Ever been confused about friendships with boys? How to handle crushes? How friendly is too friendly? How close is too close? What to do when a guy is being way too friendly? What guys think about all this? What it means to be a "sister, in all purity"?
Guy-girl relationships have always been complicated but perhaps never more so than today. It's (Not That) Complicated is a humorous, hopeful, and deeply thought-provoking new look at guy-girl relationships in our times. Dealing practically with such complications as online interaction, Hollywood expectations, undefined relationships, and unrequited love, the Botkin sisters offer enduring biblical principles that can make it all much simpler.
This book is definitely good for read and study. The book touches on how a girl should relate to boys and how it should be done right from biblical perspective. The area I most enjoyed is relationship with family (brothers ). The end of this book where the roles of the father/mother in the life of their girl-child is expounded on is very interesting to me personally. I think teenage girls up to single ladies in their twenties will find this book helpful when it comes to focusing on how to wait the right way as you trust the Lord for a spouse (actually the authors think there shouldn't be a waiting instead you ought to be living your life). They shared great wisdom in this book, in my opinion.