Dating and relationship books
This unusual relationship book tells the tale of how she used math and dating sites to meet her husband, and it’s a true inspiration for anyone wanting practical insight into finding love online.
Elite Singles Editorial, June 2017 If you would like to know more about these relationship books, or if you know a book that helped transform your love life, then let us know!
) who want to say yes to emotional connection but don’t know where to start.
Amy Webb, Data: A Love Story (2013) Amy Webb had a specific idea of what she wanted in a partner, and online dating seemed to be the best way of meeting a guy who fitted the bill.
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Only, there was one problem: her specifics were specific, and the sites she was trying were giving her too many vague matches to be truly useful.
So, she gamed the system, crunching the data to figure out how to filter for her perfect man – and how to write about herself in a way that would attract him.
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"The people who you spend your time with are going to reflect your view of self," she says.
So the happier you are, the more fulfilling your other relationships can be.
It’s the perfect read for any single looking for a relatable relationship book to help them navigate the brave new world of contemporary courtship.
Elina Furman, Kiss and Run: The Single, Picky, and Indecisive Girl's Guide to Overcoming Fear of Commitment (2007) is the book for any single woman who keeps falling for unavailable men, who can be described as a serial dater, or who knows that commitment anxiety is not just a man’s game.
In it, Elina Furman looks at why so many women dating after 30 aren’t committing, explains that it’s not weird to enjoy being single, and identifies which behaviours hold you back from true intimacy.