C onfession time: of course Iâ€™m a little shy (and a great deal introverted), when I finally resolved to stop doubting and begin dating, we obviously looked to a location where Iâ€™ve always felt comfortable: the guide shop.
And in case the preponderance of dating books for dudes is any indication, Iâ€™m maybe not the just one who has had that instinct.
Book shops like Amazon and Barnes and Noble are inundated with dating publications for males who would like to master all facets of romance, from just how to deliver a successful text to how exactly to have a marriage that is successful.
Just like numerous other components of life, reading informative, insightful and well written publications about dating and relationships made me way more confident in my own intimate prowess, which often made me a far better date, partner and â€“ dare we say it man that is.
Yet not all dating publications for dudes are manufactured equal. Though some offer well founded research and insightful anecdotes, most of them unfortuitously peddle unfounded nonsense and, in some instances, misogynistic bullshit.
We canâ€™t claim to own read every relationship guide beneath the sunlight, but I will (and do!) claim to have gotten very good at sniffing out of the books that are good the bad. Continue reading