Good Marriage Books

Good Marriage Books

If you go to the bookstore, then you’ve probably seen hundreds of books on fixing your marriage.  How do you cut through the garbage and find just the right book for you?

You’re probably looking for a book right now to help you with your marriage. I’ll  give you a mini marriage book to help you turn things around.  You see, it’s not the size of the book that matters.  You need books written by hard hitting authors who have been through the pain of having marriage problems to give you just the right perspective on your problems.

The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate by Gary Chapman

This is the book that really got me on track and I would say it’s also responsible for setting me on the path to being a relationship guru.  It’s just that good. I was having problems with my marriage.  Each day was a new fight, a new piece of conflict and it was so difficult.  Then I learned that love had a special language and I just wasn’t communicating in it.

You see, one of the big themes on this site is the idea that relationships are fluid, dynamic, ongoing relationships.  The gasoline for relationships is constant communication.  This requires confidence and trust.  You want to use the language of love to reaffirm your trust and your commitment to your mate.

This book made me learn that when I said things to my significant other, I was actually communicating something quite different, which was the basis for the constant misunderstandings and fights.  This book really freed me and helped me understand that love is its own for communication.

The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands by Laura Schlessinger

I am usually skeptical of pop authors who appear on the relationship shows and peddle their sugar coated drivel on television.  Relationships are hard work, and anyone who says otherwise is trying to sell you something.  This book seemed in that same vein, but for some reason I gave it a chance, just to think if I’d be surprised.

I was!  It’s important not to focus too much on ourselves in a relationship.  I wanted to see how marriage operated from the female perspective, and this book was a sufficiently open window into the female psyche.  I’d have to say that this book let me see how women engage with relationships, which really helps me give well rounded advice.

Get these books as soon as you can, and see how they can change your life.

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