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Books to read about dating

It looks at the frustration inherent in most people's dating journey.

If you haven’t read this book yet, purchase it today and put down everything else you are reading.

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Discussing ideas like manipulating (read: inspiring! ;)) a man into becoming the man of your dreams, this innovative dating book is definitely one of the must read books for women. If you roll both the above books into one, this is what you are most likely to get.

A benchmark of ladylike advice for being successful in the modern dating scene, this is an essential guide. It’s Harvey again, but this time with a book that has more comprehensive tips and specific instructions.

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.

I don't agree with all of Cloud's advice, and his tone can be a bit flippant, but he acknowledges the seldom-addressed dating drought in Christian circles.

He also debunks many popular myths, such as "dating around is unchristian" and "God will definitely bring the right one to you." Copyright © 2011 Christianity Today.

This book is terrible if you’re looking for ACTION items, but it is a wonderful non-fiction read and can greatly assist you in seeing what is possible.

Also, some of the attitudes described of the historical figures are amazing. If you are interested in real, intuitive and actionable advice about dating, women and relationships then I urge you to get it now. In the book, I outline the 7 steps to getting a lasting, healthy relationship with a woman you are truly attracted to.

“To be rejected by someone doesn't mean you should also reject yourself or that you should think of yourself as a lesser person.