Top book on dating
Love, romantic or otherwise, is a bit of a mystery, one that all of us experience but don't quite understand.Romance novels may capture what it's like to fall in love, right down to the sweaty palms and skipping heart beat, but if you want to understand what causes those crazy emotions, your going to have to leave fiction behind and try reading some nonfiction books about love.They might not have tense romantic plot lines and torrid affairs in them, but they can explain what makes those things happen.While it's nice to think of love in more romantic terms, like the way it's presented in love songs and rom-coms and Nicholas Sparks-style novels, there's another side to the story.The truth is, love isn't all about fate and soul mates — it's also tangled up in psychology, biology, brain chemistry, evolution, social expectations, and so much more.Your heart may pound a mile a minute when you lock eyes with the one you love, but your brain is to blame.
In Modern Romance , Ansari and coauthor Eric Klineberg dive into the mess that is dating, mating, and falling in love in the time of social media and sexy emojis.
A well researched book about love, technology, and human connection, Modern Romance will make you laugh out loud, sure, but it will also validate all of those insane "WHY ISN'T HE TEXTING ME BACK" emotions you can't control.
Click Here To Buy Covering over 2,500 years of human history, Simon May's Love: A History is just that: a in-depth and critical historical look at the idea of love through the ages.
Using history, culture, philosophy, literature, and more, May dissects love and all its forms, pointing out how things have changed and, more importantly, how some things have stayed exactly the same.
From its religious origins to its modern form, no kind of love is left unexamined in this fascinating and insightful book.
Click Here To Buy If you keep dating — and breaking up with — the same types of people, then Hannah Fry's The Mathematics of Love is the book for you.