Release Date: May 2021
Page Count: 256
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Case Lot Quantity: 48
Are You Really OK?
Getting Real About Who You Are, How You’re Doing, and Why It Matters
Just Because You’re a Christian Doesn’t Mean You’re Healthy
We tend to assume we’re okay—until we’re not. Getting healthy is an ongoing process that requires you to stop, dig deep, and ask yourself the hard questions.
In Are You Really OK? author and licensed counselor Debra Fileta challenges you to get real with who you are and how you’re doing spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically so you can recognize where you need growth and healing. You’ll learn to…
- understand and express your emotions in healthy and helpful ways
- get to the root of what you believe about yourself, others, and God
- recognize the influences of past traumas and replace them with God’s truth
- honestly assess your own mental health, and pursue help when it’s needed
- prioritize your physical wellbeing and see how it affects every other area of your life
It’s time to get intentional about pursuing health in every part of your life. Using a combination of science, psychology, and faith, Are You Really OK? will help you get healthy from the inside out.
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“Reading this book is like sitting on the couch with your own personal therapist. In Are You Really OK? Debra shows us that our spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental health are intertwined, weaving in her personal and professional experience. The book is full of wisdom, understanding, and practical tools that will make a difference in your life today.”
—Christine Caine, founder of A21 and Propel Women
“A great book that invites the reader to delve into a more abundant life of spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical health. You’ll be challenged and equipped to grow, mature, and spiritually prosper. Marvelously done!”
—Gary Thomas, author of Sacred Marriage
“Every one of us has been damaged by others, has damaged others, and has damaged ourselves by unwise words and unhealthy actions. As a result, we all have hurts, hang-ups, and bad habits. So where do we go to get help? In her newest book, Are You Really OK?, Debra is your personal counselor and life coach who shares openly about her journey toward health and makes clear next steps for you to take toward personal healing.”
—Chris Reed, pastor at Saddleback Church
“I am thrilled Debra has written such a helpful resource that unpacks what it looks like to pursue emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical health. In a culture that often presents a skewed version of health, this topic has never been more important. If you want to grow, this is for you!”
—Ben Stuart, pastor of Passion City Church DC and author of Single, Dating, Engaged, Married
“I cannot emphasize enough how important this book is. Debra is an excellent counselor, and in the pages ahead she will take you on a journey toward emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical health. You are going to learn new things, you are going to change in the best ways, and you are going to enjoy every word.”
—Jonathan Pokluda, bestselling author of Welcome to Adulting and pastor of Harris Creek Baptist Church
"Are You Really Okay? sets a new standard for how mental health is handled in the church. Debra gives such practical steps not just to heal but thrive! I'm so thankful for her work and getting this message out. It's a must read."
—Caitlin Zick, Moral Revolution codirector and author of Look at You, Girl
"If you are worn-out from years of faking fine and are ready to address some hard truths, Debra Fileta wants to help. In her new book, Are You Really OK?, Debra offers her life experience, her psychology background, and her love for people and captures it in a resource that will help you live an honest, holistic, and healthy life. Debra is a master at professionally guiding others through the process of an in-depth assessment of themselves. In this book, she will do the same for you. You can be more than 'just okay,' and Debra Fileta will show you how."
—Chrystal Evans Hurst, bestselling author and speaker