Kaye This sweeping epic of love and war is set in 19th-century India follows a English boy brought up as a Hindu, the British soldier he becomes, and of his passionate and dangerous love for Juli, an Indian princess. Book-Club-For-Two will give you something new to focus on and talk about, and it will help you learn more about how your partner sees the world. D This book talks about eliminating the negativity from daily interactions between couples. Still, the book makes an awesome job at reminding and showing! Rather than allowing herself to go down the wrong path, Doyle decided to make the best of her situation. When Lucy and Owen meet during a blackout, they immediately feel a connection. It's best if you and your partner read these books together, but even if one partner doesn't participate, the other can share and model some of the positive skills he or she is learning.
By discovering your own love language and your partner's, you can build understanding and better communication. Readers will walk away from this book knowing how to tackle tough challenges with their partner in ways that help bring them together. Non-Violent Communication teaches readers how to communicate and resolve conflicts peacefully and productively. However, in a mindful relationship, you are intentional with your actions and interactions with your partner. Men might also want to check out Dr. You just have to know which ones to pick up.
Everyone marries into some problems, which can end up driving a wedge between people. To engage in soul gazing, face each other in a seated position with your knees close to touching and hold eye contact for 3-5 minutes. Readers like this book for its simplicity and creativity. You will finish this book knowing what your next steps are and where to find the best resources for support. You are free to give non-verbal listening cues with your eyes or body language.
The author focuses on the fact that men and women think differently and why they think they way they do. It provides some good insights about how successful relationships work as well as tools to improve the quality of your relationships. Readers have found this book to be fun, enlightening, and even challenging at times, but it comes with many rewards and teaches a strong foundation for a happy life as a couple. This is a great book for people who want to improve their relationship by learning ways to communicate without blaming the other person and offering more understanding. Most of these problems result from feelings we are unable to express and conversations we are unable to have, and exposing those undercurrents can turn fights into intimate conversations.
The couples that tend to flock towards coaching with me are not people who are on the brink of divorce but people who are already in a fairly good place and want to level up their intimate connection. Harville Hendrix, who, in partnership with his wife, originated Imago Relationship Therapy. You find a lot of strong stories with strong characters in this genre. Those who want to improve their relationship with their spouse, work through difficult conversations in the workplace, or even make a deeper connection with friends and family, can benefit from reading this simple and practical book. What are your favorite resources on relationships? You are a team, and your partner's happiness should be as important as your own.
This guide to creating a long-lasting relationship is written with humor and wit and offers clinical wisdom for those who need to understand how to weather the storm when things get tough in the relationship. By Gary Chapman Chapman helps couples understand how to make each other feel loved. Emerson Eggerichs uses biblical and psychological research to teach the power of true love and respect. Fascinating and surprisingly hard to put down. Readers walk away knowing how to release the need for control and power struggles, communicate in a way that prevents arguments, and allow more happiness into your life.
Yes, you are allowed to blink. This book provides the reader with practical exercises for couples to practice regarding how they should interact with each other. A lot of communication errors can occur through the course of a week unfinished arguments, unmet expectations, unheard desires. Relationships are a learning lab for developing empathy, healthy communication, intimacy, and trust. But what does that really matter? Books can provoke intense and otherwise silently held beliefs, recall memories, force you to explore gray areas, or simply delight in the world, the intellect and the written word. This New York Times bestseller tells a riveting true story of the collision between ethics, race, and medicine; of scientific discovery and faith healing; and of a daughter consumed with questions about the mother she never knew.
Whether or not your relationship is going well, it's a good idea to read relationship books. First, however, a quick guide for those of you who have no idea where to start. Too bad nobody thought to warn the people living on it. Sex can be exciting even many years into a relationship, and Perel shows you through discussions and case studies how you can experience this. This is one of clinical psychologist top picks his other pick is Hold Me Tight. Letting go, giving your partner the benefit of the doubt, and practicing forgiveness will go a long way in creating a fulfilling relationship. Through his insightful stories, the author shows you how to heal your emotional wounds and restore the vital sense of playfulness in your marriage.
I was particularly impressed that a story set during this era managed to pull off being funny, charming, and romantic. Gottman gives concrete advice on how to make your relationship thrive. By Potter Gift This journal offers readers a question for every day of the year for three years with space for two people to answer the questions. Levine teaches you how to communicate if your partner has a different attachment style than you do and how you can come together and understand what the other person needs by recognizing and learning about their individual attachment style. After doing this and reading this book, it is easy to spend some sacred time together each day asking the questions suggested by the author, which will keep your relationship exciting. A book that will bring about conversations on God or not-God , spirituality, church, suffering and the meaning of life.