Here, a list of the ten most iconic relationship books of the '00s.1. Their advice is simple: Men chase what they want—and will continue to pursue who they want—for as long as they want her. by Steve Harvey On the very first page of comedian Steve Harvey's self-help tome, he writes, "There is no truer statement: men are simple." Which is why we should stop overthinking their every email, text message, and casual gesture. by Helen Fisher Anthropologist Helen Fisher swiftly and systematically divides all of us into four distinct categories of lovers: The Explorer, who is a novelty-seeking, creative type; the Builder, who is cautious and conventional; the Director, who is aggressive and single-minded; and the Negotiator, who is an empathetic, idealistic talker.If they're not calling, they obviously don't want you. There are plenty of men out there willing to throw themselves at your feet. Harvey says that while women look to men to satisfy a number of personal needs, men require only three things in return: support, loyalty and sex. Fisher's conceit is that we naturally attract and repel others based upon our type. by Sherry Argov The provocative title alone has made this best-seller a standout, but the contents are just as audacious. Women are under the mistaken impression that they're living inside a real-life romantic comedy. It's been a confusing decade for the sexes, but we're confident that we'll figure it all out eventually.
If you need someone to talk to and help you sort out some challenges you’re going through, contact The Family Counselling Centre to learn more about what we do.While these are all valid benefits of marriage, they do not effectively explain what specifically about marriage makes it worthwhile.There are many couples that love each other but get divorced, as do those that have children, stability and companionship.Oddly enough, though, Harvey advises ladies to wait three months before bedding a new flame. Therein, author Sherry Argov advises women to stop acting desperate, and to start acting as if they are prizes to be won.Men, she says, will believe this, even if you don't, mesmerized as they are by your sexual power.