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Party of One Truth, Longing, and the Subtle Art of Singleness
By Joy Beth Smith
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 5/22 GracefullyOvercoming wrote: “Party of One” offers us, the Church that our Savior loves and purchased, a much needed conversation about singleness. A book on singleness can cover an array of topics, which this book touches on a lot of them. While I disagreed with Joy Beth on many fronts, I respected her vulnerability. She warns ... It's not the book for me...
On 3/27 incitefaith wrote: Over the past year, I’ve avoided books on singleness, but Party of One by Joy Beth Smith was a breath of fresh air. Party of One touched on topics that aren’t always discussed within the Church or Christian circles. Unfulfilled desires, sexuality, masturbation, and porn are just a few of the topics ... Party of One by Joy Beth Smith [Book Review]
On 3/20 ReviewsByErin wrote: Confession: Over the years I've avoided reading books on singleness. I didn't want to read them, just as I didn't want to be single. I keep hoping that eventually my singleness will cease to be an issue because somewhere along the way I'll find that I've passed on the next stage of life. You know, the ... "Party of One" by Joy Beth Smith
On 3/5 Jay Mayo wrote: Party of One: Truth, Longing, and the Subtle Art of Singleness by Joy Beth Smith is an interesting book that explores the issues that many unmarried women face with being single. This is a book that many unmarried women will be able to relate to, especially if they have a strong desire to get married ... Interesting and encouraging
On 2/27 Kaitlyn wrote: Although there were several topics only briefly discussed (or left out), I’m grateful for what *was* said and that singleness is (finally) being written about in an honest and thoughtful way. Joy Beth doesn’t shy away from big topics and writes as if you’re talking with a friend. Whether you’re ... A good beginning to an important conversation...