Battles Men Face

Strategies to Win the War Within

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Your “reinforcements” in the battle of the mind

Ever feel like you’re not in control of your thoughts? Your actions? Like you’re trapped in compulsions and behaviors that are destroying you from within? Things like

pornography sex anger emotional withdrawal work escape deception competition consumption

In Battles Men Face, Dr. Jantz exposes the temptations that can entrap good men and gives practical steps to take to overcome unhealthy patterns. He shows you how to accept who you are (and who you’re not), say no, focus and build on the positive, and, perhaps most difficult, ask for and accept help.


"Regardless of your personal struggles, this book will provide real solutions. If you're a man with internal battles, this book will provide life-changing solutions. If you're a woman who wants to better understand her man's internal conflicts, this book offers powerful insights. With real-life examples Dr. Jantz keeps the reader engaged while making each point easy to comprehend and each solution simple to apply."--Timothy R. Jennings, MD, FAPA, adjunct faculty, University of Tennessee College of Medicine

"Men today face incredible challenges, and often they are reluctant to admit that anything is wrong and call in reinforcements. In Battles Men Face, Dr. Greg Jantz helps men and the women who love them address these issues head-on. Each page offers insight and hope to build strength and bring personal victory."--Tim Clinton, president, American Association of Christian Counselors

The Authors

  1. Gregory L. Jantz PhD

    Gregory L. Jantz PhD

    Gregory L. Jantz, PhD, is a popular speaker and award-winning author of many books, including Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse, Healing the Scars of Childhood Abuse, and Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear. He is the founder of The...

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  2. Ann McMurray

    Ann McMurray

    Ann McMurray has coauthored several books, including Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. She lives in Washington and works at The Center • A Place of Hope.

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