Treat Problems. Not Symptoms.

Loneliness Is Not a Condition that Can Be Ignored

I have allergies. And they make me miserable. Spring. Summer. And fall. A runny nose. Scratchy throat. And watery eyes. But these are only the effects—not the cause. To get rid of my symptoms, I must deal with the real problem.

 

Allergy symptoms are easy to spot. But not all human conditions are simple to see. If they were, we’d never wait until it was too late. We’d find a remedy and be rid of the reason once and for all.

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NEW: A Timely Discussion for Youth Workers

I had such a great conversation this week with my long-time friend and youth ministry veteran, Paul Turner from The Disciple Project. We discussed how the ideas from my book, Alone Sucks, isn’t just a problem for this generation but a desperate need youth workers face, too. Listen into our conversation for some practical insights.

New Book Release

Available in Stores October 1

 

Alone Sucks | Timothy EldredOver the last few months, I’ve poured myself into writing a brand new book. It’s been the best and hardest work of my life so far.

And while this new book might seem like a departure from my previous books, it’s not—it’s the foundation for everything I write, speak, and teach.

Alone Sucks tells the story of aloneness and untangles the many lies and messiness of life that have entrapped people for ages.

You can read the first section of the book right now. Signup for my free monthly newsletter and resource, It’s All About Relationships™, and I’ll send you the introduction immediately.

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Loneliness is one of those rare ailments that defiantly objects to publicity. Bringing it into the light with honesty and unvarnished vulnerability is the first hammer-whack on its ceramic frailty. Through his own story of acute isolation, Tim Eldred names the squiggly things under the rock, carrying the hope of light into dark places.Mark Oestreicher
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