14 Best Books About Being Single Update 05/2022

A lot of people spend part of their lives alone. The break-up may have been hard for you. There are a few things about single life that aren’t very different from person to person, no matter what your situation is. How does it feel to wonder if you’ll ever find the right person? How does it feel to accept your new identity? Because everyone’s situation is different, there are a few books about being single that everyone should read, even if they don’t want to be single.

You can add these books to your reading list. Because they’ll make you laugh and cry. They may even make you believe in love again!

The Unexpected Joy Of Being Single by Catherine Gray

What if I die alone? Everyone who has been single for a long time has thought about this question. Our lives are built around the idea that we need to find our “other half,” which implies that we’re incomplete on our own. This book will change that. The author herself took a year off from dating to see what it was like to be truly single. This is what she found out.

Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton 

A must-read for single people of any age. You can pick this up and flip through any chapter to get a different message each time. As someone who doubts herself, Dolly’s voice is what you need (or your entire life). Reading her book is like having a conversation with a friend who really understands you, and her dating stories will always make you laugh because they are so funny.

LOVE! By Zoe Foster Blake

Her unique voice is why she’s a well-known Aussie. This is her third book about things that happen to the heart. Makes you love yourself, love being single, and love being in love. For someone who can help you when your heart is broken, this is the person for you.

No One Tells You This by Glynnis MacNicol 

A lot of people think that being single is a bad thing that happens to us. But what if it’s a choice we make to be single in the first place? When a 40-year old single woman writes a book about her life, it will touch people of all ages. This is a great book for women who love their own lives and don’t need to be in a relationship all the time.

Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Someone Who’s Been There by Cheryl Strayed 

This book is a reminder that life can be bad, but it can also be good if we’re willing to look at things in a new way. You should read this book if you’ve ever felt like your life was in a complete mess, especially after a break-up. This book is a good reminder that everyone has to fight their own battles. Sometimes it helps to know that you’re not the only one going through it. Even though it sounds cheesy, things will get better.

Ghosts by Dolly Alderton 

One of the most common things about modern-day dating is that it’s all about getting to know each other better. Getting a “ghost.” Dolly Alderton’s first book is a story about ghosting in relationships and what happens when you’re left to pick up the pieces. You’re sure to find a piece of yourself on every page of this book. It starts with an electric first date and ends with a lot of heartbreak.

How To Be Single And Happy by Jenny Taitz 

With so many ways to meet men, why are there more single women than ever? This book tries to answer that question. The book was written by a clinical psychologist, and it’s full of tools, mindfulness exercises, and positive psychology practices that will change how you think about relationships and how you see yourself. You’ll learn to stop putting yourself down too much and develop a new mindset that will make you happier than ever before, so you’ll be happier than ever.

The First Move by Emily Brooks

This book is a must-read for working women who are always having trouble with the dating scene. With chapters like “Have your own shit, and keep doing it,” and “Know what you want, and talk about it,” you’ll have a better idea of what you want from a relationship when you finish the book.

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It by Kamal Ravikant 

Love for ourselves can be hard work at first. In fact, it can take a long time to break. This book asks us to love ourselves as if our lives depend on it (because they kind of do). For people who have had relationships that didn’t make them feel good or who have low self-esteem, this is the book to get your hands on!

Higher Love by Jordanna Levin

The first half of this book is great for people who are single because it talks a lot about how important it is to have a strong sense of self before having a relationship. You then talk about getting back into the dating game with a clear goal in mind. That way, you’re said to attract the kind of love that truly fills you up.

Single On Purpose: Redefine Everything. Find Yourself First by John Kim 

There’s a huge difference between being alone and being lonely, and it usually comes down to how we feel about ourselves. This book comes from the author of I Used to Be a Miserable F*ck. It will show you how to put your relationship with yourself first, because, let’s be honest, that’s the most important relationship we have.

What a Time to be Alone: The Slumflower’s Guide to Why You Are Already Enough by Chidera Eggerue 

In What A Time To Be Alone, the Slumflower (award-winning blogger, speaker, creative director, and presenter of The MOBO Awards Chidera Eggerue) will be your life guru, confidant, and best friend. She is also your best friend and life coach. She’ll show you that being alone isn’t just OK, but it’s the best thing that’ll ever happen to you. You’re bad as hell, and you were made with a plan. I think it’s about time you did.

Conversations on Love by Natasha Lunn

Lisa Taddeo, Dolly Alderton, Candice Carty-Williams, and Roxane Gay are some of the best-known female authors in the world. Natasha Lunn, a journalist, was curious about how relationships work and change over time, so she put together a collection of essays from some of these authors.

The Lonely Hunter: how our search for love is broken by Aimée Lutkin

People ask: “So, what’s going on in your love life?” A simple question at a dinner party led Aimee Lutkin to finally tell the truth. It had been six years since her last relationship, and she thought it would be better to accept the life she had – a life she liked very much – than keep looking for love. Then, Lutkin said that she couldn’t give up on love. Then, she went on two dates every week. It sounds familiar.

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