. In many cases, it is shame that prevents us from stopping emotionally-troubling behaviors.
In this new book, “Removing Your Shame Label: Learning to Break From Shame and Feel God’s Love” you will discover how to remove the shame label from your life by overcoming harmful behaviors such as:
– irrational thinking
– the inability to emotionally connect
– excessive worry
– a hardened heart
– being stuck
Utilizing real case studies, the author provides insights and real-world solutions to help you manage behaviors that destroy relationships, limit personal growth, and cause shame. More importantly, this book opens a new pathway to help you establish a loving and meaningful relationship with God whether you are a new Christian or have been walking the path your entire life.
About The Author
Eddie Capparucci is certified as a licensed professional counselor by the State of Georgia. He is a member of the American Counseling Association, American Association of Christian Counselors, and the Georgia Licensed Professional Counselors Association.
Eddie has a private practice in Marietta, GA, where he and his wife, Teri, have committed themselves to helping others understand the truth of God’s love. They work primarily with individuals and couples who are dealing with the destructive aftermaths of sexual addiction. Among his many clients have been National Football League and Major League Baseball players.
He is certified in sexual addiction by the International Association of Certified Sexual Addiction Specialists and the American Association of Christian Counselors.
He graduated with High Distinction from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA with a master’s degree in counseling. He also serves as an elder at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Marietta, GA.