5 Books to Read for Healthy Marriage Life

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“Books are a person’s best friends”

Books literally have all the answers in the world. From knowing about how the universe works to understanding the concepts of feelings. These can actually improve a person’s perspective of the world and can overall contribute in one’s holistic development.

This International Literacy Day we are here to give you some suggestions regarding books to read for healthy marital life.

    1. All About Love: New Visions by Bell Hooks

      All About Love: New Visions

In eleven chapters, Hooks explore different kinds of love, from romantic to parental. Love which can be painful and love with the self. The books give a beautiful insight and some hard hitting notes on our concept and perception of love. It will certainly stay with you after for a long time.

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

      The All-or-Nothing Marriage: How the Best Marriages Work

Diving deep into the “successful” marriages, Finkel tries to understand the technicalities of marital relationships and the things which ultimately affect couples’ happiness. He gives some advice for immediate action as well as long-term strategies: seven “love hacks” that take little time or reflection; four categories of how to channel greater levels of effort; and three ways of recalibrating the marriage so expectations match reality–and happiness can flourish.

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

      The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

This New York Times bestseller has transformed multiple lives worldwide. It gives great advises on staying in relationships and making them last. It gives us an introduction to the different love languages and how to find yours as well as your partner’s love language to have a happy married life.

    1. Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships by Dr. Sue Johnson

      Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships

Based in an intensive research, Johnson gives a new understanding of why people love and answers questions relating to monogamy and relationships. She shows us how to develop our “love sense” — our ability to develop long-lasting relationships

    1. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John M. Gottman and Nan Silver

      The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

After several years of rigorous scientific research, Gottaman came up with some principles to guide couples towards a healthy and lasting marriage. This book literally acts a guide for couples who want to make their marriage work in a healthy and happy way.

The above mentioned books are literally a drop in the ocean for a vast collection of books spread across various genres which can give one some really good and practical insights on a healthy and happy relationships. Thus, these book can act as a beacon of light for your relationship and can become a secret to your happy marriage.

Happy Reading!

Source: Goodreads

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