Here, a list of the ten most iconic relationship books of the '00s.1. Their advice is simple: Men chase what they want—and will continue to pursue who they want—for as long as they want her. by Steve Harvey On the very first page of comedian Steve Harvey's self-help tome, he writes, "There is no truer statement: men are simple." Which is why we should stop overthinking their every email, text message, and casual gesture. by Helen Fisher Anthropologist Helen Fisher swiftly and systematically divides all of us into four distinct categories of lovers: The Explorer, who is a novelty-seeking, creative type; the Builder, who is cautious and conventional; the Director, who is aggressive and single-minded; and the Negotiator, who is an empathetic, idealistic talker.If they're not calling, they obviously don't want you. There are plenty of men out there willing to throw themselves at your feet. Harvey says that while women look to men to satisfy a number of personal needs, men require only three things in return: support, loyalty and sex. Fisher's conceit is that we naturally attract and repel others based upon our type. by Sherry Argov The provocative title alone has made this best-seller a standout, but the contents are just as audacious.by Betty Smith Francie uses books to escape her impoverished upbringing in an apartment in Brooklyn.Her mother earns the majority of the family's income cleaning houses, and her dad, an alcoholic, earns what he can as a singing waiter. Have women been flaking out on you after a great phone conversation?Do you want to know how to attract, approach, and talk to a girl even if she has a boyfriend? View full product details » Like with so many other aspects of attracting women: It's not YOU, it's the way you're presenting yourself and approaching women.You are 35, starting to feel a little stressed that Mr.Right has not come along, so you settle for second best.
Undertanding ourselves, and what is good and bad for us, is key to a better dating future.
In the end, you'll be much happier being single than wasting time with the wrong person. Take some time to really learn why your last relationship didn't work out before you wade into the next one.
Is there a common pattern or reason why you struggled?
by Junot Diaz Oscar is a fat Dominican nerd; this is the story of his family, interwoven with Dominican history.
The narrator changes, and the text is speckled with copious footnotes.
John Alexander, the author discussed in my How To Become An Alpha Male review, says that while most other dating books focus on WHAT to do to please the woman, the better approach is to concentrate instead on how to BECOME the man that women respond to.