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 behaviors hold you back from true intimacy.With quizzes, and insights from Furman's own history, this is ideal for women (and men!
, author Andy Stanley explores the challenges, assumptions, and risks associated with dating in the twenty-first century.
When it comes to the complicated subject of love, we can’t always trust out instincts to let us know that we are doing everything right.
) 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.
With that in mind, Gary Thomas wants you to discard the popular notion of looking for your What “soul mate” and look for a “sole mate”instead.
A sole mate is someone who will walk beside you as you serve the One who loves you most.
From having a crush to dating to trying to maintain a relationship, there are always points in a person’s love life where they need a little helping hand to guide them in the right direction.
If you are the kind of person that likes to dive head first in to a book about love and dating, then there is no better place to start than with this top ten list.
The world of relationship books is huge, and varied, ranging from the hokey to the controversial to the genuinely helpful.
There’s so much diversity, in fact, that it can be hard to choose a book that fits into the latter camp, let alone the relationship book that’s helpful for you, in your stage of singledom, dating, or commitment.
Drawing upon the Bible, by Pastors Gerald Hiestand and Jay Thomas adds a new, provocative read to the deep Christian dating book market.