4 Best Relationship Books That Will Help You

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Relationships are complicated. The best way to have a healthy relationship is by reading, learning, and growing together. Here are 4 books that will help you with your relationship:

1) The 5 Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment To Your Mate by Gary Chapman

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One of the most important things in a relationship is understanding your partner’s love language. This book by Gary Chapman will teach you how to speak and understand your partner’s love language, based on five different categories: words of affirmation, quality time, gifts, acts of service (devotion), and physical touch. The 5 Love Languages presents a series of clear strategies for showing your love that will bring greater happiness to both partners. It provides practical suggestions for learning what makes each other feel loved so that they can be more loving towards one another in return. Furthermore, it addresses the way difficult emotions like anger or resentment can damage a relationship when not addressed properly. Learn how to “speak” each other’s love language and do so each even more effectively.

2) Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus by John Gray

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Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus by John Gray is a bestseller that has sold over 50 million copies worldwide. It’s the most popular book on relationships of all time and for good reason. The author discusses how men and women have different needs when it comes to love, sex, communication, etc., but also stresses the importance of understanding our differences in order to find happiness with one another. Some people think this book is outdated or sexist because it emphasizes stereotypical gender roles. However, you can’t deny its effectiveness as a relationship guide! If you’re looking for insight on how to make your relationship work better – or if you just want some tips on how to understand your partner better – than this book will be a fascinating read.

3) Emotional Intelligence 2.0 By Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 is a guide to better relationships, improved self-esteem, and enhanced personal effectiveness by Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves. It teaches readers how to identify with their emotions without being overwhelmed by them through the use of emotional intelligence. This book also explains the difference between IQ and EQ or emotional quotient. The authors believe that there are many people who have high levels of intellectual ability but low levels of emotional intelligence which impacts their success in life, at work, and in relationships with others.

4) You And Me Forever By Rick Johnson

Rick Johnson’s You and Me Forever is a book about achieving the best possible relationships by understanding how we think. The author provides readers with insight into their own thinking and offers them tools to change it in order to make better decisions, resolve conflicts peacefully, and enjoy happier lives. He says that people often react to different situations differently because of the way they see them; for example, one person might see an argument as a personal attack while another sees it as a disagreement over something specific. Johnson argues that if you understand your reactions then you can take steps towards changing them or at least be aware of why they are happening so that you don’t just fall back on old habits when faced with new challenges.”

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