I love reading dating and relationship books, and often learn something new from each one I read.
However, there are a handful of dating/relationship books I recommend often, either because they’re classics I go back to over and over again, or because they offer a fresh perspective.
I’ve used this system in my coaching business with good success. Gottlieb is not a dating expert, but a journalist who, after finding herself alone with no man in sight at 41, decided to look into why.
And, Fisher has a refreshingly optimistic view of love, a nice change from the more jaded, critical attitudes of some other experts. A well-researched book, she delves deeply into the tendency many modern women have of expecting too much from men and relationships.
It’s Neil Strauss’s story of how he went from dork author to pick up artist.
The book details his time with other creeps and how he was able to transform himself from AFC (average frustrated chump) to a guy who could talk to any woman in any situation.
He teaches men how to deal with rejection and use it to their advantage. (Price: 11.66 BUY) Text Appeal by Michael Masters We still believe in calling a girl but most of your conversing will be done via text. Lean the tricks of how to talk to women via text and social media.
Gray, who was once colleagues with (and married to, briefly) Barbara De Angelis, also ranks up there as one of the best dating/relationship authors ever. How to Find and Keep Lasting Love by Helen Fisher, Ph D.
Barbara helps everyone find love: with a partner, and within yourself. 2) Mars and Venus on a Date: A Guide for Navigating the 5 Stages of Dating to Create a Loving and Lasting Relationship by John Gray, Ph D.
I admit it took me a LONG time to come around to the Mars/Venus thing.
Knowing Who’s Right and Avoiding Who’s Wrong by Barbara De Angelis Ph D.
Barbara De Angelis is one of the original relationship self-help authors, and one of the best-selling of all time.
It takes time and training to master the art of talking to, living with and getting married to women.