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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends by Heather Dugan gives good tips and advice on how to date like a grownup and build relationships that add value to life. It will guide readers on how to navigate obstacles and hit the open road ahead by avoiding repetitive relational roundabouts. The author shares collected conversations and many cringe-worthy stories which reveal some of the missteps. The book is a good guide when it comes to dating and it speaks about self-assessment, goal-setting, and understanding dates. There are tips on characters and scenarios that should be avoided, and also tips on how to open someone's heart slowly. The information from her practical experiences and some solid principles will help readers decide who is right for them.
Date Like a Grownup is interesting and will help many readers to see common mistakes and the usual traps which happen so that the dating process can be made enjoyable. Heather Dugan deals with the topic extensively, leaving no room for doubt when it comes to dating techniques, and it is equally helpful to men as well. It is a good book to learn how each side thinks. I like the author's writing style, it is simple and with a tinge of humor which makes it an entertaining and fun guide. The tips on setting personal standards when it comes to dating will be helpful to readers who want to get beyond temporary partners and game playing. It is a good book for singles to have on their bookshelf to use as a guide when it comes to their dating life.