Real love in dating book
This international best seller by Helen Fisher takes things from a slightly different, more scientific approach than many other love advice books.Fisher writes about there being four love types, and she explains how they click with one another and how they differ.
Barbara knows a thing or two, and the book can do wonders for helping you find the person who is most right for you.Top Row: Courtesy of Dey Street Books; Courtesy of New World Library; Courtesy of Cleis Press; Bottom Row: Courtesy of Ecco Press; Courtesy of Touchstone; Courtesy of Da Capo Press Pepper Schwartz reviews six great guidebooks to love, sex and more. Neither, it seems, can a herd of my fellow romantics, who've been busily scribbling away about how you can maximize your erotic potential.If you have the opposite problem — you can't seem to stop reading about love — you may enjoy these new "field guides to love." I have to tell you that I fell in love with this book.As I got deep into this history, which I wasn’t initially planning to frame in a very personal way, I thought more and more about why this matters to me and all the ways that women are taught to be this way, and I think that there is a huge industry in teaching women [how to be desirable].It’s the most profitable industry in the world, making women hate themselves, and then [making them] feel that they have to buy things or work a certain way to be lovable.What is the “secret something” that all relationships need in order to thrive? Greg Baer found the answers to these questions while working with hundreds of individuals and couples.
In Real Love, he shares his enlightening and practical blueprint for creating successful relationships and reveals the secret to finding and keeping what he calls “Real Love.” Over the years, I have read many self help and relationship books.
That realization was the starting point which will have you seriously reconsidering your approach to relationships. A central theme in your book is that the culture of dating teaches women to conceal their real desires in order to not scare men off.
What does the history of dating—and, in particular, how it’s been sold to women—reveal about that theme?
With Real Love, nothing else matters; without it, nothing else is enough.
Why do most people spend their whole lives searching for loving and happy relationships but rarely find them?
It's the best thing I've read from a man's point of view about the daily exercise of love — cherished memories, wild thoughts of leaving and a profound lifetime attachment to one woman.