Sometimes, it may be as easy as saying “I love you” every day.Sometimes the ins and outs of daily life are far from the most romantic part of a relationship.
Neuroscientist Amir Levine and psychologist Rachel Heller investigate, looking to the science behind attachment theory.
While the book is equally hilarious and refreshing, it also kicks the readers away from over-analyzing relationship and sets them loose to go find the For those who place high value both on their partner and God in their life, this book walks you through how the love in your marriage can heighten your relationship with God and everything else in your life.
so you’re not religious – hear us out, this book is still a favorite of ours.
There is a lot of stigma around purchasing a relationship book.
It may make you feel like your relationship just isn’t working, or it can feel like a last-ditch effort to save a terminal relationship. You and your partner are not all-knowing, so it’s totally normal to hunt for advice on how to mend and strengthen your relationship.Those difficult conversations can be hindering your relationship with your significant other.