The truth about dating guides

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Rather than let their feelings navigate them blindly through their tumultuous adolescence, Chad offers clarity, some surprising re Chad Eastham, with his typical wit and wisdom for teens, brings much sought after advice on girls' favorite topics including dating, love, friendship, and other important stuff. Just a few things girls will learn include: Five things you need to know about love; Eight dumb dating things even smart people do; Ten reasons why teens are unhappy; and Ten things happy teens do.Chad shines some much-needed light on these major issues for teens. Any teen can live a happier, healthier life: they just need to hear The Truth. The Truth about Dating, Love & Just Being Friends is a non-fiction, self-help book.Dating A Younger Guy You may be smitten with that younger guy for a number of reasons—his chiseled abs and the fact he makes you feel like Mrs. But according to some collegiettes, your conversations with a younger beau may feel a little off at times.“While I like to have fun, I also like serious conversation every once in a while,” says Rachel*, a college graduate who dated a 19 year-old during her mid-twenties.

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Yes, he has feelings for you in the heat of the moment, but if he hasn’t left his wife, children, and home, he isn’t going to. I don’t care how many trips he takes you on, or rings that he buys you. So many women fall for the fairytale idea that somehow he’s going to leave his family behind, and ride off into the sunset with you.

However, when I saw this book being featured on Booksneeze, I was curious about it.

The synopsis sounded funny and entertaining and not patronizing at all.

“His maturity was next to none.” We’re not accusing your younger boy toy of being incapable of having a serious conversation; however, it’s important to recognize that the two of you are at different places in your lives.

How can he understand your grad school applications freak-out if he hasn’t even declared a major yet?

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