Best book about dating
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.
Mc Laughlin opens up about her own struggles in past relationships and deconstructs social constructs that oftentimes plague (primarily heterosexual) relationships. The title of this book says it all: author Jennifer Wright took a good, hard look at our world’s history and pinpointed the 13 worst breakups of all time.
Kate Bolick makes a compelling argument about why more and more women are choosing to remain single and looks into the lives of women in history who have proven that sometimes the best thing you can be is your own damn savior.
If you’re worried about entering the dating field as a new player, this is a great read to keep your spirits high, even if things aren’t always looking so great.
Erin Mc Laughlin’s dating manifesto is short, but it gets the point across: in ten points, she makes it clear that a lot of us deserve a lot more than we’re willing to stand for, and she wants to change the game for women everywhere.
Whether you’ve been single and on a dating hiatus or you’ve just got out of a long-term relationship, it can be daunting to jump back in and start playing the field again.
But have no fear — if you’ve got a concern, we’ve got a book for that.