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Loving with Purpose offers valuable information to everyone on how to build better personal relationships. The book reads like a manual, gives good examples on how to continually improve upon relationships, along with guidance on how to improve self-esteem.

If you enjoyed anything you’ve read; whether it was an article you found helpful, or a part of the book, Loving with Purpose, please take a moment and comment below.

Thank you for your time.


and READ what others have to say, too.

…and thanks!

Here are a couple of my favorites….

My boss from Procter & Gamble

“Your being an author and person with purpose is not a surprise to me at all. You had such passion to learn, about yourself, others and how both could be better; it was only a matter of time before your copious notes became a thoughtful expression of your heart.

You always asked such heartfelt questions and listened so carefully to the replies.  You took the provocative and explored how it fit with who you wanted to be. I loved that about you.” —Maxine Brown-Davis, (retired), The Procter & Gamble Company, Chief Diversity Officer, VP-Global Diversity and Organization Performance

and another writer…

“Kim, I only have one thing to say and that you have wonderful material. You tell us some wonderful things, and I’m impressed with your angle and content. Your content is wonderful.” —Martha Tucker, THE MAYOR’S WIFE WORE SAPPHIRES

8 responses to “Testimonials Are Appreciated

  1. Whether you are in relationship or looking for that special person, this book is a “must read!” Learn ways to evaluate and improve your relationships. I love the interactive parts of the book !

  2. Kimberly Mitchell has captured essential basic principles of relationships and relationship building in Loving with Purpose. As a social worker with more than twenty-five years of experience, working with hundreds of domestic violence victims over the years, it is clear to me the need for such a book. The concepts outlined in this book need to be taught in high schools, colleges, during counseling sessions, and in Women’s Crisis Centers all over the nation, as not only a preventative measure, but as a corrective measure as well. Kimberly has designed this book to be informative and interactive. Clearly written and caringly shared, this book is a must-read…Marta Kirk, BSW.

  3. I read your book and I want to congratulate you on how comprehensive it is! I am really impressed with how you were able to cover EVERY THING!
    Your book is very well expressed/written and I agree with your ideas. I have lived many of them and it amazes me how you thought of them and were able to put them into words! WOW!
    The wisdom in your book is really what our whole culture needs in order to create happy homes, businesses etc.
    Your awareness and your drive to share is truly a gift, Kim!
    Thank you so much!
    love and prayers,
    Marcia Erdman

    • Marcia – Thank you, thank you! Your testimonial is so inspiring and complimentary. I’m so happy you enjoyed reading Loving with Purpose and hope that you’ll share your experience with friends and family. I agree, there needs to be more love in the world, so sharing the message is encouraged and appreciated!

      With all my sincerity,

  4. I met Kimberly Mitchell at an e-Women Network event. When she introduced her book, Loving with Purpose, I knew I had to meet her after the gathering. Just as she portrayed during her presentation, I found her to be sincere, caring, and energized about sharing life experiences through her book. We decided to do some bartering. I shared some of my services with her as a Certified Life Coach and she did a wonderful job training me on Business Facebook. We trained over the phone which can be more difficult, but I found her to be ever so patient as I looked for different parts of the screens she made reference to. Sometimes trainers are not good at explaining things. Kimberly does not fit into that category. She was excellent at helping me understand different aspects of Facebook and so good about welcoming my questions. I was so pleased with her training skills, when we finished, I just had to ask if she had trained people in the past. I was not surprised when she said yes, because I totally enjoyed learning from her. Hats off and thanks to you, Kimberly

    • Thank you for your kind words, Pam. I appreciate you taking the time to leave a testimonial. I enjoyed learning how some of your tools work, along with sharing my know-how on social media. I hope our paths cross again as we move forward.

  5. “This is EXCELLENT. I think you explained the differences between standards, expectations & goals quite clearly…and the list you included showed those differences. I actually intend on using the form myself…starting with jobs and education Maybe relationships; if time can be given to any extra curricular activity. Still, I am open to it; where before, I was closed off from that thought. Thank you for all the work you’re doing on your blog and please keep me updated on your progress.” ~ MBB

  6. The Testimonial of a Man on the Road to Recovery

    I recently spoke with a man who said that Loving with Purpose helped him understand dating again after his wife passed away over a year ago. I wanted to share his words in case there was someone else reaching out for some guidance on dating after losing a loved one.

    He told me about his recent dating experience; probably his first after being a married guy for over forty years. Now, at sixty-six years old, he has to begin again…and as anyone who dates knows, it’s tough out there.

    He told me that he treated his date like a lady; a princess, in fact. Offering flowers at each enc0unter, taking her to the finest of restaurants, and giving her extra special attention throughout the ten or more dates. Sounds good so far, yes???

    He has always been under the impression that treating someone kindly, with special attention shown to the details, meant that typically that same appreciation or treatment would be reflected back on him. Sounds right, right???

    Unfortunately, there are many women unaccustomed to being treated so well. His kindness and attention were probably a bit overwhelming to the normal, every day gal on the dating scene. Most guys don’t go to so much effort, so quickly, to show a woman they care. Plus, this man just started dating after forty years of marriage! He wasn’t ready for the plunge.

    Now he understands what he needed to do. He needed to take the dating process much slower; taking time to learn who she is and what she wanted out of the connection. You can’t say anything bad about what he did in the dating experience, except people aren’t used to so much special attention. We take a little longer to warm up, especially when dating. Sure, there are always exceptions to the rule, but we are talking norm here.

    Flowers on occasion are great, good food…always, but a little mystery as you move through the date will keep the flame lit while the two of you get to know each other.

    His need of knowledge is one of the biggest reasons I wrote Loving with Purpose. I’ve been there, I know what dating has to offer, and I believe there is a better way than what I either did or accepted in the process.

    We all have to start somewhere. Beginning with information makes the whole process go much smoother.

    Before we talked, here’s the message he left for me. “Kim, I wanted to let you know that I’m reading the book you wrote. I’m just about a couple pages away from finishing it and I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate the book and your work. In reading some of the chapters, I just wish that I would have read this book several months ago instead of reading it now. In any event, I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your work and the quality of writing you offered. I found the book interesting and insightful. Thank you very much for writing it and I appreciated reading it.”


    To read more on dating, relationships, family and friends, check out my book, Loving with Purpose.

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