Dating makes you want to die
The other involves finding a permanent (or semi-permanent, anyway) partner. From the bar scenes and the first sexual encounter to deciding whether to move in together, Dating Makes You Want to Die walks you through every stage of the dating process—and, like a Belarusian arms dealer, provides the heavy artillery you'll need to destroy the potential problems lurking in each one.
Chapters such as ' A Fortress Unto Itself: The Single', ' We Are In Love (Maybe)', and ' The Death of Romance (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Paying Half As Much Rent)', all give advice on how to get through the twisted and disheartening journey.They won't jump up and say, "You hate being single, too? " No, they will back away and talk to the confident single girl who seems like she might be fun to hang out with. And you can let that happen only once you're married. After all, if you suck, that means they, as the only people willing to spend time with you, suck by proxy.Being a downer means that other downers will want to be around you, and doubling that Prozac prescription is pricey. You are the only one who knows your own heart—and deep down, you know that it beats inside the body of a pathetic, unlovable loser. It's all speed dating, matchmaking terror, and visits to your therapist.Whether it's the mortification, frustration, or just plain exhaustion that's got you ready to give up on love, this book is here to help.