• 18Jul

    When it comes to friend dating, we could all use a little extra advice so finding a book that holds all the secrets isn’t a bad play. There are numerous tomes to choose from. Dating advice books come in all shapes, sizes and subjects so finding a good read becomes important. You’ll find authors with credentials standing on the digital shelf right next to those without. Mind you, there is no PHD in dating that Ive seen, so one view may be as important as the next. You just need to find the right author with a voice that speaks to you and use the advice found in their book to create a better dating experience for yourself!

    Dating for Dummies: This is the quintessential dating advice book for someone who knows nothing about the single life. The Dummies’ series has amassed a fortune by providing the elementary blocks to help build knowledge on various topics. Dating for Dummies takes a look at the basics from the view of psychologist Dr. Joy Brown. She says that to begin dating, you have to start with confidence. What does that mean? Be prepared to answer that question for yourself before or by the time you read her advice in the Dating for Dummies book if you expect to reap the reward.

    Body Language Secrets: A Guide During Courtship & Dating: The one thing we know about R. Don Steele is that hes had a lot of relationships. How this plays into knowing body language for dating were not sure, but were going to go with it! Dating advice books on body language are a must for anyone serious about improving their game. Like any relationship, you need to be able to give signs and understand the ones you take away. Body language can be fun and can give you insight into how a date is going so check out this book for a glimpse into your future.

    The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again: Dr. Tina B. Tessina takes a look at dating after divorce, the end of a relationship or a break for other personal reasons. This dating advice book covers where to look for love, how to catch someones attention, how to arrange and act on a date and where sex comes into play. Getting back into the singles game can be daunting if you’re not prepared. Dr. Tessina aims to help you get that necessary dose of romance back into your life.

    I Can’t Believe I’m buying this Book: A Commonsense Guide to Successful Internet Dating: Evan Marc Katz runs a dating consulting site, E-cyrano.com, and writes this book to give you a solid grounding in the ins and outs of Internet dating. As far as dating advice books go, this one is certainly suited for those without knowledge of finding love online. Although Katz admits his longest relationship has been seven months, the book takes an entertaining look at the digital world of romance covering areas such as profile presentation and how long to wait before meeting up with a possible prospect.

    Online Dating for Dummies: Here is yet another kick at the can from the Dummies series of dating advice books. This one focuses on the unique possibilities found online. Judy Silverstein and Michael Lasky coauthor the book. It covers areas such as strategies for success, picking an online dating site and how to build a relationship on the Net.

    Devotions for Dating Couples: Building a Foundation for Spiritual Intimacy: Dr. Samuel Adams and Ben Young use this dating advice book to outline a nine-week course for Christian couples in committed relationships. Themes such as love, prayer and simplicity are covered through anecdotes. For a uniquely Christian approach to dating advice, this might not be a bad place to start.

    Finding the right book to suit your needs might take a bit of flipping about at your local bookstore, but in the end you are bound to find a number of dating advice books that will help you get on your way. Dating is personal, fun and can open a world of new possibilities so it just makes good sense to ensure you’re ready for romance when it comes knocking!

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