Book on dating
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.
Any book by Barbara De Angelis is a good place to start; she is often regarded as one of the founding mothers of relationship self-help literature.
From online dating to matchmaking to speed-dating and more, Gottlieb gives an insight in to the tough world of dating for a middle aged woman, a really interesting read with some surprisingly dark and revelatory moments.
Lowndes is something of a communication expert, and her book aims to teach a person all of the appropriate social skills to be able to make somebody fall in love with them.
The advice is backed up with research, and many of the author’s tips include information about body language, eye contact, giving compliments and the art of flirting.
By the final round, about half of the students will typically have a book that they want to check out.
gives a comedians perspective on the dating game, and lays down a short and simple concept that many women might find it hard to accept: if he isn’t pulling his weight and stepping up to the plate, then perhaps it might be time for you to move on instead of trying to fix him!
The popular comedian teams up with a respected sociologist in this book to provide an entertaining look at the modern dating landscape and all of the unique problems that can arise from trying to find your soulmate in today’s cynical society.
And ALL of the students have spent some time with a book from a genre that’s outside of their typical reading comfort zone.
I did this several weeks ago with my 8th graders, and this week the 6th graders are having their turn.