How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul

ARE YOU A DATE OR A SOULMATE ARE YOU THE FOR NOW GIRL OR THE FOREVER GIRL IN YOUR QUEST FOR LOVE, DON T LOSE YOURSELF ALONG THE WAY.While navigating through the dating scene, every woman begins to wonder How do I know when a guy really loves me Am I being too picky Do I even deserve love Is my relationship worth keeping Is love worth the risk Are any decentARE YOU A DATE OR A SOULMATE ARE YOU THE FOR NOW GIRL OR THE FOREVER GIRL IN YOUR QUEST FOR LOVE, DON T LOSE YOURSELF ALONG THE WAY.While navigating through the dating scene, every woman begins to wonder How do I know when a guy really loves me Am I being too picky Do I even deserve love Is my relationship worth keeping Is love worth the risk Are any decent guys left Single women often feel left alone to find answers to their deep questions about love and intimacy Some hang out and hook up, hoping for love Others are afraid even to hope At some point, every woman needs reassurance that she and her standards are not the problem In How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul, you ll discover twenty one strategies to help you raise the bar, instead of sitting at it, waiting around for Mr WonderfulN T IT TIME THAT YOU DISCOVERED A LOVE THAT HELPS YOU TO BECOME YOURSELF
How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul ARE YOU A DATE OR A SOULMATE ARE YOU THE FOR NOW GIRL OR THE FOREVER GIRL IN YOUR QUEST FOR LOVE DON T LOSE YOURSELF ALONG THE WAY While navigating through the dating scene every woman begins to won

  • Title: How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul
  • Author: Jason Evert Crystalina Evert
  • ISBN: 9780983092308
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul”

    1. Solid advice. Strongly recommended! Men desire to chase us. Great book for Youth Group studies/Book Clubs! Women desire to be loved for more than just their body. No woman should settle for just " getting by ". The pressure to date in high school is insane and misleading. Clearly defines the difference between infatuation love and TRUE love. Confirms the value of saving sex for husband and wife. Second, why only ONE man will left your veil on your wedding day! Seconds after he claims all you are [...]

    2. This was a good read for anyone who is a spiritual personAnd it helps us feel better about relationships and marriage, both males and femalesI would recommend this for young adults and teens if they have a spiritual interest as it goes into concepts of abstinance and purity until marriage etcHowever, if your a person who loves sex while being single and doesn't really beleive in the institution of marriage this book is definately not for you.But, all and all a solid read

    3. I am a Catholic Teen girl and this book helped me out amazingly reevaluating my last relationship I was in!!!! It really makes you think about what you want in your life and how to wait for sex until marriage!!!!

    4. I am currently reading this book after being given it for Christmas 2012 by a close friend of mine. However, I didn't start reading it until after I got out of a crappy relationship. In some ways, I wish I had read it earlier, but then at the time I was given it, I knew it was going to tell me more than a few things I didn't want to hear.Jason and Crystalina Evert have clearly spent a lot of time speaking to young men and women and teenagers all over the USA and hearing about their experiences o [...]

    5. Self-Help/Inspirational books are probably my least favorite genre because more times than not the person who wrote their collection of tips and inspirations and got it published reveal themselves to be very self-righteous in their motivational tome - "just read my book and you'll be perfect just like me!" (Insert eye-rolling here) But, despite some annoying areas this book did offer some good things to think about and consider with regards to relationships and marriage. It also discusses at len [...]

    6. I saw this at church when they were giving out free books and I chose this one. It was decent and pretty well written.

    7. I spent the day today after-Christmas shopping with my mom and sister. I don't see my family very often since they almost all still live in Maryland, so I try to make myself available to them as much as I can when we're together. It seems appropriate for a season like the Christmas season, when we celebrate the birth of Jesus into his human family and the Holy Family as a group (this year, on Dec. 30). Being around family and friends makes me acutely aware of my in-between state in life, though. [...]

    8. I am a very spiritual person and this book has some good points but the way they refer to being "pure" makes me want to vomit. I definitely agree that the expected sex on the 1st-3rd date makes building a lasting relationship very challenging and people should take some time to actually get to know one another before they make a physical commitment but overall, this book made me want to throw it in the trash and the only reason I haven't is because my mother gave it to me. I find the language ju [...]

    9. Amazing book! I really enjoyed this read and was amazed at how clearly things were layed out in this book, as well as how relatible it was. I am in my 20s, but I still enjoyed this book, though I do feel like it is definitely geered more towards teens, it doesn't address many of the dating and relationship aspects that relate to those outside of their teen years.

    10. This was a great book! I would recommend that you read it in a group because I got a lot out of it by being in a book discussion with others. Even though it's aimed at women, there are things in it that men could benefit from as well.

    11. For me, the book was good but for someone who already practices being pure the real home hitters didn't come until the last 40 pages about. But it was still worth reading for those pages and for the other odd tips, advice, and revelations.

    12. Belief + doubt = sanity (Barbara Kruger), but belief + trust = faith. This was given to me by one of my youth leaders back home several months ago, but I didn't pick it up until after I went on a retreat a couple weeks ago. At this retreat I had an epiphany, and as I wanted it to stay, I decided to give this book a go.I can't help but admit I'm a little embarrassed by reading this. It's not only a religious self help book, but it's a religious self help book on finding a "soulmate." Oh please. B [...]

    13. It was a good book, but more geared to pre-teens and teens (those under the age of 19) who have been in destructive relationships rather than those who are looking for a more enlightened approach to developing relationships with others. I would have preferred if there was more elaboration on the importance of friendships and more advice and relatable stories for those who are in their early to late twenties.

    14. The book is very interesting, so far.The language is easy and straightforward.I am a Christian and it resonates very deeply in my heart. I also feel that young ladies who are not necessarily Christian and spiritual can also read this book, because it will make you re-examine your life choices in regards to sex,men, etc.Good read!

    15. How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul is a beautiful book for woman of faith. In it I found comfort for overcoming my past and ways to do so. It helped to unravel why the relationships of my past were never truly solid and to give me an entirely new perspective of not simply dating but life.

    16. This book should be required reading for every high school girld then read Gannon college and post-college. The Everts share their hearts and give Godly counsel regarding singleness. AMAZING! INSIGHTFUL! AND A BEAUTIFUL GIFT FROM GOD!!!

    17. By far the best book I've ever read. I could relate to many stories and experiences. This is how I want to lead my life. It's a life changing book. Good to re-read every now and then, I strongly recommend it.

    18. I extremely enjoyed this book. It changed my view of how I look at dating. It is a book every girl should read, hopefully before she starts dating.

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