Fortunately, Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht and Jennifer Worick have thought about these possibilities, and they've filled this gap in the world's knowledge with "The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Dating & Sex" (Chronicle).
The work is the third book in the "Worst-Case Scenario" handbook series, following the best sellers "The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook" and "The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Travel." Borgenicht said the idea for the original book came about because he was a fan of action movies and TV shows.
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It's an "otome" game (literally, "maiden game") that offers female players a harem of anime boys to court.And yet, although it is built for women, Mystic Messenger is not built for what women want as much as it simulates what we begrudgingly deal with.It's a dating simulator that makes a game out of emotional labour, a type of work that has players fielding others' emotional needs at the expense of their own."We knew her to be an avid dater," Borgenicht said.While acknowledging the book is meant to entertain as much as inform, Borgenicht wishes he had a copy when he was in the dating trenches.