The relationship issues have been and remain one of the most vital. All people are different, and therefore, we should be able to harmoniously coexist with each other. To do that, it is necessary to build relationships with those around us. This question concerns not only relationships between a man and a woman but also relationships between parents and children, etc. Let’s discuss the most interesting and useful books about the psychology of relationships.
- You Know Nothing About Men by Steve Harvey
Guided by his own experience, considerable knowledge of psychology, and real-life episodes, the author has written an effective methodology that allows a woman to study a detailed analysis of thoughts, feelings, and actions of different men. The psychologist has raised interesting questions on the psychology of men and provided an opportunity to understand their behavior. After studying this guide, both a woman and a man can go through the most intimate areas of their relationship.
- Body Language of Love by Allan and Barbara Pease
This is one of the few effective books about relationships, the psychological and physiological differences that make us so different but at the same time, so unique. Allan and Barbara Pease share useful tips on how to avoid conflicts and adjust family relationships to the right degree. This book will help overcome many problems and conflicts. All recommendations are simple, vital, and therefore, effective.
- Love, Love, Love by Lise Bourbeau
The book makes it possible to feel like an observer of various situations that, in one way or another, happen in everyone’s life. Lise Bourbeau shows vivid examples of how different people have achieved incredible results, thanks to love, acceptance of themselves and others. In the process of reading, you will be able to build trusting family relationships. It is a great example to follow! While reading a book, everyone can understand the difference between humility and acceptance, and also clarify various types of love.
- Negotiating Emotions by Daniel L. Shapiro
Emotional conflict is the most dangerous one since it erupts suddenly, and it's not so easy to handle it. Most often, it happens in society on religious and national grounds. The book of the famous psychologist is based on modern conflictology, psychology, sociology, and argues that any life dispute can be completely overcome. With the help of this book, you will learn an interactive, step-by-step method of extinguishing the flames of conflict and get acquainted with unique strategies that allow you to cope with any conflict situation.
- Men, Women, and Relationships by John Gray
Do you want to get rid of mental exhaustion and solve difficult life conflicts? Do you want to find out how to truly love yourself and improve your relationships with different people? This book will give you all the answers. It has many useful exercises, techniques, methods, and tips on strengthening relationships and changing lives for the better.