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Why You'll Never Find the One: And Why It Doesn't Matter

Why You'll Never Find the One: And Why It Doesn't Matter

by Sarah Akinterinwa
Why You'll Never Find the One: And Why It Doesn't Matter

Why You'll Never Find the One: And Why It Doesn't Matter

by Sarah Akinterinwa

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Available for Pre-Order. This item will be available on February 7, 2023

Overview

A funny and affirming illustrated guide, in New Yorker cartoonist Sarah Akinterinwa's signature style, that offers a unique approach to finding love (or not).

This illustrated dating guide by cartoonist Sarah Akinterinwa, rooted in her experiences as a Black woman in her late twenties, encourages readers to be introspective, honest, and practical in their love lives. Through vignettes with scenes from modern dating, the book's main character walks the reader through the ins and outs of being single, defining what you want in a partner, navigating dating apps, the value of therapy, contending with family expectations, and remaining optimistic about finding a relationship that's right for you.

The book includes cheeky illustrated sidebars and commentary, such as:
 
  • A recipe for the perfect partner
  • Updated love languages
  • Dating affirmations you didn't know you needed
  • Advice for taking yourself on solo dates
  • And more, all with an inclusive perspective on race, sexuality, and body image

The stories, practices, and tips in this guide offer support for the lovelorn millennial, and anyone wading through the challenges of dating and being single in today's world, leaving the reader with the recognition that there might not necessarily be "one" perfect partner or way to be in a relationship, but rather, many possibilities—in dating and in life.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781797222530
Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date: 02/07/2023
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Sarah Akinterinwa is a British cartoonist, illustrator, and writer. She started her career in 2020, during the first lockdown of the COVID-19 pandemic by creating the comic Oyin and Kojo, which now features in the New Yorker. Her work explores dating, relationships, identity, politics, and navigating adult life as a young woman of color.

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