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Pick one to read on your next date night , because even the best marriages can use a tune up. Basically any relationship book by Gottman has the approval of couples therapists everywhere, but this one is arguably the best of the best. Gottman has spent his career researching marriage partnerships, and has come up with seven essential strategies to help correct behaviors that cause discord in relationships. This insightful book may help you improve your friendships, too. Of all the books about relationships and marriage, this one seems to withstand the test of time.
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Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Chocolates or flowers will likely yield better results. John Gottman, a psychological researcher and the co-author of Eight Dates ; Dr. Six of our experts cited The All-or-Nothing Marriage , by Eli Finkel — which combines a historical overview of marriage from to the present with practical hacks to improve communication and responsiveness — as one of their favorite books on improving romantic relationships. Esther Perel put it in her top five, as did Dr. John Gottman, Dr.
In the first year of Barack Obama's presidency, he gave an interview with his wife, Michelle, to The New Yorker that's often quoted for one particular explanation about their marriage. He said, "What sustains our relationship is I'm extremely happy with her, and part of it has to do with the fact that she is at once completely familiar to me, so that I can be myself and she knows me very well and I trust her completely, but at the same time she is also a complete mystery to me in some ways. It's no secret that the former president and first lady's relationship is a source of inspiration, but the same can be said about other connections in their lives—at least from the public's view. The individual self-esteem Michelle and Barack have extends to the bonds they share with their children and relatives. Sure, these two are public figures, but let's not forget that they're people too. So are there common best practices that anyone can learn to foster healthy relationships? For those of us who cringe at the thought of reading a self-help book, Jen Sincero gets it.