NOTE: After some soul searching, I am retracting my previous review of this book, although I am leaving these ratings here to help readers understand why I am retracting my review. Sorry for any inconvenience
Teen Rating. This book is geared specifically towards married women with kids. Chapter 7 is heavy on the sexual content, to the point that I would not recommend any teen to read that chapter. There is a few curse words used (one use of h*** and one use of p***). She also talks about her older brother’s suicide and struggles with drinking. If chapter 7 is skipped, a mature teen (16 or 17) could read the rest of the book and get a lot out of it.
Singles-Friendly Rating. Although I did get a lot out of the book, I was disappointed that this book didn’t do more to appeal to single women. I understand that Rachel was speaking out of her own experience, but I think that more could have been done to appeal to women who have never been married and don’t have kids. However, most of the lies she addresses do speak to those who aren’t married. I would still recommend it to single gals, but I would do so with the suggestion that they skip chapter 7 (which personally made me very uncomfortable)
Personal Rating. Aside from my personal discomfort about chapter 7, she also shares difficult details about her brother's suicide and her struggles with drinking. Not to mention that although she makes some good points, I now believe her theology to be off-centered. Therefore, I no longer recommend this book
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