Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Review: God is Bigger than Dr. Phil by Becky Bailey

ISBN #: 978-1257802999
Page Count: 168
Copyright: 2011

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

God is Bigger than Dr. Phil is Becky Bailey's autobiography. It is about hope, about triumphing through your pain, rather than getting bogged down in fear, defeat, and endless questions. Becky opens herself up and exposes herself in hopes that she can inspire people to persevere even when the desire for a permanent solution seems like the only solution. She has been there and made it through to the other side with the help of a higher power. Today, her life is testimony to why sometimes just holding on can get you through and she is glad she held on just a bit longer. Becky endured pain a little longer than others might, mostly because she is stubborn and also because she is a passionate person...passionate about motivating people to be the best they can be. She has found a new love for life and wants to inspire people to find their love.

Charlene's Review:

Becky Bailey share her trials, triumphs, and life strategies in this 168 page non-fiction, titled God Is Bigger Than Dr. Phil. Ms. Bailey addresses self-esteem, relationships, parenthood, and more in a very straight-forward, down-to-earth, humorous way. A lesson in living life on your own terms, regardless.

I found this book to be a quick read with many important lessons. Ms. Baileys acerbic attitude and street language takes a little getting used to. She is bluntly honest in what she believes, and as a peacekeeper, myself, I cringed quite a bit reading her thoughts on things. Equally noted, there are many points in her book where her wisdom is simply magnificent. Ms. Bailey is a survivor that continues to evolve. While she doesn't claim to have all the answers, she does claim to have the answers that work for her.


  1. Self absorbed mindless drivel-Full of way to many me myself and I's.

  2. Nice review. I like reading motivational books. Thanks for the share.

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