I recently finished The Whole Woman and all I wanted to do was shout to the world: Read this book! If you’re not a big reader, or it takes you a while to finish a book, no worries. The book is under 200 pages and laid out well with good stopping points. Here’s the thing though, you won’t want to stop! I love books that grab your attention and keep it. With each new subject matter you’ll find yourself leaning in more and more while you read saying, Tell me more, Tell me how! The book’s main audience is single women….what is my married tail doing reading it?
I met one of the authors at an awesome Poetry event. He talked briefly about the book and told us the title, The Whole Woman, I immediately got up to get one and get it signed; because I don’t know about you, but I want to be a whole woman! Although the book may be geared towards single females, the authors, a husband and wife team, tell you, you can apply the teachings to anyone, at any status. This book causes you to take a look at your life and your experiences to see what role it plays in how you feel about yourself, and your interactions with others. I believe every man, woman, and child should read this book, because so many still have brokenness from their past and don’t even realize it. If you want to know what life could be like walking in wholeness instead of brokenness, get the book!