Dating Set - The School Of Life

Additional Information

Delivery Return Payment
View all products
Dating Set
  • All
  • Relationships
Price

$26.00 $23.40

MSRP:

Dating Set

  • All
  • Relationships

Choosing a partner is one of the most consequential and tricky decisions we will ever make.

This Dating set contains 'How to Find Love' a book that explains why we have the ‘types’ we do, and how our early experiences give us scripts of how and whom we love. It also contains 'Dating Cards' a collection of cards that can be used on a date to help provoke the best kinds of discussion.

 

Save 25% on the individual purchase price of each item with this gift set.

  • Weight: 0.26 kg
Price

$26.00 $23.40

MSRP:

SKU

11336

In stock
View basket

Contained in this set:

How to Find Love:

This book explains why we have the ‘types’ we do, and how our early experiences give us scripts of how and whom we love. It sheds light on harmful repetitive patterns and the extent to which we are not always simply choosing people who can make us happy. We learn the most common techniques we use to sabotage our chances of fulfilment and why, despite their costs, we unwittingly engage in them. This book provides a crucial set of ideas to help us make safer, more imaginative and more effective choices in love.

Chapters Include
Introduction: From Reason to Instinct
Why We Fall in Love with Particular People
Our Problems With the People We Are Attracted To
Improving Our Problematic Instincts
Obstacles to Finding Love
Conclusion: Realism

Hardback book | 96 pp | 181 x 110mm

Dating Cards:

Great dates are made up of great conversations: ones where we find out more about one another, discover what makes us both tick, share some of what we like and reveal how we see the world. This is a collection of cards that can be used on a date to help provoke the best kinds of discussion.

This pack includes 52 cards, each one posing an intriguing question or setting a challenge, designed to provoke, entertain and stimulate.

As a bonus, the cards are graded according to how probing they are (Easy, Medium and Hard) so that you can playfully match the discussion with the flow of an evening.

Example Questions:

How might you entertain a five-year-old child that a friend left you with for an hour or two?
Sketch the course of three previous relationships you’ve had.
Without thinking too much, complete the sentence: ‘The problem with most of the people I’ve been on a date with is…’
Who would you like to go back and apologise to – and for what?
Describe your first kiss?
What are the main points you would like to be covered in a speech at your funeral?

52 question cards with box | 90 x 65 x 20mm | Instructions included