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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Connect: How to Know if He's Really Your Man by Dawn Burnett is an interesting book that handles a relevant topic in an engaging manner. The author’s views on the topic are insightful and give hope to all those who want meaningful and lasting bonds with their partners. The book speaks about the pitfalls of dating in the digital age, how we become judgmental, and how we unknowingly sabotage our relationships in our own way. The author also has tips for choosing our partners wisely so that we can have healthy and lasting relationships. Filled with personal stories and experiences, the book will help to heal readers' hearts.
I found the book entertaining and the author handles the topic in a simple and easygoing way with some good illustrations. The author’s personal story of being a survivor of abuse, hardships, and painful lessons helps readers connect well with her issues. How she emerged from the toxic emotions that weighed her down is indeed encouraging, enabling us to chart our lives in a positive way so that we can find happiness now and in the future. Her insights are thought-provoking and profound, filled with wisdom, and help us to seek answers to heal our lives. Books like this are always fascinating as they help us discover ourselves and how to connect well with our partners. For all those who are stuck with relationship problems, this book is a good read and the simple steps to connect are useful to help readers live in harmony and have full clarity for better decision making.