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Cupidity, 50 Stupid Things People Do For Love Reviews
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You’re a smart person. You really are. Most of the time. So why are you having such trouble making sense of your love life? Whether you’re single and wondering where your “one” could be hiding; head over heels in a new relationship and vowing that this time it’ll work; or finding that married life isn’t the thrilling adventure you’d once anticipated . . . you might be surprised to discover that the answer lies in your own ‘Cupidity’—stupid love. In this book, popular authors Hayley and Michael DiMarco identify 50 of the most common acts of Cupidity, ways to avoid them and learn from them, and some surprising things God has to say about relationships. With the help of their inside information, smart, successful love can be just around the corner.

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    Recommended? You Betcha!
    April 09, 2010

    The book is about learning what constitutes "Cupidity" in a relationship. According to the authors there are emotional, mental,physical,social and spiritual cupidity. From the first chapter "..acts of Cupidity aren't disastrous, and they are most often reversible.They're what some like to call opportunities to "fail forward." Every failure at love is just a chance for you to learn more about what not to do. And that's not just the case in dating; the first year of marriage is often full of close-quarters Cupidity."

    Cupidity is about the differences between a man and a woman and how each gender handles certain things like women wanting romance and a man wanting a soul mate. I found that each chapter gives advice as to how to avoid these Cupidity challenges, better know as stupid love, and to have the relationship you want with your special partner. Their was also relationship advice on how to deal with the spiritual cupidity as well.

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