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Disappointing and unresearched
on May 23, 2013
Usually it would take a lot of me to say something negative about something someone has labored over. Im sure that Dr. Monroe had all good intentions when compiling this book, but i have to comment that this book should have a different title.
Dr. Monroe babbles about why purpose is important and why knowing your purpose is important, with many mundane illustrations for the first quarter of this book. His point about men and women being the same but different, determining that the main and particularly only difference is that the woman has a womb was not only an insult to femininity but also a very generic and unthought of way at looking at the wonderful differences and compliments of both men and women.
Overall, this book does not deliver what it promises.. and some interpretations he mentioned are questionable. Nonetheless it was an enjoyable read, once i skipped through a few repeated portions, i think i expected too much out of it.