Does Susan find her Happily Ever After at the end of the book? For anyone who has ever been through a breakup (and who hasn’t? And it comes from a man, so it’s like having a built-in guy friend to be the voice of reason in your post-breakup, driving by the guy’s house, stalking his Facebook page misery.
Throw out the Ben & Jerry’s and reach for this book instead. I can’t tell you how much this book changed my life, my thought processes, my approach to happiness.
Ann is a such a beautiful writer, it feels almost as though you’re reading poetry.
I wanted this book to be a complete snapshot of the entire experience of the single woman, not just one aspect.
I feel like so many books out there for single women only touch on one area of life, and that’s love, dating, and relationships.
Unhappy with how her love life is going and still single at age 40, Susan decides to call God to the carpet by taking him to “couple’s therapy.” Susan’s rocky, real, raw, HONEST relationship with God was something I could relate to immediately, as one who has never tiptoed politely around God and has had more than a few wrestling matches with him myself about life and love.
Wildly funny and exceptionally moving, this book had me laughing hysterically one minute and crying just as hysterically the next. (that just might be popping up later on this list), but have you heard of his follow-up book?
But even though the game of love has changed a bit since its publication, the truths in this book still hold true, and will still save you a LOT of heartache when dealing with a wishy-washy, is he or isn’t he? And while it does break down some serious issues…there are also some SERIOUS laughs along the way!
I think this book will isnpire you to let go of the idea of what “Happily Ever After” is supposed to look like, stop obsessing about the destination, and instead, rejoice in the journey.
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