Each one provides a unique way to better understand who you are and how you typically act within relationships.
You don’t have to be in a relationship for these books to be helpful; in fact, if you read these books before you get into a relationship, you’re much likelier to attract the right person.
Even more importantly, you’ll know ways to stay happy and connected once you find the person for you. You will finally understand why you picked your partner, even though they often trigger you and may seem like the worst possible choice for you on many levels.
There are wonderful exercises as well, for you and your partner to do together to make you feel closer. This book discusses the concept of attachment panic,which explains why you may feel so anxious and off-balance when your partner withdraws or acts distant.
This is a completely normal response for human beings, and Dr.
Thus, no matter your partner status, you can find a relationship book that suits you. And how do you decide that someone is the ‘the one’ when the internet presents us with endless possibilities?
Aziz Ansari, Modern Romance (2015) The era of dating apps and instant communication has fundamentally changed the rules of romance. In Aziz Ansari tackles all this and more, combining his trademark quips with genuine study into the intricacies of love in the digital era.
Even if you just suspect your partner may have ADHD, read this book.
For spouses of individuals with ADHD, this book can save your sanity.
This unusual relationship book tells the tale of how she used math and dating sites to meet her husband, and it’s a true inspiration for anyone wanting practical insight into finding love online.
This is a list of the top 10 books that I recommend to clients, both in individual and couples counseling.
In this book, he guides you through figuring out what you’re doing right and wrong within your marriage, using self-tests (do you love quizzes? This book is science-based yet easy to understand, and will give you concrete advice to help your relationship thrive.
Ty Tashiro was a professor on my dissertation committee!
The world of relationship books is huge, and varied, ranging from the hokey to the controversial to the genuinely helpful.