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10 thoughts on “The Young Lady in Waiting: Developing the Heart of a Princess

  1. says:

    I picked up this book for free on my Kindle and was interested in reading it, as I have read


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    see updated review below a For my research, I purchased both Young Lady in Waiting and Lady in Waiting assuming this young version would be directed toward adolescent girls as opposed to adult or even young adult women But from what I can tell, Young Lady in Waiting is literally the same text as Lady in Waiting with a pink cover and pocket sized shape While hypothetically written to young readers, the text references the fact that the reader may be a divorcee or in their 40 s see updated review below a For my research, I purchased both Young Lady in Waiting and Lady in Waiting assuming this young version would be directed toward adolescent girls as opposed to adult or even young adult women But from what I can tell, Young Lady in Waiting is literally the same text as Lady in Waiting with a pink cover and pocket sized shape While hypothetically written to young readers, the text references the fact that the reader may be a divorcee or in their 40 s How is that different than just plain Lady in Waiting is there somewhere a Teeny Tiny Lady in Waiting book I need to refer to b Shockingly, despite the fact that the book patronizes its readers however young or old they may be with trite devotional questions and horrifically simplified life application examples, the advice wait for it is not tremendously terrible It s incomplete and over generalized, but in the sea of Christian publishing geared towards women s participation in male female relationships, this may be the least offensive I ve found I don t like the medium AT ALL, but much of the message appearshelpful than detrimental, even if it is grossly over simplified Update Okay, I take that all back I think my original it s not the worst there is response was because I wrote much less in the margins than in the other books I m reading in this genre But less notes does not equal less dysfunction As I type up my notes from the book, I m seeingclearly the theme of disconnecting women girls from their physical selves, particularly their experience of pleasure The assumption and sometimes explicit message is that physical expression of sensuality or sexuality will automatically mean loss of relationship intimacy with the guy you want to be closer to thus playing into the paradigm of women only understanding their bodies and sexuality as something they give over to men because men want it but that it will mean a loss of self You give sex to men because they want it and you as a woman will never want it except as a way to keep a man interested in you but sex is scary because you lose intimacy even as you give it This is the message the book conveys about premarital sex, but if girls follow the book s logic as the patronizingly persuasive text is designed to make you do then girls will fear sex in marriage as loss of friendship just as they ve been told about before marriage I m not advocating that books should teach girls to chase after sexual experiences before marriage, but I definitely don t want girls in my life to be taught that their sexuality belongs to men and comes at the cost of their relational self


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    I loved this book It came at a time that I needed it most After I read it, I felt calmed and my trust in God strengthened tremendously.The authors don t promise that you will get married They really emphasized that if it is in God s will for you to marry, you will He will bring around the right guy at the right time We need to rely on Him and trust Him completely with that I recommend this book to all my single friends young and old


  4. says:

    An excellent read that focuses on being the right person and not just looking for the right person.


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The Young Lady in Waiting: Developing the Heart of a Princess Waiting For The Right Man If You Are Like Most Young Ladies, You Are Waiting For The Right Man, The Right Career, The Right Time To Become Who They Are Truly Meant To Be But God Wants You To Become The Right Young Lady He Wants To Gently Mold Your Willing Heart Into The Lovely Young Lady He Wants You To Be The Lord Wants You To Become A Young Lady With A Soft Heart