Relationships are only light and effortless in the beginning, in this honeymoon phase where you love everything about your partner, see through pink glasses and can not get enough of each other. Once this phase is over, you begin to see the little things that might bother you, some weird habits that you do not like and character traits that are not great. And the difference between a good relationship and a good relationship is the effort you put in to tackle these issues and see what you can both do to prevent the relationship from getting out of hand. And it is always a good idea to express it, sometimes it is difficult to break through the difficult issues or even to articulate the feelings you have and the problems you are facing. Here reference books come into play. Here are 6 relationship books that each couple should read together if they want to stay together and make their relationship stronger and better.
first The Five Love Languages: The Secret of Love That Lives by Gary D. Chapman
This is a classic among the relationship books for a good reason. This book is a goldmine for those who have trouble communicating with their partner, or feel that their expectations are not exactly in line with the reality of their relationship. This book teaches you about communication and how there are several love languages and maybe you and your partner just talk to others, but once you learn the other languages, everything becomes so much clearer and easier.
second Mindful relationship habits: 25 practices for couples to promote intimacy, nurture closeness and build a deeper connection by SJ Scott and Barrie Davenport
Many people struggle to navigate through life when dealing with their family, friends, work and relationships. It can feel too complicated and too much responsibility to handle, and the first thing to do is usually the relationship. However, reading this book will give you some incredible insights into managing all these things, keep your priorities in order, and make sure your relationship does not suffer.