When I saw the Book Sneeze review opportunity for Constantly Craving: How to Make Sense of Always Wanting More by Marilyn Meberg, I jumped at the opportunity.  After all, this was a topic right up my alley.  I’m always wanting to run a bit further, a bit faster, try the latest thrill seeking adventure, or even lose just a couple more pounds. 

Surprisingly (at least to me), this book has nothing to do with food or fitness.  Meberg addresses our common desires for more love, more from our relationships (including separate chapters for marriage and friendships), time, solitude, among others.

I was disappointed with the book over all, although it contained some helpful information.  For me, the book fell short of going past the “direct your cravings to God” church answer.  Maybe I’m being too critical, given the book being different from what I expected.  I must admit I found myself skimming towards the end, just to get through it for review purposes.

Bottom line: Borrow from a friend.  If you are bored.

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