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Reviewed by Kristie Ingerto for Readers' Favorite
Dating like Airplanes: Why Just Fall in Love When You Can Fly? by Caleb Breakey is an excellent book for anyone who has struggled with having a meaningful relationship. It is also helpful for those who are currently in a relationship and want to strengthen it. This book is written in three main sections. The first section discusses falling in love, which is a common concept and one that occurs often; however falling in love can hurt and be painful. Caleb has shared his insights into this and the concept of flying in love instead of falling. The next section really focuses on the other person, that person whom you have chosen to have a relationship with, as it is important that the two individuals have some common ground and are aware of their differences and if they are harmful or not. Flying and the relationship soaring is the focus of the third section.
I really enjoyed reading Caleb Breakey’s book. Not only is this a great book to read for personal reflection, but it can also be a great resource and something to help you when a person comes to you seeking relationship advice. Breakey’s book is straightforward and easy to read as it is written in a conversational tone. Breakey shares his own experiences and stories and there are quotes and tidbits shared by others interspersed throughout the chapters. Breakey reinforces his thoughts with Biblical text and wisdom as well, making this a solid resource for anyone seeking a meaningful dating relationship or for anyone who counsels others or are often asked for advice.