Dating books for singles

A 90s woman’s vade mecum, this book is a classic because it is grounded in hardcore feminism. Actionable and concrete, “Straight Talk, No Chaser,” is aimed at the ladies who are great at making bad choices in men!Discussing what’s wrong with some guys and why, this will serve as your no-nonsense dating guide.So, yes, I have indulged in quite some books on dating; the good, the bad, and the extremely ugly!Though I tried to learn at least one thing from each book that I read, I won’t let you go through the same toil.You need to understand men, to find yourself the ‘right’ one!Steve Harvey wants to empower you through this book, and his counsel boils down to telling women how badly they need to understand little games that guys play. You must read this because Harvey breaks down the whole dating and relationship “game” into a simple contest by using several personal examples teamed with his perceptions on what women really want. How can one transform oneself into a man-magnet of sorts by making use of the “supernatural” power that comes with being a woman? This is her playbook but one you can use to win the game.

This quality seems to have come in handy for some of the writers on this list.‘Fix yourself and see how you find better men’ is what the book boils down to. So using a dose of self-empowerment into the dating scene too, is the need of the hour. The positive and assuring language used, is a plus. Leil Lowndes is the author of many dating books and each and every one of them could easily make it to the list (I think we should have a list of just her dating books maybe! Social skills, is what the guide focuses on, something that the other books on dating miss out.For the message of stand-out strength that this book tries to promote, it is a must. It is all research-based, so you know it is highly recommended.It will push you into making a list of non-negotiables, and that’s something really vital in today’s dating space. Yes, “Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus,” is by the same author.Using a similar opinion of men and women being wired differently, this book discusses how dating is different for both the sexes.

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