A Real Girls College Survival Guide
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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. This is the way to go, especially when writing a book for college students. Even though this book can be read straight through, the ease of locating the questions that resonate most with the readers and quickly receiving the answer is most appealing.
There is no doubt that Hanna has a heart for helping young women. She writes in a very personable tone and is clearly speaking from experience — her own and those of women she knows. I believe that readers will find her tone and approach welcoming as they read along. This book does a great job of addressing a variety of common concerns faced by college girls. The responses to each question are short, concise and easy to read — no more than 4 or 5 pages on average. The advice Hanna shares is very practical and even though this is a faith based book it is not overly spiritual.
Instead, she presents options and ultimately leaves reader to choose what they will do. I truly believe this book will be a helpful resource to any young woman in college. It will make a great gift and is sure to help the young women who read it. This is a really great book! I received this book free from the publisher through their book review bloggers program and I was not required to write a positive review.
This book surpassed all of my expectations. However, there are a few points she makes that go against the Word of God. Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let e This book surpassed all of my expectations.
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Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. The Word of God does not agree with this position. Apr 02, Susan Shipe rated it it was amazing. I co-read this book with my granddaughter who is an undergraduate at Liberty University! Ms Seymour's heart and passion is passed on to the reader in every single chapter. Hanna is like a dear friend who has walked on the same path just a bit sooner than the reader!
Her voice is wise and friendly.
A Girl’s Survival Guide to Her First Year of College
The Chapter titles are real life: "I'm super nervous about orientation;" "I'm Overwhelmed;" "I'm just not happy here;" "Help! I'm living with a stranger;" "I'm Terrified of Sharing my Faith.
We recommend this book for the new college student or the senior undergrad who is wondering "where do I go from here? Aug 08, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult-nonfiction , nonfiction , religion. I read this at the urging of my daughter who has been dealing with a fair amount of anxiety in this summer before heading to college, and who tore through this book. She does come at things from a Christian perspective, but not in a cloying or preachy way.
Definitely full of good advice for girls either going to college or moving to college for the first time. It answered many questions I had, and also ones I was bound to have should a similar situation arise. Definitely bringing this book with me when I move. Sep 27, Via Bella rated it really liked it. I found that this is such a great book for any college girl-- regardless if you are 18 or Although more geared towards It seems to be very helpful in many aspects of college life-- some harder than others and a great gift!
Many women love to shop till they drop with friends during the weekend, but there are wardrobe fiascos that occur too often anyway. The all-too-familiar example begins with jeans. Denim jeans have been around for decades. So, imagine being a girl in college, when your body is mostly developed, and how frustrating it is that of all shapes and sizes, women are still finding it hard to find jeans with the perfect fit.
Speaking of people who drain you, another topic only girls in college will understand is dealing with boys in college. Boys speak an entirely different language and are from a whole different planet.
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Or, there might be the boy who just never seems to text back, but you really like him. Of course, the whole reason we came to college is to get an education. No one ever said how challenging life would be along with attending class. Projects, exams, homework, organizations and school events can make a girl tired once she gets home.
Even contemplating a choice of major or building up enough confidence to apply for a position or internship can be difficult.