Books on women and dating
by Greg Behrendt – Over the years since this book first came out, I’ve tried to argue with it. I’ve tried to say that relationships aren’t as black and white as Greg presents them to be in this book, but you know what? The truth is, relationships ARE more black and white than they are fifty shades of gray…and that’s a good thing.
Because when you change your mindset and start to look at relationships as black and white instead of every shade in between, you cut out a lot of drama and heartache and nonsense.
I also share every effective social technique I’ve ever learned – so, things like approaching a woman, flirting, connecting, getting the phone number etc.
This is a very controversial book, but absolutely brilliantly researched and presented.
A friend introduced me to this book and all I had to do was read the back cover to be sold.
Does Susan find her Happily Ever After at the end of the book? For anyone who has ever been through a breakup (and who hasn’t? And it comes from a man, so it’s like having a built-in guy friend to be the voice of reason in your post-breakup, driving by the guy’s house, stalking his Facebook page misery.
I’ve actually read this book over and over again after almost every breakup I’ve ever been through and can’t recommend it enough. by Ann Voskamp – This book needs to be read by every person, single or not.
How learning to simply say THANK YOU and show gratitude opened the door to joy in her heart.
This book opened my eyes to a whole layer of life and joy and blessings that I spent most of my life staring blindly at. by Elisabeth Elliot – This was one of the first books I read after giving my life to God at age 20.