Set aside your annoyance with author Elizabeth Gilbert’s breakthrough, .(It’s not her fault the movie made it worse.) Here she merges the confessional memoir style that made her famous with the journalism that she practiced for years before that in an examination of what makes marriage marriage. It looks at the frustration inherent in most people's dating journey.Simpson, a psychologist, helps readers date like a man instead of a guy (and the women say "amen").It must be true what they say: comedians are funny because deep down they really understand human nature.Seems that being a comedian and hosting a radio show provide good material for writing a dating book- this too is written by a comedian who hosted a radio show.
Author, comedian and talk show personality Steve Harvey wants to empower you, and he’s using his credentials as a popular radio call-in talk show host on dating to do that.This time it’s a woman, and her name is Sherry Argov. Her words are written with a certain kind of authority that make it seem she really might be onto something.What woman couldn’t use a dose of self-empowerment when it comes to dating?We do, however, sometimes need a bracing punch in the face about what, exactly, we want so badly when we go trolling for partners in smoky bars, at singles soccer league, online.Don’t worry, Kipnis’ very entertaining look at all our dumb societal ideas about love will hardly turn you celibate, or even unromantic.From traditional to unique, our 10 Best Dating Books are filled from cover to cover with quality tips for improving your love life.