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It looks at the frustration inherent in most people's dating journey.

Simpson, a psychologist, helps readers date like a man instead of a guy (and the women say "amen").

Winner blends personal experience, scholarly research, pop culture awareness, and theological truth to craft a brave treatise on chastity.

She candidly discusses her own reluctant journey, deftly avoiding formulas and issuing a compelling invitation to sexual purity.

Instead, Joshua Harris reminds teens about what it's like to have a God perspective when they decide to date.

From going over “Seven Habits of Highly Defective Dating” to guarding the heart, the author provides an outlook on dating as a biblical act rather than short infatuation.

Eric and Leslie Ludy are back again to tell their love story to a generation in a way that is both poignant and full of life lessons.

Pastors Gerald Hiestand and Jay Thomas counteract this problem with their paradigm-shifting view of purity and relationships—a view that challenges even the basic assumptions of evangelical subculture.

Unlike most books on dating, this one cuts straight to the heart of dating relationships, asserting with confidence that the line must be drawn at "no sexual activity" whatever.

Non-Violent Communication: A Language of Life by Marshall B. This is one of clinical psychologist Robert Solley’s top picks (his other pick is teaches readers how to communicate and resolve conflicts peacefully and productively.

He said that “anyone who feels they’re struggling in their relationship —and it only takes one partner feeling this way to count—will find [this] helpful as [a] framework.” As Solley writes on his website, this book is “clear, easy to read, well organized, and describes a great way to minimize judgment and blaming, and get to the underlying feelings and needs that really matter.” He also features a list of recommended resources on his website.