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Author Terrie Lynn shares a heartfelt and engaging reading experience with audiences to share the reasons and motivations behind women and their decisions throughout relationships in her book “Why Did I Like You Anyway?”.
This is a self-help book on relationships. It is not about how to get a man or keep one. Its focus is on why women do what they do and like who they like.
This was such an engaging read. The author did an amazing job of immediately distinguishing herself and her work by making this book quite clear on what it isn’t and what it is. Shying away from the kind of self-help book on dating that helps people find ways of gaining their perfect person and instead focusing on the ways in which relationships fall apart, to begin with, and what people can do to work on themselves and their own happiness first was an inspiring and motivating choice to move with, and it made for such an amazing reading experience.
The author does a fantastic job of balancing the lessons that the author gained insight from and is passing on to the audience with the personal experiences that led to those revelations. The insights and themes the author touches upon here range from the pitfalls of dating in general and the ways in which dating changes with age, to the more serious subjects like dating while in a toxic relationship and heading into relationships simply to avoid loneliness rather than love itself, and with these subjects the author is able to bring both knowledge and emotional weight to the experiences she shares with the audience herself, making this book so compelling.
Memorable, heartfelt, and engaging, author Terrie Lynn’s “Why Did I Like You Anyway?”, is a must-read nonfiction book on relationships and emotions as a whole. The fast-paced yet nuanced and thought-provoking read will stay with readers long after it’s finished and helps build a more positive and healthy outlook on dating and self-acceptance rather than the lie that society teaches us all, especially young women, that a relationship and marriage are a necessity rather than an honor when and if it happens to you. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!
About the Author
Terrie Lynn was born and raised in Akron, Ohio until she went on vacation to Atlanta, GA and stayed for 20 years. Currently living in the D.C. area. She is a graduate from Georgia State University with a major in Communications and a minor in theater. Her passion for writing is not to preach or judge, but to aid in one reflecting on their own behavior.