Editorial Reviews. Review. "Your story is such a Romans story - 'And we know all things Mandy Hale is affectionately known around the world as The Single Woman, and more than a half million Twitter . I bought this book after I read Mandy's eBook "The Single Woman's Sassy Survival Guide: Letting Go and Moving. Results 1 - 12 of 12 Search results for "the single woman mandy hale" at Rakuten Kobo. Read free previews and reviews from booklovers. Shop eBooks and. The Single Woman's Sassy Survival Guide: Letting Go and Moving On (Ebook). the-single-womans-sassy-survival-guide-letting-go- Struggling to let go of a toxic .

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Heart Hugs for Single Moms: So, she started the twitter account which led to this book. She talks about not living life hidden because you're single. Don't wait for a man - go out there and do what you want. You only get one life, don't hold back.

Overall, there were times where it felt like I was being slapped in the face with things. Don't worry, it was good slaps.

Also, it was like Hale knew some things about me and was focusing just on me. You may find yourself telling Hale to get out of your life. She just finds a way to touch on so many subjects within less than pages. The chapters are well organized in a format that makes it easy to read in a short amount of time.

Hale addresses self worth, self love, letting go, and creating a life you love before you find love. I suggest reading the book with a tissue, a notebook and a pen. Dec 29, Sora rated it liked it Shelves: For , I have approximately six or seven weddings or marriage parties to go to. This is it! Uplifting and in praise of the single woman. But, be warned, the author is religious and she includes several religious references.

I definitely felt better after this book. Sep 11, Eustacia Tan rated it liked it. The Single Woman is divided into eight parts and an epilogue, talking about why it's ok to be single and how to live your single life to the fullest. The author uses experiences from her life and the life of others to illustrate her points. In between, there are one page quotes from whatever chapter we're in to emphasize a point.

For some reason, this book felt like a collection of blog posts to me. There's nothing wrong with blog posts, but it just felt like that. I thought there were a few subjects that could have had much more detail and discussion, but since everything was about the same length, it ended up feeling rather shallow. I would much rather the book picked a few key topics rather than try to cover everything under the sun. In fact, the book started to feel more like a general 'life-advice' sort of book.

It went beyond the whole 'living the single life' into a 'how to have a good life sort of book'. Now that I'm keeping an eye on the content page, I see that it's structured to address the single women, but as I was reading this book, there were times when I thought "this is for everyone, no matter single or attached. I don't think that being single means you have more time to make a difference and vice versa. It may be that an attached woman who is very efficient can make more of a difference than a single woman.

To sum, while this is a good book, it's not the must read book for anyone who's single. I got a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a free and honest review.

This review was first posted to Inside the mind of a Bibliophile Oct 11, Kim Alexander rated it liked it. I think this book would've been great if it'd been deeper. Like a lot deeper. There's some great stuff in here, though the whole rhyming thing detracted from that.

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The rhyming was cute at first but became annoying. I kind of feel like too much emphasis was put on trying to sound sassy and I had to knock a couple of stars off for that. I feel like this book would be better suited to the single woman who basically has her life together already save for being in a relationship.

Not so much for one trying to figure things out.

There were a few things that kind of rubbed me wrong. Like how bad situations can't take away your faith. I know from experience that that isn't true. Overall this was a very fast read and very enjoyable at parts. The good things about it were very good. I wouldn't call it a must read.

It was okay. Not great, not terrible. Jan 02, Ashley rated it liked it Recommends it for: The Single Woman was an encouraging book for me as a single woman. I found the author shared similar experiences which reminded me I'm not the only one who struggles with areas related to the single life. It was a very refreshing read that encouraged me to get out there and enjoy life and make the most of it whether I have a man in my life or not.

I gave it 3 stars because I would've liked to have seen a bit more meaty, practical advice rather than feel good nuggets of wisdom. But other than tha The Single Woman was an encouraging book for me as a single woman. But other than that I recommend it for those who are choosing to live life as a single whether by choice not wanting to settle for mediocre but great or out of current circumstances recent breakup.

A short, but uplifting book to read. Refreshing I like this book because it gave me a different perspective on being a single woman. Sep 12, Traci Smith rated it it was amazing. I'm not really sure how I found this book, but I am so happy that I have.

I find it empowering to all of us "single women" out there. I also enjoyed how it talked about God and how he has bigger plans for us all.

In life we can be very impatient because it comes as a burden to wait for something that you really deserve. We go after what we want, rather than what God wants us to have. Sometimes the things that we want are truly the most toxic things out there for us. But also sometimes they can b I'm not really sure how I found this book, but I am so happy that I have.

But also sometimes they can be our destiny. For seven months I have been dealing with a broken heart. And yes, I have been going back and forth about what I really want in life.

I have been impatient through this trying time and I haven't been waiting for God to make his move.

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I was actually afraid that he wouldn't do anything at all to help me out a little bit. But after reading this book I have figured out that all that time I had spent wasting on one guy who truly deserved nothing more than a good-bye to begin with has kept me away from my true purpose.

My true destiny. This book is amazing. It is for all of us single women out there who just want to let go of the past and become ourselves. I seriously recommend it to anyone who needs a pick me up. Probably the best book I have read by far. If God brings you to it, he will most definitely bring you through it. Just let go and let God take the wheel.

Thank you, Mandy Hale, for giving me the courage through your words to find my place in this world. Aug 17, Taymara Jagmohan rated it it was amazing. I have read many books off the self-development shelves, but this one is purely beyond. If you check the quotes, you will see a few hints, but more than the surface based facts, you will find a lot of YOU as you read this one!!!

It is amazing, and the best thing of all is she doesn't deride men. Dislike it when books do that! I loved her confidence. She didn't make it seem as if love wasn't possible. In fact she talks greatly of it. Check her out. Being single is wonderful. Trust me, I know ; I have read many books off the self-development shelves, but this one is purely beyond.

Trust me, I know ; Thank you so much Mandy!! Maybe one day we can meet and I can treat you to coffee and muffins!! D Never settle for less, pal! Follow your intuition these boys will not care after they randomly decide to leave ya, haha! Make space in your life to be your own lady Alas, I feel like dancing, so here: Wave back at me!!!

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D Thanks so much Mandy, and I can safely say over the course of this summer I have been given the gift of faith!!! Melted me! Thanks Yours truly and ever blossoming, Taymara. Why you may ask? Closing thought: Most of all, enjoy every moment of the journey, and appreciate where you are at this moment instead of always focusing on how far you have to go.

None of us have "arrived. Some days are passes and other days are major fails, but at the end of the day, Life is always worth it. Nov 21, Rebekah Snyder rated it it was ok. I wanted to like this book, especially after I realized it was written by a fellow Christian.

Finally, a book written by a thirty-something still single woman. Maybe this would e a breath of fresh air after reading all the books written by married women who are looking for excuses to tell their love story to the remaining single women like me. I was single and my life sucked, but I got married and so can you!

I held in my hands the antidote to such soliloquies. But I feel like Mandy overcompen I wanted to like this book, especially after I realized it was written by a fellow Christian. But I feel like Mandy overcompensated.

I'm single and it's fabulous! Which it is. Most days. However, I wanted to see more of a balance and maybe something that felt a little more real and raw.

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This book is filled with little cliches and far too much rhyming. If you're looking for something encouraging and upbeat, this is the book for you. If you're looking for something a little more honest, I'm still searching for it too. Jan 28, Jodi rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was not sure what I was getting myself into when I read this book.

It was a good light hearted book about single woman. Whether you are single by choice, divorce, widowed, however you got there this is a book for you.

The Single Woman’s Sassy Survival Guide: Letting Go and Moving On (Ebook)

It talked about people coming into your life. Whether or not they stayed or were only there for a short time they changed you in some way, for better or worse. The left the mark to prove it.

I find myself making notes on some parts to remember for later on days I needed a little I was not sure what I was getting myself into when I read this book.

I find myself making notes on some parts to remember for later on days I needed a little motivation. Change your thoughts change your life.

I felt a little silly getting this book at the library with the words life, love and a dash of sass with a big pink high heel shoe on the front, but I am glad I did. God did it again. When I walk the aisle I seem to usually always find a book that speaks to me and helps me even if I am not sure what I need.

This book changed my perspective on being single. Aug 14, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves:There's nothing wrong being single. Singleness Redefined: Let yourself. Realizing that being single again is not a punishment, but a gift to me is priceless! They Were Single Too: But now, in an era of twerking and Tindering and instant gratification, you d think choosing to wait would be a thing Mandy Hale HuffPost - huffingtonpost.

It may break some out of bad relationship habits and give others the inspiration to be ready for Love. Remember me on this computer. Sometimes the things that we want are truly the most toxic things out there for us. I read this book rather quickly but I think others may get more out of it by reading it at a slower pace and using it as a guide or reminder spread out over more than just a one sitting read.

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