From The Burden of Better: “High self-esteem and low self-esteem are two sides of the same pride coin. Comparison isn’t a result of low self-esteem; it’s a shallow understanding of grace.” Heather Creekmore has produced a book that is packed with profound insights about the nature of comparison and the path to freedom. If you enjoyed her prior book, Compared to Who?, you’ll love this new book, which has the same relatable approach, offering touching and often hilarious real-life stories that shed light on the topic. Heather is open about her own journey in a way that helps you learn how to draw important lessons from daily living.
The message of the book is more timely than ever, with media (and especially social media) constantly bombarding us with a false vision of who we should be. Heather cuts through the noise and offers the truth, providing a guide for contemplation and action the reader can follow to experience the full power of the Gospel.
If you want to learn “How a Comparison-Free Life Leads to Joy, Peace, and Rest,” read The Burden of Better by Heather Creekmore.
Sean Coons is the author of Body: or, How Hope Confronts Her Shadow and Calls the Flutter Girl to Flight, a faith-based comedy exploring body image, intuitive eating, and spiritual living. Body is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Sandpiper Books. SeanCoons.com. Twitter: @seancoons. Facebook: @seancoonswriter. Instagram: @seanmcoons.