We have all come through that moment in life in which we don’t know what we are doing wrong in our relationship or on our dates, but we are not happy with our love life. How can we change it? Self-help books can help. Swide’s list of the must read.
books about love and relationships
If you are searching for a wise, personal, well-thought advice book, this is the right one. Born from the online Dear Sugar column, written by Cheryl Strayed (if you are interested in her life read Wild), this book is considered a “Bible for living” by many. Through personal experiences like the loss of her mother, Cheryl will feel like a wise friend who’s advising you on life.
It’s a “classic” that everyone should read. By John Gray, Amazon describes it as “The most well-know, long-lived, and tried-and-tested relationships guide ever”. Thanks to this book you will get to understand the opposite sex and improve the communication within the couple.
By Greg Behrendt, it’s a book that goes through stereotypes women build around men to make up excuses for them – and break them all. One of the famous quotes from the book you should keep in mind is ““Busy” is another word for “asshole.” “Asshole” is another word for the guy you’re dating. You deserve a f***g phone call.”.
Phil McGraw explains how to turn your boyfriend/girlfriend you already have into the perfect one. Not only, it also teaches you how to show the real you without fearing judgment.
If all these readings should fail and you find yourself still unhappy, the only way is to let that person go. But how not to be completely destroyed by the break-up and to handle it respectfully and in a serene way? Pam Spurr guide on how to survive a breakup, whether you are breaking up or someone breaks up with you.
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