Shelves: worst-books-ever There are so many things I can say about this book, but I will stick with this. This book is the complete opposite of what I tell my daughter, and is the reason we needed Gloria Steinhem. Pretending to be stupid and fragile and needing a man to take care of you because you are incapable of thinking for yourself is the There are so many things I can say about this book, but I will stick with this. As is to not study things like science and math because they are man fields.
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Shelves: kindle If you treat a man as he is, he will stay as he is, but if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become that bigger and better man. This book is essentially about being a submissive wife.
Having been written following the biblical example: 22 Wives, submit yourselves to your husbands as to the Lord. A man who loves his wife loves himself. Instead, we feed them, and take care of them, just as Christ does the church; 30 for we are members of his body. It is completely up to you! If you ask my opinion, I think that indirect ways of making your partner do something you want, like hinting or threatening or blackmailing are much more manipulative than this.
In fact, the author encourages self-care as a way to make yourself and everyone around you happier and have a positive, relaxed attitude. Everyone has their own ideas and no one should tell how other people should live their lives, inside or outside their homes.
And my wish was granted. Not only I am not oppressed or unhappy and, by the way, neither is my man , but I feel incredibly blessed and thankful to God and to my man for giving me the possibility and honour of dedicating my time to what I really love: taking care of my house and my family. I almost did not review this book today. And I review every book I read. I must admit I was scared of people coming to me and bullying me for my traditional ideas by the way, just to make things clear, I am not homophobic, trans-phobic, anti-feminist or anything like that, that is not what I mean when I say "traditional".
But in the end, I decided that, even though the values I try my best to apply in my everyday life are not particularly popular today, I still should feel the right to express my opinion, and so I did. I am absolutely open to any kind of discussion on these topics or any others in the comments. God bless you all!
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Early life[ edit ] The year saw the birth of daughter Helen to Dr. Herbert and Mrs. Anna May Berry of Mesa, Arizona. The Andelins became the parents of eight children, four sons and four daughters. Fascinating Womanhood[ edit ] Andelin wrote the book Fascinating Womanhood in to correspond with the marriage enrichment classes she taught in Central California. She sold approximately , copies from her garage through a publishing firm she and her husband founded, Pacific Press.
The Fascinating Girl
See our latest videos, including free tutorials and example videos. Our story Helen Berry Andelin was born May 22, , the 6th of 7 children with 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Like many girls growing up, she dreamed of living happily ever after with the man of her dreams. When she met her future husband, Aubrey Andelin, she was on her way to achieving that dream. Aubrey was handsome, smart, funny and ambitious. They got married July 22, and were happy. But the love she dreamed about seemed elusive and she longed to have her childhood dream a reality.