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The easiest way to find someone like that is firstly by assessing who’s actually picked up a book since finishing school, and secondly by assessing their book choices.

e Harmony has found that guys who mention reading as one of their favourite activities receive up to 19% more messages on dating apps than those who don’t.

It's been fun watching Ethan Hawke grow up on screen.

He registered with moviegoers early on as a soulful, passionate youth in "Dead Poet's Society" (1989) and "White Fang" (1991) and came of age in "Gattaca" (1997) and "Training Day" (2001) before settling into maturity in "Boyhood" (2014). It's been fun watching Ethan Hawke grow up on screen.

With divorce rates for first and second marriages well over 50%, something is clearly missing in our approach to a lasting relationship.

Millions of otherwise intelligent, well-adjusted women fall in love and marry men with whom they are truly incompatible.

He also debunks many popular myths, such as "dating around is unchristian" and "God will definitely bring the right one to you." Copyright © 2011 Christianity Today.

So the media periodically declare, before abruptly reversing course and celebrating the proliferation of online dating apps and options.

Moira Weigel's sprightly, gently feminist history, "Labor of Love," feeds on such ironies. The institution's changing contours derive, she suggests, from the evolution of gender conventions and technology, as well as other social transformations.

Last year, when I read the Cormac Mc Carthy book, I was preparing to move across the country, working 50-hour weeks, shedding a dysfunctional relationship, and experiencing more intense episodes of anxiety than I had in years.

Reading was one of the only things that helped to quiet the din in my brain.