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5 Best Relationship Books To Read For a Strong Relationship

Relationship is a course we should be studying in school because we have seen so many people who prospered in every area of their lives but failed in their marriage and later affected every area of their lives. However, we are grateful for some authors who have helped us with their experiences so far and now we can read from their experiences to avoid the mistakes they made or probably the mistakes others brought to them.

You can get these books on Amazon and can also ask from friends and family because they are common books that they are likely to have. I won’t be amaze if some of us have read some of these books.

Below are 5 best relationship books to read for a strong relationship:

1. The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts by Gary Chapman

You’ve probably heard of the five love languages, and this is the book that explains what they are and how recognizing what makes your partner feel loved can help deepen your relationship. It’s a pretty quick, active read and one with practical applications you can put into place right away, no therapist’s couch required.

This book has proven invaluable as a tool for clients in understanding that we all have different ways of feeling loved. One partner may give kind words because that’s what he needs in order to feel loved, but his partner may need quality time instead.

Giving what your mate needs rather than what you need increases your chances of feeling connected.” “This book is a perennial best seller and has been for decades,” says Winch. “And for good reason. It’s simple, short, and effective.”

2. The All-or-Nothing Marriage: How the Best Marriages Work by Eli J. Finkel

By doing a deep dive on how marriage functions from 1620 to the present, this book looks at how our relationships have evolved alongside society and offers data-driven “love hacks” on how to get the most out of yours today. It’s a must-read for those who like their advice with a side of serious research.

This book explains how marriage has evolved over centuries, why the best marriages today are better than those of the past, and what people can do to increase the odds that their marriage will be one of them. The book surprises us with the history of relationships, and helps us see how they have evolved today. The new challenge is to be able to support our partner’s dreams.”

3. Listen, Learn, Love: How to Dramatically Improve Your Relationships in 30 Days or Less by Susie Albert Miller

If you like your self-help in an actionable package, this 30-day guide is for you. With digestible, practical and even humorous tips for how to improve relationships, this book will also keep you accountable with an included progress tracker.

Also Check Out: THE 5 IMPORTANT STAGES BEFORE STARTING A RELATIONSHIP

4. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country’s Foremost Relationship Expert by John M. Gottman, Ph.D. and Nan Silver

Written by one of the country’s foremost marriage experts and co-designer with his wife Julie Gottman of the Gottman Method, this book is basically a roadmap to how marriages should function.

His findings after studying couples over a period of years are both super head-smackingly straightforward and deeply impactful. You can check out the Gottman Institute.

5. Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want by Alexander H. Solomon, PhD

You know the saying, “put your own oxygen mask on first?” By that same principle, you need to know what kind of love you’re seeking before you can find it. This book can help you do that, no matter what your current relationship status.

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