We’re taught many things growing up—math, physics, how to pay your taxes (sorta)—but no one ever teaches us about love. After a decade of failed relationships and heartbreaks, author Kirstie Taylor decided to take a break from dating and learn everything she could about exactly how love functions. This book is a collection of essays and poems encompassing all of the lessons Taylor learned about love in the process.
Much like an older but wiser sister, or a quirky aunt who punctuates passionate sentences with long sips of wine, Kirstie Taylor’s words in What I Wish I Knew About Love guide you from a place of experience, care, wit, and understanding.
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