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Single Pringle

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Stacey June is here to help! With the assistance of a whole slew of experts, a wild variety of romantic and sexual partners, a few fairly average boyfriends, and some healers, yogis and 'kumbaya' moments, Stacey dives into the principles of being comfortable alone, living independently and going after every opportunity in life.

Learn the ins and outs of why you're staying in a relationship for too long, dating for the wrong reasons, discovering that casual sex doesn't always feel 'single and fabulous' and a whole lot more. Practice self-care, go on a date with yourself and never stop believing in love - because it's completely possible to live happily solo while still being open to relationships.

Let's stop wishing away our single lives, because the single pringle life is awesome.
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I'm not the target of "Single Pringle" by Stacey June, but it's okay, I guess...

I appreciate how the author approaches singledom as an opportunity to discover oneself and truly reflect on what one wants from the relationships, encourages the readers to take responsibility for their own pleasure and fulfilment, but this book is too anecdotal and too superficial at times.

Also, the realist in me cannot stomach the law of attraction concept being fed to readers, some of whom might be in a vulnerable state.

I'm giving "Single Pringle" two stars, mainly for its readability and great content design.
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This is a very cute read for the singleton in your life or if you are on your own quest for love.
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We're encouraged to be comfortable doing our own thing these days. Female empowerment! Be independent! But many of us have yet to master the tools for living happily on our own.

Stacey June is here to help! With the assistance of a whole slew of experts, a wild variety of romantic and sexual partners, a few fairly average boyfriends, and some healers, yogis and 'kumbaya' moments, Stacey dives into the principles of being comfortable alone, living independently and going after every opportunity in life.

I really enjoyed the fun way Stacey June spoke about the single life and showed the positive effects of being single instead of the negative conentation that is often associated with it.
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I liked this book and I LOVED it's message.  I think it's really important that books like this exist and I hope more like it follow. People need to know and to BELIEVE that it's okay to be single . It's not a flaw. It doesn't mean there's something wrong with you and rushing to get into your next one robs you of a chance to really get to know yourself and what it is you really want and need.  

Stacey helps expose the lie fed to us by society that we are only worthy if we are in a relationship.  I'm grateful to Stacey June for writing this book and I hope that it gets into the hands of any single people that have ever felt like they need to be in a relationship to feel like they're enough. I thought her approach was just right and that her passion for helping people was evident. You have to read this book with an open mind and be able to ask yourself questions like what it means to be in a relationship and where do those beliefs come from? If you're not willing to do that there's a high chance you won't get much out of this book but if you come to it openly, with curiosity and the willingness to question your own perspectives and how they're serving you then I think it's possible this book can help show you ways to be happily single while still being open to a relationship- not having one just for the sake of having one.

I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley and publishers in exchange for an honest review.
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It was a really enjoyable book that had a good plot. The type of book that makes you want to keep reading and not put down. A good one for a Book Club read. Well done.
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As a Single Pringle, this book was good to read. 

I’m not sure about it being an eBook, I feel it would flow much better as a hardcopy.
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This was interesting and anecdotal but this was just missing something for me. I wanted to like it so much and it just had too many moments where i felt like i was being preached and the chosen topic was approached wrong. June said some really interesting and thought-provoking things in this but i just wish the delivery was done a little differently.
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