How a Single Woman Can Overcome Stigmatisation: Thriving in a World of Negative Stereotypes
How a Single Woman Can Overcome Stigmatisation: Thriving in a World of Negative Stereotypes Details
It's easy to review a book but not this type, owing to the point of view of the writer. Many writers would rather hide under a pen name instead of giving personal experiences (of course, those that are capable of steering all kinds of comments on different media outlets) in the bid to buttressing their points.
Esther has taken time to demystify the concept of late singleness and has given credibility to the whole essence of humanity. She has dared the devil of many cultures and Christian circles by writing on such a topic as this yet for a just cause--a cause to restore pride to being single and the virtue of celibacy. Would people have done this some decades back, there may have been illumination in the African communities and churches. I want to urge every reader to do an active reading and the exercises after each chapter of this book. It may be your turning point and for those out there who are stigmatized. It is worth reading and should be used as a reference to point to developing schemes to changing the perception of people toward the problem of stereotyping singles. Happy reading!
Adebayo Samuel Adedoyin
Lecturer, International Black Sea University, Georgia