But you're probably going to need some advice if you want to make sure that this spring fling is more successful than some of your past attempts.
And you don't have to look any further than nonfiction books about dating.
The book offers “a foolproof four-step cure for Relationship Repetition Syndrome (RRS).” Amazon reviews call the work “inspiring” and “just what the doctor ordered.” Social Clout: 285 followers, 50 likes URL: Bragging Rights: For strong women The fantastically titled “Why Men Love Bitches” is New York Times bestselling author Sherry Argov’s guide to helping women hold their own in a relationship.
Published in 2002, the book is the first in the “Bitches” series.
After countless failed romances and too many blackout nights, she gave up on love and came to terms with who she was: broken, hurting, and angry.
Social Clout: 17,876 likes, 6,408 followers URL: Bragging Rights: Simply the truth Published in 2004, “He’s Just Not That Into You” is a self-help book of sorts aimed at single women.Smart, driven, assertive women are succeeding at just about everything they do — except, for many, romance.Jenna Birch's is a research-based guide to navigating that confusing rift between who men say they want to date and who they actually commit to — what Birch calls "the love gap" — and a trailblazing action plan to help smart, confident, career-driven women find their match. is a creative tool kit of mindfulness exercises and meditation techniques that help you to truly engage with your present experience and create deeper love relationships with yourself, your partner, friends and family, and with life itself.Published in 2005, the book helps men and women identify the early warning signs of an unhealthy relationship.
His “don’t settle for the first one to come along” mentality is a lesson for all – made obvious by Amazon reviews like “excellent” and “a must read.” Social Clout: 21,452 followers, 82 likes URL: Bragging Rights: Helping those injured by love Not to be confused with the Saturday Night Live comedian, Meyers is a licensed clinical psychologist and relationship expert who helps people stop going from one bad relationship to another.
The premise is if he isn’t making an effort, he’s simply “just not that into you.” A New York Times bestseller that was featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” the book spawned a 2009 film of the same name.