Top dating self help books
With Amazon reviews like “Where has this been all my life?
” the book has proven to strike a chord with readers.
Amy Webb, Data: A Love Story (2013) Amy Webb had a specific idea of what she wanted in a partner, and online dating seemed to be the best way of meeting a guy who fitted the bill.
In it, Elina Furman looks at why so many women dating after 30 aren’t committing, explains that it’s not weird to enjoy being single, and identifies which behaviors hold you back from true intimacy.
With quizzes, and insights from Furman's own history, this is ideal for women (and men!
Only, there was one problem: her specifics were specific, and the sites she was trying were giving her too many vague matches to be truly useful.
So, she gamed the system, crunching the data to figure out how to filter for her perfect man – and how to write about herself in a way that would attract him.