Every woman who thinks she can control life needs to read Anabel Gillham.Jimin Lee
This was a great book with many powerful bible verses about who you are in Christ. The later chapters focused mainly on marriage relations though it does mention singles as well. A great read!Amy
anabel is open and honest. and her book is rich with biblical truth that is not heard and lived enough. look forward to re-reading this again.Rebecca
I'm done with the book and it was amazing! It really helped me with what I was going through with my break up at the time. It showed me the different ways that God loves me and fulfills all my needs regardless of whether or not I am in a relationship. I would recommend this book to any of my female friends!Nicole Meadows
My mentor suggested I read this, and it has greatly helped me understand what I believe about my identity, my justification and validation, and the reasons I tend to feel satisfied or dissatisfied by relationships. I sometimes hesitate towards "self-help" books for fear of cheesiness, but this one was conversational and had a study guide with comprehension questions, prompts to articulate what I think and what is actually present, and then scriptural promises to read until they soak in and spread.This book taught me a lot about myself. Made it OK to be where I was, OK to have feelings, OK to have needs and OK to be frustrated. And I end up pulling things I've learned in conversations with the young women I mentor.