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Kim5 Stars Out Of 5June 1, 2010KimAs a single woman I feel I need to add my comments here. I purchased this book thinking that it would be good information to store somewhere in the back of my mind until such a time as I was married. This book for me has been incredible. I think that it offers a very "real" perspective on expectations when you are married. Not only sexual ones but just the reality of living, breathing and basically co-existing with another real person. I realize that there are areas in my life that I need to work on now with God before I ever have to face them with another person. As I was telling my friend about how this book was helping me be more prepared in so many ways for a future marriage, she told me that in our society today people spend more time preparing for a job interview than they do for marriage. That is just crazy. There is a part in this book where Pastor Ted says that it is important to know what you need to know before you fall in love because once the hormones kick in reasoning goes out the window and is replaced by emotional reaction. And maybe I can't list the page number or the section where I read that, but what is important to me is that my head and my heart remember it. While some people think that this book is too much about Ted and Diane, I want to say that that is what is making it so special for me. I can read a text book all day long and not retain half of what I need to, but give me a book that uses real life people and examples and Godly ones at that and it is much easier for me to retain. Examples like theirs don't only give you a blueprint but they give you the tools to apply what you are learning. I'm not saying that what I am reading doesn't sound really hard but it gives me more of the tools that I need when choosing who I want to spend the rest of my life with. Though this book is not promoted or even suggested for singles, I recommend it to everyone of them. Why not do everything we can to be prepared. Thank you Ted and Diane.
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