Love rules How to find a real relationship in a digital world
Book - 2018
Shares advice for women on how to find meaningful relationships in a complicated, largely digital, romantic landscape, offering recommendations for recognizing and connecting with prospective quality partners who are capable of intimate, long-term commitments.
New York, NY :
Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers
- First edition
- Physical Description
- xii, 235 pages ; 24 cm
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-).
- Main Author
- Part one: Take inventory
- Rule #1: Establish your ideal love weight
- Rule #2: Clear out your cupboards and sweep the fridge
- Rule #3: Begin a dating detox to reset your metabolism
- Part two: Date. Rinse. Repeat.
- Rule #4: The treadmill won't run on its own. Climb on and press Start.
- Rule #5: Choose the right recipes for your dating type
- Rule #6: You won't get skinny by eating the same old sh*t
- Rule #7: Stop with the comfort foods. It's okay to be a little hungry
- Part three: Shortcomings and love traps
- Rule #8: Alcohol is not a food group. Respect your limits
- Rule #9: Hookups are like french fries
- Rule #10: Porn is like chewing gum
- all artificial flavor
- Rule #11: Stick to natural sugars. Substitutes are bad for your health
- Part four: Love rules: the slow diet for the long haul
- Rule #12: Trust your gut and protect yourself with probiotics
- Rule #13: Set your own "best before" date
- Rule #14: Look for relationship role models
- Rule #15: Life is a feast. Take your place at the table.