Top 10 dating books
After all, while Brittani’s not-so-love story might sound a little crazy, it could easily happen to anyone.
I read Katie Heaney’s memoir in college, and boy, did it resonate with me.
Luckily, Jenna Birch knows exactly what to do, and she has tons of research to back it up.
Birch dissects why smart, successful women who are succeeding in work seem to be failing in love and manages to pin down some of those annoying dating patterns you’ve noticed with men over the past few years, including ghosting and an unwillingness to commit.
But don’t let that description fool you — Katie is anything but sad and lonely.
Instead, she is funny and insightful and, best of all, knows exactly how to have a good time as a single woman in a society that’s constantly telling her that love is the one thing worth dying for.
If you’re interested in something more nontraditional, is a great guide that’s all about “love, sex, and intimacy beyond the limits of conventional monogamy.” The book covers (but is not limited to) polyamory, open relationships, asexuality, and cross-orientation relationships.
It’s the perfect place to start if you’re wanting to dive into a nontraditional dating style but aren’t sure how to begin.
Dating can be frustrating and yet, it is the gateway to love – something we need to thrive in this lifetime.
Even if you’re dead-set on dating, this is a pretty great read if you want to feel empowered and emboldened to ensure that you’ll never settle for less than you deserve — because if being in a relationship doesn’t make you happier than what you could be while single, why bother?
In some ways, dating is a game, and it’s good to know the rules before you start playing it.
It turns out, these personas aren’t too far off from who Kaling really is, making her a hilarious, familiar narrator as she shares her insights about life, love, and all things Hollywood.
If you’re looking for dating advice from an old friend, this is the closest thing you can get in book form.