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If it's Raining Men, Why is your Bucket Empty?

by Ronald C. Moore

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A Commonsense Approach to Relationships

“If it’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?” by Ronald C. Moore, MSW, is a guide to help a person find and maintain a committed relationship. Moore divides the book into two sections: one, Relationships in Popular Culture and Modern Society; and two, The Fundamentals of Dating in the Modern World. Within each section, he points out various strategies to use to break the norm of divorce and infidelity, which is often glorified in our modern society and media as well as how to tell if someone is truly interested in you.

There are many books currently on the market that deal with relationship issues, but what sets “If It’s Raining Men, Why is Your Bucket Empty?” apart is that Moore’s practical strategies actually make sense. An example of Moore’s advice, that we often overlook on our own because we want a relationship to develop and work without looking at the bigger picture, is that “The truth of a successful relationship is pretty straightforward – it requires both partners to be committed to each other and to the idea of maintaining a long-term relationship.”

I recommend this book to anyone that is looking to find and to maintain a long-lasting relationship.

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