Best Recommended Books for Single Guys and Girls in India
The urge to start a love relationship is strongly prevalent in our young generation. However, often, they forget the basis of a relationship and rush towards the excitement part, which seems easy at first but highly addictive and uncontrollable later. We have seen our youth not knowing completely the why part of it and despairingly making efforts to experience the desire of just being loved by someone.
Our society keeps this generation from being aware of this part of life. As a result, the youth themselves get into this quest for love and romance that often reflects the lack of understanding and communication. The mere approach of expectations is not well crafted, which hardly makes sense leading them to often give up on love and compassion and leaving their life feeling lonely and empty. We believe we as a society are responsible for making them understand what true love and relationship mean. And how to approach this delicate part of their emotions and feelings with complete awareness and independence. Also, ‘single’ status is often perceived as unwanted or no fun at all. It needs to be seen through complete maturity and a sense of self-love.
We need to offer clarity, and what’s better than conveying it through solid storytelling and relatability? We have come up with the best book recommendations for single guys and girls in India, which undoubtedly helps them to have clarity about being single, how to carry themselves and even if they like to approach love and relationship, what is the ideal way for it. Let’s start with the most promising of them all.
By Bhavik Sarkhedi and Suhana Bhambhani
India’s best content writer, Bhavik Sarkhedi and his colleague Suhana Bhambhani, an ex-investment banker, have come up with the book The Unproposed Guy and its winning over the reading enthusiasts. The book is about a character named Kevin, whom you know very well as he possesses some of the attributes that undoubtedly one of your friends has.
You know, the funny, honest, straightforward guy who crosses paths with blunders now and then. The book’s main character happens to be experiencing a difficult phase of his life as ‘Existential crisis. Kevin is the unproposed guy for several reasons, but he is also a life warrior. The book is highly relevant to the youth and tells you more about yourself that you have hardly explored. Easy to read, relate and comprehend. Grab your copy today for a great read.
Attached: The New Science Of Adult Attachment And How It Can Help You Find— And Keep— Love
By Amir Levine and Rachel S. F. Heller
In this book, authors Amir Levine and Rachel S.F. Heller speak about a basic attachment theory that affects early relationships and reveals much more about adult relationships. The theory explores three kinds of personalities in a relationship — anxious, secure, and avoidant.
Anxious people often are overwhelmed with their relationship and doubt the ability of their partner to love them back. Secure people are comfortable and sorted in their relationship and keep the warmth and love alive for a long time. The third personality of people is avoidant, who fear losing their independence as they get close to their partner and eventually lose sight of it. Read to know more.
Don’t Forget Your Crown: Self-Love Has Everything To Do With It
By Derrick Jaxn
Derrick Jaxn, the author of the book, believes that most of us have not yet explored the foundation of love, which is self-love. As a result, we often fail and are scared to lift ourselves. You need to start again withholding your crown of self-worth before putting anyone else on the priority list. You can’t blindly love someone and expect them to make you feel good.
It also takes a dig at our society that doesn’t focus on the critical concept of self-love and self-esteem. It’s not about telling you how to get the girl of your dreams. Instead, it tells you how to start the entire process of love right from loving- yourself first before anyone else. When you are enough for yourself, that is when you are ready to share it with the love of your life and when it’s the time, you will know with complete clarity.
Status Single: The Truth About Being a Single Woman in India
By Sreemoyee Piu Kundu
It is a prevalent fact that the society in India doesn’t hold a soft corner for single women, which creates an arduous journey for them to embark on. The author Sreemoyee Piu Kundu has put in great effort to write this book, focusing on the single status of women in our society and what all they have to go through, especially when you are in your 30s and going further in that phase.
Single guys and girls should read about the story of the challenges that single women face and how they overcome the same. Not to fear the single status but get motivated enough to responsibly take charge of their life because that matters the most.
I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships
By Michael S. Sorensen
The relationship is a responsible opportunity, and looking after it needs you to be skilled at various things that often go unnoticed. People often ignore some provisions in the relationship that lead to failure and heartbreaks. In the book, the author Michael S. Sorensen speaks about the most common yet highly ignorable skill in a relationship called Communication. a skill the majority of us struggle with.
No matter at what stage you are in your relationship or even single, the book will help you start a conversation, build it up, speak about expectations most simply, and many more with just Communication. The book highlights some of its proven techniques and importance, for example, calmness, being supportive, caring, showing respect, resolving issues, keeping ego aside, and so on. The book intends to focus on communication skills that can deliver favourable results and meet expectations in any relationship stage.
Single That: Dispelling The Top 10 Myths Of The Single Woman
By Acamea Deadwyler
Author Acamea Deadwiler believes every relationship status is an opportunity, and we must own it with absolute pride and sheer audacity. If someone is single, that doesn’t mean they are desperate, broken, or lonely. Suppose you are even in your 30s or 40’s. That in no way means that you are not meant for love or hard to love. When it’s time, you will know and might find your love in any phase of your life.
The book discusses the single status most of us don’t want to associate with and the top 10 myths about those who are single at any phase of their life. It reveals the unexplored part of our perspective on single women. It vanishes the myth of being single is lonely’—a must-read for single guys and girls who need clarity about single status.
So, you are single, not to worry. Pick your choice from this list of best books to see how being single can be beneficial and how it is as normal as being in a relationship. Grab your preferred one today!