There is a lot of stigma around purchasing a relationship book. But it is time to cut the embarrassment. These range from tried-and-true classics remember Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus? This one is an absolute classic. Your parents probably had it on their bedside at some point, and though that may have been many moons ago, it is still incredibly salient. The thesis revolves around the thought that Martians men and Venusians women are in the happiest relationships when they accept their differences as positivities. Written by a former marriage counselor, all of the insights are drawn from experience and insights with real-life couples.
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Because most women find it hard to let go of baggage and often bring a fear of being hurt into new ones, The Power of Now is a must-read. Focusing on how to stay present in your daily life, this book will show you how to let go of toxic thoughts that can unknowingly sabotage the love you want. You won't find it in the self-help section of the bookstore, but the principles in the book are so applicable to relationships that it's the first one I recommend. Most women I coach share a common belief that they are somehow not deserving of a good relationship. This thought is what author Don Miguel Ruiz would call "an agreement.
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The average graduating senior has hooked up just eight times in four years , or once per semester. Almost one-third of college students never hook up at all. After such a sober, resolutely nonsensationalist introduction, the reader expects that Ms. Wade, a sociologist at Occidental College, will continue with a sober, resolutely nonsensationalist discussion of sex and the single student. But the pages that immediately follow paint a more lurid picture, giving the distinct impression that college kids are fornicating willy-nilly, like so many bunnies in a hutch.