And She Lived Happily Ever After: Finding Fulfillment as a Single Woman

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2009 - Religion - 244 pages
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No More Kissing Frogs! This is not a book about how to find a husband. This is not a book about whether or not to kiss dating goodbye. This is a book about living in grace and fulfillment as a single woman, by a single woman. In these pages you'll find encouraging stories and practical help on: building a satisfying career; establishing a secure home; finding your place in the church; deciding whether or not to date; drawing strength from God; and enjoying rich and meaningful relationships throughout your life. Skip McDonald has worked through all these questions and offers her years of wisdom along with the reflections of numerous others whom she has interviewed. In these pages you will find the way to a greater fulfillment than you have yet imagined.
  

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User Review  - Shevonne - Goodreads

This book was definitely not what I was looking for. It was more about spirituality and your love for God than a book about how to live a fulfilling life as a single woman. I'm returning it back to Amazon for a refund. Read full review

Contents

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SEXUAL
68
QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION OR DISCUSSION
103
QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION OR DISCUSSION
137
Dealing with DaytoDay Responsibilities
163
QUESTIONS FOR REFLECTION OR DISCUSSION
180
Weve Got a Reason to Celebrate
197
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About the author (2009)

Skip McDonald is a staff member with Nurses Christian Fellowship, a division of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA. She also works as a nurse, is involved in women's ministry and holds degrees in both nursing and theology.

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