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.
This particular book is one of her best sellers, and it leaves no stone unturned in the discussion of why exactly we fall for the people that we fall for.
The following is inevitably full of omissions – Atwood, Carter, Plath, Wolf, Woolf, de Beauvoir – but we hope this eclectic round-up is a good start for those men who wish to understand life from a female perspective.
It looks at the frustration inherent in most people's dating journey.
Oprah said it was “six words that will change your life”.
Well, it certainly changed Miranda Hobbs’ life – the Harvard Law-educated Sex and the City character.
The world of dating can be confusing enough without all kinds of conflicting messages reaching out to Christian teens today.
I don't agree with all of Cloud's advice, and his tone can be a bit flippant, but he acknowledges the seldom-addressed dating drought in Christian circles.Women’s writing is going through a purple patch – that this isn’t widely reported is mainly because men still largely run both publishing and the book pages.But in tandem with a new wave of feminist thought, publishers are discovering new voices and also repackaging past classics.Barbara knows a thing or two, and the book can do wonders for helping you find the person who is most right for you.If you are interested in the age old comparison between men and women and Mars and Venus, then this book will interest you with its exploration of just how differently male and female energies approach dating.