(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, New York Feb 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Chatting, Hanging Out, Hooking Up, Dating, and Breaking Up:
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Romantic relationships aren’t what they used to be. Between changing social norms, new technologies, and the pandemic, Millennials – the generation currently in their 20s and 30s – are navigating a completely new landscape to find and maintain romantic relationships.
“Millennials today have dozes of dating apps to choose from, social media overload, and constant stimulation,” said Dr. Kristina Hallett, a clinical psychologist and co-author of Millennials’ Guide to Relationships. “It can be overwhelming to enter today’s dating scene, especially during the pandemic.”
Millennials’ Guide to Relationships, by Drs. Kristina Hallett and Jennifer Wisdom provide Millennials – and people of all ages – with smart tips, suggestions, self-assessments, and advice for improving all kinds of relationships. The authors are both clinical psychologists; Dr. Hallett is a Connecticut-based therapist who specializes in interpersonal relationships, and Dr. Wisdom is a Portland, Oregon- and New York City-based researcher who studies and writes about the Millennial experience.
The book is designed to empower Millennials – and individuals of any generation – in understanding themselves and making smart choices to develop happy and healthy relationships. Throughout the book, the authors continually press the reader to consider what they want, and why they want it. This push for clarity, facilitated by self-assessments, questions for pondering, and clear tips, helps readers navigate the world of romantic relationships. The authors also clarify that it’s okay to NOT want to date, and that marriage is no longer the end-goal it used to be. We are living in a fast-paced culture and rush to meet “The One” and fall in love, but in reality, it doesn’t work that way. This guidebook continues to redirect the reader to follow what they truly want and come to an empowered place to guide their desires into reality.
Millennials Guide to Relationships offers readers advice on safe dating and safe sex during the pandemic. What one partner might feel ok with the other might feel very uncomfortable. Defining these before you go out on that date or meet up with your partner is necessary so both parties feel safe. This book provides the reader with essential tools and ideas to think about when dating during the pandemic. Millennials will find this section extremely useful whether they are dating, hooking up, or in a serious relationship.
Millennials’ Guide to Relationships, released February 14, 2021, provides Millennials and others with tips and tools on how to have happy and healthy relationships, including with friends, work colleagues, romantic partnerships, and with ourselves. The book is part of the Millennials’ Guides series, including Millennials’ Guide to Work and Millennials’ Guide to Management and Leadership. Published by Winding Pathway Books, Millennials’ Guide to Relationships is available on Amazon.com and IngramSpark.
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