Dating book by founder of eharmony

I found it and read through it while I was in between buying new books.

This book was written by the psychologist who started

All of his points where just that, a small point which quickly moved on to the next.

In just 10 short chapters, editor Gian Gonzaga, Senior Director of Research and Development at e Harmony, helps you reflect on your past relationships, assess who you are at present, and identify key qualities to look for in a future partner.

It’s packed with invaluable advice based on years of e Harmony research, and features fun compatibility quizzes, tips on creating the perfect online profile and real-life success stories.

Nonetheless, given the title, it does feel incomplete without addressing actual operational strategy.

I'm not going to lie, I almost didn't put this book on my goodreads shelf, because I'm slightly ashamed to admit that I read it. Written by the founder of e Harmony (which brought two of my best friends together to produce one of the strongest marriages I've ever known), "Finding the Love of Your Life" is better described by its subtitle "Ten Principles for Choosing the Right Marriage Partner." Rather than giving a when, where, or how for FINDING a spouse, Warren outlines some seri I'm not going to lie, I almost didn't put this book on my goodreads shelf, because I'm slightly ashamed to admit that I read it. Written by the founder of e Harmony (which brought two of my best friends together to produce one of the strongest marriages I've ever known), "Finding the Love of Your Life" is better described by its subtitle "Ten Principles for Choosing the Right Marriage Partner." Rather than giving a when, where, or how for FINDING a spouse, Warren outlines some serious considerations to take into account when evaluating whether you should marry a certain person or not.

Others you may not have considered in the way Warren presents them.

For example, Warren's reasoning for abstaining from premarital sex: it clouds your judgment as to whether or not the person your with is actually a good match or a good mate.

I think 1) that would've made this book much longer, and the topic may be best served as a separate book (or perhaps another medium instead of print), and 2) it would've diluted the message of this book.

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