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by Briar Whitehead


I first read Craving for Love in the mid 1990s.

I first read Craving for Love in the mid 1990s. It has been in print all that time which, I believe, confirms the book's worth. Briar Whitehead describes accurately the factors which contribute to the development of both healthy and unhealthy attachment styles, and their impact on the lives of both individual and family. She doesn't end the process there but proposes how to end the cycle of addiction and heal the wounds. It has been a worthwhile resource for many of my my clients over two decades

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Craving for Love : Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality, and the God Who Heals. Foreword by Frank Worthen) A valuable resource for those recovering from relationship addiction, and for those who minister to them.

Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality and the God who Heals. The book was updated in 2015 to meet ongoing demand. Craving for Love was first published in 1993 to help people understand homosexuality and other dependent relationships. It was in trying to understand homosexuality that I gained the self-understanding that made me realise the homosexual and I – though I was not lesbian – were next-of-kin. The book was published in the UK and distributed internationally.

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Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality, and the God Who Heals. Published May 13, 2003 by Monarch Books. Internet Archive Wishlist.

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Find nearly any book by Briar Whitehead. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. God Speaks from a Little Box: Extraordinary Stories of Christ's Transforming Power. ISBN 9781854240576 (978-1-85424-057-6) Softcover, Monarch Books, 1989.

Craving for Love: Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality, and the God Who Heals. Los Angeles: Alyson Wonderland, 1990, 2000. Williams, Brian Keith. Ministering Graciously to the Gay and Lesbian Community.

(Foreword by Frank Worthen) A valuable resource for those recovering from relationship addiction, and for those who minister to them.
Arar
This book is packed with enlightening and helpful information. It is like a can opener, revealing the inside dysfunctions of human relationships and sexuality. For anyone feeling like they are locked and can't understand if they will ever work out this longed for, crazy desire for love, this book will act like a bolt cutter. Humanity craves for love, and looks for it in so many failed places. Briar writes about addictions, co-dependency, emotional dependency and how we can find ourselves repeating broken patterns, some may have been generational and some we taken on board all by ourselves.

The book doesn't just dissect where the problems lie, but also offers hope. It has well researched discussion about LGBT relationships and supplies evidence of influences and stories of those who have walked away from being gay or lesbian. Briar doesn't treat these issues, or the response from the church in a facile way. She is honest in her critique of how people have been wronged and hurt by the church but she also sees that the church can be a place where the love of God can be found. She makes the point that it is not condemnation, or legalism that will confront a person and turn them to God, but rather his compassion and his love. After all, this is her point, that all of us are craving love, and that this love is only fully found in God.

I highly recommend this book. For pastors, for families, for anyone who can relate to the title, this book will be valuable. This is one of the best books I have read on these subjects.
Brajind
I have bought several copies of this book to give away. This book addresses the issue of homosexuality in a very real way. It points out the root causes of why a person chooses this lifestyle and the repercussions of that choice. It also covers the totally inadequate response of the church on all sides. I highly recommend it to anyone who is truly searching for answers on this issue.
Darkraven
This is my newest favorite book! The chapters work as "stand-alone" chapters if one prefers reading topically or for use in book studies. Chapter 3, THE ORIGIN OF UNMET NEEDS, is the best I've read on how our view of GOD parallels how we see our earthly fathers. As is often pointed out, many if not most of the principles discussed are quite "universal" -- applying to all people. Thank You to the Whiteheads for what must be many years of research.
Sermak Light
I first read Craving for Love in the mid 1990s. It has been in print all that time which, I believe, confirms the book's worth. Briar Whitehead describes accurately the factors which contribute to the development of both healthy and unhealthy attachment styles, and their impact on the lives of both individual and family. She doesn't end the process there but proposes how to end the cycle of addiction and heal the wounds. It has been a worthwhile resource for many of my my clients over two decades.

The book does not have a narrow focus but speaks broadly of what relationship is and I often recommend it to young couples preparing for marriage. I've found also that for those who do not understand the issue of same sex attraction, it can bring both understanding, compassion and tolerance.

Craving for Love outstanding because it brings understanding of 'how it all happened' and, until people have that knowledge, there can be no change.
Pringles
This book makes a unique claim - that homosexuality is an addiction. This is contradicted by every addiction expert and medical organization in the free world. Every medical association has explained homosexuality is not an illness and therefore cannot be cured. Yet, this book claims homosexuality is just a craving for love gone bad. Meanwhile, gay cures have been proven to be consumer fraud in a court of law. If you are going to read this book, make sure to do some of your own homework, too.
Reggy
Pure lies. Homosexuality isnt a disease or a condition & doesnt need to be cured. The person who needs to be cured is the person who wrote it.
Hunaya
This book has been THE HELP that brings a balanced and educated view to what has become a 'political hot potato'. The clarifications of the origins of what has effected so many broken lives today is an eye opener for many of us. Briar doesn’t just leave it there – she points the way to restoration for those who seek it. I been very grateful to have a resource which I can recommend to those who have been looking for real answers and receive real hope for themselves and loved ones. This book slices through the murkiness of misperception which is so precedent in our society today. Well done, and thank you Briar!
Craving for Love: Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality, and the God Who Heals

I absolutely love this book. I would recommend it to anyone who seeks to understand the underlying driving forces of homoesexuality in friends, family, etc. The presentation of the information is great and the perspective offered is awesome. I couldn't keep my head out of it for the first 4 days i had it. A must Read, especially for those seeking to minister to the homosexual or lebsian culture and anyone overcoming the temptation or desire to overcome.
Craving for Love: Relationship Addiction, Homosexuality, and the God Who Heals ebook
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Briar Whitehead
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