More and more singles are choosing to join a dating service these days. One of the most exciting aspects of connecting with a prospective partner on a dating website is developing a rapport. If you’re tempted to join one of these websites, the best way to connect with another single is to find common ground. In real life or online, appreciating a good book is always high on everyone’s list of hobbies. So discussing must-read books would be an ideal icebreaker when you’re developing a rapport during website chats. With that being said, to help you on your initial stages, dating consultants from flirtmoms platform recently shared a list of books – and they’re all about love, dating, and relationships!
The Soulmate Secret by Arielle Ford:
Arielle Ford’s excellent guidance book is all about self-belief when preparing to enter the frenetic world of singles dating. The narrative focuses on what drives people to be attracted to others sexually and romanticall,y and gives pointers towards appreciating basic human nature. The effect of all this is to place you, the reader, at the forefront. Whether you decide to register with dating sites or hang out in singles bars, you should be aware of what is incurred with being in full control of your romantic destiny. This involves a degree of preparation so you can pre-empt the potential outcome of romantic approaches. The bottom line: you can find love at any age, and even in the unlikeliest of circumstances, if you are ready for it.
Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough by Lori Gottlieb:
Lori Gottlieb’s book is another must-read because it touches on such a common and easily identifiable subject matter. Her premise for writing this has been the notion that when single women reach that stage in their biological clock – hitting the big 3 0 – they panic and assume they are in danger of being ‘left on the shelf,’ particularly if they have put their careers first and found themselves surrounded by friends who have settled and started families. This is no idle quandary – Gottlieb has recognized the approach of middle-age can lead to self-esteem issues. For anyone in that predicament, this book is the antidote!
The Power of the Pussy by Kara King:
One element that will always go towards making a book about relationships a ‘must read’ is if it has courted any form of controversy! Kara King’s is no exception, from its risque title, down to its content. The premise is fairly straightforward. Despite sexual revolutions and equality legislation, Western society remains deeply patriarchal, with successful women facing everything from little prejudices in their daily lives to that notorious glass ceiling when they rise to a certain level in their career. Here, the author shares 12 potent ‘secrets’ guaranteed to transform the fortunes of any woman and turn her into a strong individual, desirable to males, but equally capable of gaining their respect and trust.
Become Your Own Matchmaker by Patti Stanger & Lisa Johnson Mandell:
Patti Stanger is already well-known to audiences of the hugely popular Bravo TV show ‘The Millionaire Matchmaker,’ featuring her endeavors to find suitable partners for well-heeled singles. There might be a tongue-in-cheek element where small-screen entertainment is concerned, but this book has taken elements from its predecessor and created a wonderfully candid and enjoyable read. The authors have thoroughly researched what makes men click and put it to the advantage of single women everywhere.
Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man by Steve Harvey:
US comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey has written a fabulous book that allows women a glimpse inside the male psyche. Included are the five key questions any female suitor needs to ask a partner to determine how serious he is about them.