13 Books That Prove You Don’t Need A Relationship To Be Happy

Contrary to what Valentine’s Day marketing would have you believe, you actually *don’t* need to be in a relationship to be happy.

You Always Change the Love of Your Life (for Another Love or Another Life) by Amalia Andrade

Penguin Life

Big Friendship: How We Keep Each Other Close by Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman

Simon & Schuster

Consider it the anti–dating advice book: Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower reframes the entire notion by explaining why you don’t need to find a man, offering advice for recognizing your own worth first and foremost.

5-star review: “Although this book is called How to Get Over a Boy, I bought this book more as a guide to being a better woman. This book is an amazing way to bring yourself back up and to raise your standards of yourself up to where they should be. It’s a great book not only for advice on how to get over someone, but also how to find out who you are and knowing your worth.” —Kayleigh Kenworthy

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