There is no doubt that experience is the best teacher when it comes to learning about relationships. However, there are other ways we can improve ourselves and become a better partner or loved one.
Relationship books can provide us with a great deal of knowledge and wisdom that we need. They can help us learn more about ourselves, so we can better connect with others. Here are some of the best relationship books to read.
You picked up this book because your breakup has been reduced to something that you feel like you need to “win” to emotionally survive and move on.
That reduction can only take place if you were involved with a toxic person. Toxic people are selfish, empathetically bankrupt and have a limited relationship with reality. Anyone who gets validation by exploiting your hunger for theirs is toxic—to your peace, your life, and your mental health.
Breakups aren’t won by game playing or vilifying your ex. They’re won by realizing that the real “win” is losing a partner who has proven to be a dead end. This mentality destroys toxic people. They don’t know what to do when everything they relied on to feel powerful and significant is no longer there. Starting with your low self-esteem, lack of boundaries, and desperation for a crumb of their attention.
A new life is waiting for you at the end of this journey. A life with relationships that you don’t have to tolerate and eggshell walk your way through. A life where your ex regrets the day they ever decided to breach your trust and break your heart. A life where those who took you for granted wish you could find a way back into theirs. A life where you can choose to walk away from toxicity—instead of trying to be whatever someone may want, may commit to, may be honest with, and may treat with respect.
This book is for anyone who desires a genuine, loving, and fulfilling relationship. Hendrix shares what he has learned to help couples resolve their struggles and stop self-defeating behaviors that prevent greater emotional intimacy.
Getting the Love You Want allows you to reflect on and renew your idea of love, acceptance, and compassion. This will help you transform your relationship into a lasting source of intimacy and companionship.
In this book, Dr. Sue Johnson presents Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), which views love relationships as an attachment bond. The EFT, currently being practiced all over the world, has been regarded as one of the only couple therapies to actually work.
Hold Me Tight illuminates the emotional patterns that occur when we’re hurt and experiencing relationship conflicts. It teaches us how to heal those patterns, so we can save and nurture our relationships.
This book is a woman’s guide to unlocking a man’s mind and understanding his view of love, relationships, intimacy, and commitment. It is illustrated with practical principles and strategies for any woman wanting to find a good man or make her current relationship last.
Why Men Love Bitches uncovers the reasons why men find feisty women more magnetic than a “yes” woman. This book is filled with real-life scenarios and relationship advice that will inspire a unique perspective of men.
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