This post is a list of quotes from the book - The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren. The Soulmate Equation is a hilariously witty and feel-good novel which proves once and for all that while data may be easy to crack, dating isn't quite so simple.

The Soulmate Equation Quotes

I’m not willing to endure boring or outright terrible dates just for orgasms. They make battery-operated appliances for that.

The problem with epiphanies: they never arrived at a convenient time.

Being a solo parent at a school event was like being a single person at a couples’ party. Minus the wine.

One of the biggest sins in statistics is cherry-picking—choosing which data sets to include in analysis after the study is finished.

Dating in our thirties is different. It requires us to get our shit together, and most days just being a mom and hustling my ass off to keep my head above water takes everything I’ve got. Where am I going to find the time and energy to hunt for a good guy when most of the dudes on Tinder think a quick drink earns them sex?

Empty companionship was lonelier than being alone.

People need to listen to their bodies. If you’re tired, sleep. If you’re hungry, eat something. Parents need to stop scheduling these kids to death.

Oh, honey. Don’t let the age of men with good circulation pass you by. Trust me.

Scientists are often pretty critical of other scientists and what we choose to do with our time and knowledge.

We’re both scientists. It wouldn’t be our natures to dive headlong into anything.

I’m learning it’s best if the moms stay out of it. Kids argue. Sometimes it hits our own buttons, and we make it into more than it needs to be.

Statistics can’t tell us what will happen, they can only tell us what might happen.

Destiny could also be a choice. To believe or not, to be vulnerable or not, to go all in or not.