Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.
Pretty primary suggestions if you ask me, I mean isn't all that stuff pretty obvious?
I wouldn't NOT recommend this book, I would just not recommend it for anyone who is almost graduated from college and still single.
This book was good, however I thought it was really really basic.
It gave advice like, don't be too clingy, stay busy after a breakup, and that confidence is attractive while insecurities are not.
Using the format of a piano concerto, Bytheway starts with the "Program Notes" and continues until the "Finale: Crescendo." The nine movements give advice on everything from who you should and should not date to dealing with a failing relationship.
Although this is not a work by a church authority and is, therefore, the author's own ideas, readers can easily relate to the straightforward tales of love and relationships.
John Glenn Bytheway is an American author and speaker who uses humor to teach and motivate youth, especially within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He is well known through his presentations at BYU Education Week, and Especially for Youth, and youth conferences, which are made available through other media.
Bytheway was born in October 1962 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended the University of Utah and then Brigham Young University, where he earned a masters degree in Religious Education.
He is a part-time religion instructor at BYU, teaching primarily on the Book of Mormon. He serves on the Aaronic Priesthood and Young Women Writing Committee for the LDS Church.
The insightful words of ecclesiastical leaders, parents, and entertainers combine to form a guide for readers who are clueless about single life.