“Relationship Roulette, Single, Married, Divorced, Now What?”, a book by Theodore Lovelace, shows how longstanding personality patterns can interfere with getting what we really want. The book explores the mistakes most people make throughout the stages of being single, married, divorced, and re-married.
This book is easy to follow as it guides and helps you understand the most common danger areas while giving you the tools you need to navigate your relationships, as well as helping to answer so many questions no matter what relationship stage you are in or what type of relationship you are looking for.
“Along with our freedom, we also have an increased susceptibility for error; our freedom of choice allows us to choose poorly, regret decisions, and act on that regret, and ultimately take chances we would never take if we didn’t have that freedom to end our relationships”. This is saying that our freedom to choose “irresponsibly”, in many ways, has done more harm than good to us in regards to our relationships. This book is highly recommended if you are looking to understand your relationship dilemmas.
This book has everybody in mind regardless of age, field, educational or social background, as we all know that relationship is not something we can easily do without. It concludes by exploring the “Now What?” state, which provides the reader with ideas and suggestions after having experienced each relationship stage.