After a relationship is broken up, many people start looking for books on relationships. You may be interested in knowing how to choose the best books on relationships among the many offerings out there. If so, read on. You will not be disappointed.
The qualifications of an author, which adorn his name by sticking to it like a tail, impressive as they may look may not be an indicator of the usefulness of the book. There is an oriental proverb that says a picture of a vegetable can’t be cooked into a dish. Academic people can often be impractical. If a person chooses to find more time with books than with people, he or she can hardly be an expert on human relationships. At best, he or she may dish out theories of psychology, many of which might just pass over your head!
What you should look for is an author is his track record. He should have been out in the field helping people make up and solder their broken relationships. Better still, if they had had personal experience of having broken up with their sweethearts.
What you should look for is a book that will give you new information; information that your friends can’t give you. Specifically, books that tell you what women crave the most, books that serve as step by step guide for how to give it to her and books that show you how to recover from an affair and outline specific techniques to get relief from your pain will be the most rewarding.
A good indicator of a book’s usefulness is the type of people who are recommending it. If they come from real people living at different parts of the world, then chances are that the ideas given in the book have universal application and that the book will work for you.
I have not written any book on relationships (mercifully!) but I have gone through a lot. Finding the best books on relationships can take some efforts. But, considering the importance of relationships, investing your the time and money in the very best book