Dating for dummies dating for overweight men

I think the most interesting part of this book was the theory that we're always moving forward.

Meaning if you date someone and break up with them you will move on to other, better, relationships.

I did however, join a gym, drop like 5 or so dress sizes and snag a really hot guy.

I don't think I'm a nicer, thoughtful, or even more confident person.

I have reread relevant sections several times during my adult life, enough so that I have internalized some of the author's recommendations.

The chapter on "Breaking Up" is especially valuable.

Because you will know that things can be AT LEAST that good again.

No, it's not because you're the nerd of the universe and everyone else is way cooler than you are.

I think I was going through an, 'it's okay to admit I want a relationship' phase and thought taking advice from a book would be empowering.

It might give some helpful ideas on etiquette but in the end you just need to be true to yourself.

TI am dipping into this book again now after several years of not needing it.

I have reread relevant sections several times during my adult life, enough so that I have internalized some of the author's recommendations. The first two books of the "For Dummies" series I read were pretty cool and funny, so I decided to read as many books of the series as possible. Full of stereotypes and trying to be funny when it definitely isn't, makes it even more pathetic.

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