- To forecast your relationship's future, you are the worst person to ask.
- Men are the real romantics in heterosexual relationships, not women.
- The amount of sex you should have to keep your relationship going strong is lower than you think.
- It's okay to be selfish. Putting me before you, can help both of you.
- When it comes to closeness, you can have too much of a good thing.
- Struggles actually strengthen your relationship.
- In terms of partner support, what you’re not seeing is more important than what you notice.
- When your relationship doesn't help you become a better person, ending it does.
|Publisher:||Little, Brown and Company|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.10(d)|
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 What If Everything You Know About Relationships Is Wrong? 15
Chapter 2 "Men and Women Are Just Different" 31
Chapter 3 "True Love Should Be Perfect and Effortless" 54
Chapter 4 "I Can't Be Attracted to Someone Who Isn't Gorgeous and Successful" 76
Chapter 5 "If We're Not Having a Lot of Sex, We're Not in Love" 97
Chapter 6 "If You Loved Me, You'd Change" 117
Chapter 7 "It's Wrong to Be Selfish in a Relationship" 136
Chapter 8 "We Need to Be Closer" 154
Chapter 9 "The Less We Argue, the Better" 174
Chapter 10 "I Need You to Always Be There for Me" 193
Chapter 11 "If We Break Up, I'll Be Broken" 211