Here are five tried and tested books for helping you get good at approaching, talking to, keeping and making love to women.
That wouldn't seem to fly with the Americans, who, for example, generally make a point to include their book club membership in their dating profiles, notes Discovery News.
"They are readers in search of other readers," the site sums up.
Social Clout: 17,876 likes, 6,408 followers URL: Bragging Rights: Simply the truth Published in 2004, “He’s Just Not That Into You” is a self-help book of sorts aimed at single women.
The premise is if he isn’t making an effort, he’s simply “just not that into you.” A New York Times bestseller that was featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” the book spawned a 2009 film of the same name.
It’s Neil Strauss’s story of how he went from dork author to pick up artist.
The book details his time with other creeps and how he was able to transform himself from AFC (average frustrated chump) to a guy who could talk to any woman in any situation. It takes time and training to master the art of talking to, living with and getting married to women.We believe that doing your research and getting out in the field is the best way to master the art.In short, those potential suitors better get reading because, romantically speaking, it matters a lot."American women utilized their status as readers and book club members to increase their popularity in the dating field and explained that they would never date or marry a non-reader," University of Kansas researcher Christy Craig writes at Eureka Alert.Craig isn't suggesting that women join book clubs for frivolous reasons.