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From the Publisher"As women, we tend to do an awful lot of talking. Unfortunately, our thoughts and words do not always lead to blessing. Jennifer Rothchild has provided us with a reliable manual on how our words can bring life and health to the body, mind, and soul. This I know for sure; Jennifer has 20/20 heart vision"
—Kathy Troccoli, singer, author, and speaker
"Everyone wants a better life. If we don't control our thoughts, our thoughts will control us. Self Talk, Soul Talk helps the reader get a handle on unproductive, destructive, and negative thoughts and self talk. With disarming candor, warm storytelling, and sound biblical truth, Jennifer Rothschild shows you how to refuse old self-talk lies and replace them with soul-talk truth! Then, watch your life change for the better!"
—Dr. Gary Smalley, author of I Promise and DNA of Relationships
"I am crazy about Jennifer Rothschild. She communicates warmth, humor, and provocative thought all within a few moments of being with her. We have giggled together, prayed together, and had soulish conversations together. I leave her presence always wanting more.
I had the opportunity of having more with Jennifer as I read her new book, Self Talk, Soul Talk. It too is filled with warmth, humor, and thought-provoking nourishment for our souls. She demonstrates how crucial it is that we kindly talk truth to ourselves. We come away uplifted and satisfied. I predict there will be countless thousands of her readers happily talking to themselves as they push their grocery carts, drive to work, or make their dinner. Soul Talk will become the best epidemic to hit town. I recommend you catch it."
—Marilyn Meberg, author and one of the original Women of Faith speakers
"For those of us that have perfected the art of self-talk to the level of our own internal talk show, Jennifer's book offers sweet peace and quiet to our souls. Full of wisdom and depth, Jennifer is never afraid to get personal and honest; she writes like the wise and trusted friend she is."
—Nicole Johnson, author and dramatist with Women of Faith
"All of us talk to ourselves. We tell ourselves what we believe, or what others have told us about ourselves. Too often, we believe and feel things about ourselves that are untrue. We can change our false beliefs and feelings by replacing them with truth. Jennifer has learned how to do this, and her passion has led her to share it with others. This book is Jennifer's story and it offers freedom and confidence for those struggling with habitual negative, degrading, and painful self talk. Her story can become your story."
—Freda V. Crews, licensed professional counselor, host of Time for Hope