Preparing To Be a Help Meet

Preparing To Be a Help Meet

I can think of nothing I want more than someone to truly love me. You spend your time pining away for your one true love and suddenly...you're married and it is a lot more than you bargained for. Now is the hour you should be preparing to be a wife--to be a help meet. What does a good guy really look for in a girl? Are you a Dreamer, Servant or Go-to Gal? Do you know what to p I can think of nothing I want more than someone to truly love me. You spend your time pining away for ...

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Title:Preparing To Be a Help Meet
Author:Debi Pearl
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1616440090
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:282 pages pages

Preparing To Be a Help Meet Reviews

  • Christina Knotts
    Jun 02, 2010

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

  • Natalie Weber
    Dec 29, 2011

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

  • Michelle Padrelanan
    May 05, 2011

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

    I have three wonderful and beautiful daughters ? well, just let me sing their praises now ?coz I am their mom! :)) ? and it is very important for me to be able to impart to them how to choose their future spouses. Even when my eldest was just a baby, I have already begun praying ...

  • Cami
    Aug 16, 2011

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

    I have three wonderful and beautiful daughters ? well, just let me sing their praises now ?coz I am their mom! :)) ? and it is very important for me to be able to impart to them how to choose their future spouses. Even when my eldest was just a baby, I have already begun praying ...

    Though I did not agree on some of the ways she presented her theology there are many treasures in this book for young women looking to be married someday. There is a lot of life lessons and wise counsel to receive from this book - from very basic fundamental truth to deeper thought pro...

  • Natalie
    Sep 12, 2012

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

  • Olga Rezanova
    Jan 17, 2018

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

    I have three wonderful and beautiful daughters ? well, just let me sing their praises now ?coz I am their mom! :)) ? and it is very important for me to be able to impart to them how to choose their future spouses. Even when my eldest was just a baby, I have already begun praying ...

    Though I did not agree on some of the ways she presented her theology there are many treasures in this book for young women looking to be married someday. There is a lot of life lessons and wise counsel to receive from this book - from very basic fundamental truth to deeper thought pro...

    Not my favorite book on godly relationship advice. The stories were funny and heartwarming. However, I did not agree with all the stances the authors took, or the way some of their opinions were presented. However, their categories for men and women are very accurate and have been help...

    Please, please don't read this book or give it to an impressionable person. It has taken years of depression and suicidal thoughts for me to unravel these toxic beliefs. We all are worth so much more than these damaging guidelines. ...

    Overall, useful. But some parts were rediculous! I really don't like how the author talks about men. I think it sounds terrible. Your "honey," your "man," "sweetie," no one actually calls their husbands that right? I also didn't like that she's so focused on "what guys like" that...

  • Lindsey Bartels
    May 05, 2017

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

    I have three wonderful and beautiful daughters ? well, just let me sing their praises now ?coz I am their mom! :)) ? and it is very important for me to be able to impart to them how to choose their future spouses. Even when my eldest was just a baby, I have already begun praying ...

    Though I did not agree on some of the ways she presented her theology there are many treasures in this book for young women looking to be married someday. There is a lot of life lessons and wise counsel to receive from this book - from very basic fundamental truth to deeper thought pro...

    Not my favorite book on godly relationship advice. The stories were funny and heartwarming. However, I did not agree with all the stances the authors took, or the way some of their opinions were presented. However, their categories for men and women are very accurate and have been help...

    Please, please don't read this book or give it to an impressionable person. It has taken years of depression and suicidal thoughts for me to unravel these toxic beliefs. We all are worth so much more than these damaging guidelines. ...

  • Lara Kile
    Nov 20, 2016

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

  • Amanda Tero
    Feb 26, 2015

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

  • Abigayle Claire
    Jun 06, 2016

    This remains the only book I have ever thrown across a room, I have a deep respect for books, but this one angered me mightily. The reality is this book focuses very heavily on how a woman is supposed to catch a man with a one size fits all type of attitude toward the subject. I know t...

    I don?t even remember what prompted me to pick this book up to skim through it one night because I don?t usually read marriage-centered books, but I was immediately captivated. So much so that I ended up staying up well into the night reading through almost the whole book. As my si...

    Has some good points. Encouraging stories. However, the tone of the book seems to suggest that a woman's only role in life is to marry and drop everything to either devote herself to his ministries or become a house wife. I'm a woman but I'm also a doctor. I have long hours at work and...

    This book was the most challenging on the subject I have yet to read. While we are to look totally to the Word of God, Mrs. Pearl's insight and wisdom echoes much of the Biblical statutes that I love so dear. My favorite chapter would probably have to be "The Italian Prince." I was ...

    I might not be credible for a review, because I have not read this entire book. But here is some of what I saw: Positive: ~The first chapter on prayer is amazing! Yes! How much we need to pray for the men and young men we know! ~The explanation of character types is very interesti...

    I have three wonderful and beautiful daughters ? well, just let me sing their praises now ?coz I am their mom! :)) ? and it is very important for me to be able to impart to them how to choose their future spouses. Even when my eldest was just a baby, I have already begun praying ...

    Though I did not agree on some of the ways she presented her theology there are many treasures in this book for young women looking to be married someday. There is a lot of life lessons and wise counsel to receive from this book - from very basic fundamental truth to deeper thought pro...

    Not my favorite book on godly relationship advice. The stories were funny and heartwarming. However, I did not agree with all the stances the authors took, or the way some of their opinions were presented. However, their categories for men and women are very accurate and have been help...