Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do

Love Factually Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do After a break up Little Debbies chocolate and the charity of friends could not console Dr Duana Welch had the epiphany that transformed the way she lived her love life leading to verifiable objec

  • Title: Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do
  • Author: Duana Welch
  • ISBN: 9780986333200
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • After a break up Little Debbies, chocolate, and the charity of friends could not console, Dr Duana Welch had the epiphany that transformed the way she lived her love life, leading to verifiable, objective answers to her questions and yours The only fact based book to take men and women from before you meet until you commit, Love Factually blends heart, soul and evidenceAfter a break up Little Debbies, chocolate, and the charity of friends could not console, Dr Duana Welch had the epiphany that transformed the way she lived her love life, leading to verifiable, objective answers to her questions and yours The only fact based book to take men and women from before you meet until you commit, Love Factually blends heart, soul and evidence In a genre long on opinion and short on proof, Love Factually puts all the evidence in your corner for the most important and daunting task of our lives finding and keeping The One.

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    1. I found Love Factually to be empowering in the sense that it reinforces one's belief that they can and will attract a compatible mate with enough effort devoted to the task. Mainly, I realized that in order to partner with someone who puts me at my best, I'm required to do the same by helping them to be at their best in return. In reading Love Factually I was brought to realize that what I desire in an intimate partner is a direct reflection of what I must be able to provide in return. The part [...]

    2. I hadn't dated in almost 2 decades (since my early 20s)after my divorce and found the game had changed. I went online, catalog-style, to look for a partner. It was a wonderful way to meet lots of people but that wasn't the biggest challenge. Meeting men was easy. Having a connection *work*, however, was another story. I kept reading signals wrong and bludgeoned my way through the process quite a few times, getting attached to the wrong people and picking up the pieces of my worn shattered heart [...]

    3. This book is so insightful, intelligent, and warmhearted--I wish I'd had it when I was dating! Filled with accessible, personal stories as well as solid science, the book shows you not only how to look for love, but how to find it--and how to handle it when love goes away. Really a one-stop shop for singles. I was (and am) a die-hard fan of HE'S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU, which changed my life with its no-punches-pulled look at what dating should look like when you've found a healthy relationship. [...]

    4. Beautiful, must read book. A helpful reminder of what is really important and how to keep and find someone who is important to you.

    5. This is an interesting book of suggestions. Good food for thought. It would probably grate on a true feminist and I can easily see why this would result in negative reviews. I feel it encourages us to follow our past social norms, rather than create new norms but I guess in part understanding those norms leads also to change which this book also does in a comprehensive way. It's also a book that will date significantly through time as it meets only the current social problems of dating in my vie [...]

    6. After a break-up Little Debbies, chocolate, and the charity of friends could not console, Dr. Duana Welch had the epiphany that transformed the way she lived her love life, leading to verifiable, objective answers to her questions—and yours. The only fact-based book to take men and women from before-you-meet until you commit, Love Factually blends heart, soul--and evidence. In a genre long on opinion and short on proof, Love Factually puts all the evidence in your corner for the most important [...]

    7. Confession: I bought this book even though I am already married, because I had read some of the author's articles (which were excellent), and this topic interested me. Not so much the "finding a mate" (as I am quite satisfied with mine and he is stuck with me), but rather the application of science to such a subjective endeavor. I like Duana's writing, and I wanted to like her book. I did like it. I liked it enough that I have so far purchased 3 copies. I believe the information contained herein [...]

    8. I devoured this book pretty quickly. I got through it in about three sittings, and I'm normally a slow reader. This is an especially good book for those who haven't read many dating/relationship books before. I've read TONS of relationship books, and this distills some of the best advice into a single tome.I particularly like that this book provides comfort and hope to those who are struggling. One of my favorite parts was towards the end, when she tells the story of her friend Bella, who despit [...]

    9. Heard this author on the Art of Manliness podcast and though I am happily married, I have a close family member who is struggling with dating, so I thought I would pick it up for them and ended up reading it myself. Nice quick read with many applicable takeaways. I liked how she used scientific papers to reference all her facts. It would have been nice to have a few more details about the studies but that would have probably made it less readable. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who [...]

    10. Disclaimer: I won this bookNot only is this an enjoyable read - it is an informative one as well. I am not hunting for Mr. Right but if I was - I think this book would be extremely helpful. And I passed it on to someone who is single & I hope it helps her find what she is looking for (and I have little doubt if she follows the advice that she will).

    11. I loved this book. Who says science can't be romantic. While I only officially cited this book once or twice the book overall has had as much of an influence on my thinking on this topic as any other recent book.

    12. A lot of information about human evolution and certain tendencies of each sex, the way we attract a partner and how to keep them. A step by step guide for relationships and mating.The writing of the book was too girly for my taste although tolerable.

    13. Very interesting read. I don't agree with everything the author says, but she has some very, very good points.

    14. A MUST READ for anyone still dating or going back into dating. The best dating book ever - I wish I had had this book 25 years ago - would have saved me tons of heartbreak and mind-f*ckery.

    15. Very interesting to hear what science has to say about love. I have learned some very important lessons from this book. Super interesting facts. If you want to get a feel for the book I can recommend listening to the podcasts with Duana Welch that are available at The Art of Manliness and the Art of Charm podcasts (available on Soundcloud). The book is aimed at finding "the one" and there are important things to learn about this. Personally I would also have liked to hear what science has to say [...]

    16. Great concepts and the science behind why we act how we act when it comes to love. Great primer on this sort of thing aimed at us robots who haven't been programmed to understand emotion.

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