Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Book Review - Keeping Score

A guide to Love & Relationships.

Title: Keeping Score ~ A Guide To Love & Relationships.
Author: Marc Brackett.
Format: E book.
Pages: 128.
Genre: Non Fiction/ Self Help.
Blurb: Here.


The author of book, Marc Brackett had sent me a copy of the book in exchange for an unbiased opinion.

My Thoughts:
The author claims Keeping Score is a relationship book even a man will read. I wouldn't doubt that. This book is a very straight forward book regarding relationships. This wonderful pocket sized book can be targeted not only for married/committed couples but also for singles. The book is in the format of a questionnaire, which peaked my interest. Set up in sections, it has questions for both men and women. First comes the questions for Adam and Eve. The questions differ according to the gender. Going forward, the questions were divided into different subcategories which includes questions regarding career, money, faith, in laws, children etc. The book works side by side with the author's website, www.keepingscorebook.com. This is for an insight to the score you get after taking questionnaire in the book. 



 The book basically revolves around the questionnaire. Keeping Score: to say the least, is based on practicality instead of harping on unrealistic goals. One of the important factor discussed was money and rightly so. We are all aware that working on relationships cannot be done in a day. It takes time and patience from both parties involved in a relationship. The author goes on to give realistic tips on working on the relationships in our lives.    
The advice or tips provided are not out of the world or something which we are not already aware of. However, it sure does make one pause and analyse their relationship on a much deeper level. All in all an enjoyable read!

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