The books we love and recommend to read
Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t by Michael J. Losier
In this how-to guide, self-help guru Michael Losier details the secret to achieving your goals, be they professional, personal, or romantic. To put it simply, the Law of Attraction is the concept that we attract the same energy that we put out into the world. Therefore, if we exude negative energy—or negative vibrations—we unconsciously invite negativity into our lives; conversely, positive vibrations attract positivity. By following Losier’s Three-Step Formula for Deliberate Attraction, you can learn how to increase your positive vibrations to achieve success at work, increase your wealth, and even attract your ideal mate.
New York Times bestselling author Gary Chapman knows that long-term relationships can turn sour if you take them for granted, and in this 25th-anniversary edition of his smash hit The 5 Love Languages, he offers valuable practical advice for making your love last. Each person has their own unique love language, the thing that makes them feel cared for and appreciated: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, or Physical Touch. Chapman’s book can help you discover your own love language and teaches you how to speak the love language of your partner, which helps keep the romance alive your relationship ages and results in a stronger, more intimate bond.
Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: The Classic Guide to Understanding the Opposite Sex by John Gray
Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus is a modern classic when it comes to dating and relationship advice books. Counselor John Gray asserts that most couples’ problems result from the inherent psychological differences between men and women. The sexes communicate differently, respond to stress differently, and even express their love differently; sometimes men and women are so alien to each other that it can seem like we come from entirely separate planets. Gray breaks down these differences chapter-by-chapter and aims to teach readers how to find common ground, even when their partners seem extraterrestrial.
If you’ve ever seen Aziz Ansari’s stand up, you’ll know he’s had his fair share of dating woes. In this book, Ansari partners with sociologist Eric Klinenberg to explore how the dating landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade and why young people today seem to struggle to make meaningful romantic connections. They examine the advent of dating apps and the unique issues that technology brings to dating, as well as how having more choices than ever when it comes to potential partners is actually making finding love harder. Ansari and Klinenberg blend research and humor for a book that is candid, insightful, and relatable for many single people in the contemporary world.
Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps: How We’re Different and What to Do About It by Allan Pease
Dynamic duo Barbara and Allan Pease traveled the world for three years to write their ultimate guide to understanding the different ways that men and women think and communicate. If you’ve ever wondered why your husband can never find anything in the fridge or marveled at the way your wife can talk nonstop for hours, this might be the book for you. A thorough investigation of biology, psychology, and modern society, the Peases’ present a shocking, hilarious, and sometimes controversial look at the war of the sexes and how we might come to a truce.
Originally published in 1936, Dale Carnegie’s self-help book How to Win Friends & Influence People is a timeless work that has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. Carnegie explains the secrets to success in four sections, offering advice on everything from learning to smile more often to how to be a better leader. He promises that his book will help you climb out of your mental rut and teach you how to make new friends, resolve conflicts, increase your popularity, and other valuable skills that will lead you to a more successful life.
We’ve all heard of pickup artists: men who claim to specialize in seducing women, often through unsavory means like lying and trickery. Mark Manson’s book, Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, is the antithesis of the classic pickup artist’s shady repertoire. In this dating book for men, Manson argues that the best way to attract—and yes, seduce—women is by being honest, authentic, and mature. Women are most drawn to men who establish an emotional connection with them, men who are self-confident and genuine—not men who lie and manipulate others. Manson’s simple and straightforward advice can help men reduce their dating anxieties, learn to be better conversationalists, and kick out-dated pickup habits to the curb for more success on the dating scene.
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