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Lies Women Believe About Self-Esteem

with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth | October 18, 2006
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Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about how women are more likely to process things through their emotions.
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  • Today on the broadcast, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, best-selling author of the book Lies Women Believe, tells Dennis Rainey how women are more likely to process things through their emotions, which in turn makes them more prone to believe things that aren't true, including the lie that "I'm not worth anything."

Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about how women are more likely to process things through their emotions.

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Lies Women Believe About Marriage
with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth October 20, 2006
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about the lies women believe about marriage.
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Women Day 4
Lies Women Believe About Circumstances and Emotions
with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth October 19, 2006
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Women Day 2
Lies Women Believe About God
with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth October 17, 2006
Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about the lies women often believe about God.
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