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Why learn about relationships?
Simply because they are a core component of life.
One of the most important relationships you could have will be that of the romantic kind, which often can especially messy because of all the feelings involved.
Say bye to the stressful situations you often encounter while managing your relationship. Empower yourself with the knowledge to keep them as nice and sweet as summer breeze. Learn it all with the best books about relationships.
Sacred Relationship is a practical and spiritual guide and journal for couples to rekindle the love spark that started their fires and to maintain a steady heat for years to come. Following the format of Anni Daulterâs popular Sacred Series books, it is beautifully designed and illustrated, with chapters focusing on 32 weeksâeach with meditations and exercises on topics that couples are likely to encounter on their journey together. Husband-and-wife team Anni and Tim Daulter offer both useful tips and creative ideas for enriching life together, and the weekly encounters provide couples with helpful information and thoughtful prompts for journaling that invite both members of the couple to take an intentional look at the relationship and adopt a practice of personal reflection and soul nourishment.
If your heart is aching from a fresh break-up or even an old wound from a love lost, this book will hold your hand through the process of coming to the other side of that pain more powerful than ever.
Whether you are dating as an adult, a single parent, a widow/er or a senior and have experienced loss, or even if you have given up on relationships, or been single for a while, or are new to dating, this guide will tell you what you need to know to draw on your own life experience and knowhow and apply those skills to the dating process.
A handbook on how to achieve mutual happiness, through cooperative negotiation and communication. Couples are led through a step-by-step process whereby each one learns how to take care of what he or she wants and care for a partner’s happiness at the same time. How to Be Happy Partners is the perfect tool for designing and creating a relationship unique to your individual personalities and situation. With it, any couple can learn to work together to create a loving, sustainable, healthy, and happy partnership that both will treasure.
In this book, you’ll learn that everyone has a unique love style, and there are many right ways to love. Discover what love styles are, how they evolve, how to communicate about love, and how to use your differences to create romance and excitement in your relationships. You can make your differences work for you to enrich your partnership and your lives. You’ll find it delightfully refreshing in its approach to showing you how to use the differences in your lives to bring you closer together.
Sue Johnson talks about relationships from an attachment perspective reflecting on the ways in which our partners fulfill our needs for connection. This book is written for individuals to help them better understand their relationship dynamics and how they can better manage cycles of distress. Rather than working on behavioral changes that are often temporary, Sue Johnson uses metaphors and relational language to help couples better hear the intention behinds actions such as anger and distancing so together the couple can work together to stop fighting and start caring more about their relationship. Sueâs work is ground breaking and helpful for all couples hoping to feel more secure in their romantic connections.
Personal Recommendation: This book helped me understand loving in a non-attached, healthy way. No other person is responsible for our happiness but ourselves. The Way to Love helped me realize that I had been seeking outside validation from other people in my life instead of validation from within myself. I have posted quotes from this important book on my refrigerator to remind me of its potent lessons.
This book was from a time when the divorce rate wasn’t 50%. Women who want to stay married should heed that.
For understanding how we feel loved, The Five Love Languages shows five primary ways that we show love to each other and how we can easily mistake the love of our partner when they do not speak our language.
For understanding our different temperaments Personality Plus takes the reader through four specific personality types and is a great asset to the Five Love Languages book.
Written in fiction format but based on a true story, for forgiving a partner’s affair Stronger Than Broken shows that couples that seemingly grew apart can learn to grow together and find forgiveness.
For simple advice on how to improve relationships For Better or What has humor and great advice.
Personal Recommendation: Relationships are at the heart of what I write about and making certain that both of my main characters are strong, believable and loveable is key to readers connecting with that relationship. Ms. Jones’ book highlights and explains the important and wonderful ways men and women are different and how those differences can come together to create lasting love. I’ve found this book to be a wonderful reference for my writing as well as my twenty-two-year-old marriage.
The book guides you through each habit that helps you build the foundation for a loving and trusting relationship. It offers precious lessons that no one taught you before. It walks you through practical examples from his practice how to deal with push buttons in a relationship (we all know that this is a big one), how to talk with your significant other about a sensitive topic like finance and raising children. Moreover, it guides you through the challenges of raising children and how to speak to teens. It’s an invaluable guide for creating a long term happy family.
Man School: Relating with Women in the #MeToo Era is the essential book for men who want to have better relationships with women, while navigating the #metoo world. Praised by relationship experts, sex educators and the men who have read it, Man School is both an acknowledgement of women and a concise, direct and nonjudgmental education for men in what women need, how to effectively listen so that she feels heard and how men can develop themselves as leaders to provide the healing space that is very needed.
In this book readers will find different types of relationships. Arranged marriage, forbidden love, abusive relationship, and mother-daughter relationship, all based on a true story. This story takes the reader beyond the surface and shows how the cultural norms and rigid cultural structure created each one of these relationships and how they unfolded over time.