It’s no secret that there’s no ultimate manual for having a healthy relationship because, in that aspect of human life, there will always be a level of uncertainty on how to tackle (alone or with your lover) whatever problems are thrown at you. With all that uncertainty, coupled with the possibility of finding new things about your partner all through the life of your relationship, you can’t possibly rely on just one method/advice. So you’ll have to keep adjusting and improving – alone and as a couple, to cater to any situation you may come across in order to have a happier relationship.

In light of this, we at SapidSapiens bring to you these 7 books that can help you on your journey to having a healthier relationship with your lover/significant other.

Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life

Doctors and researchers have been trying to learn more about the complexity of a women’s sexuality for decades. However, it wasn’t until recent years that scientists have discovered groundbreaking research on a woman’s arousal. In Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life, Emily Nagoski shares how this advice can help you reset your sexual expectations for a happier and more confident sex life.

The Five Love Languages

There’s a reason why millions of copies of The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts have been sold – Gary Chapman’s advice really does work. Read this book to discover your love language and the secrets about how to communicate with loved ones in their own love language.

Read also: How to know if it’ll lead to a long term relationship

Rising Strong

In Rising Strong, successful leaders from all walks of life told psychologist Brené Brown their stories of taking brave chances, falling after big mistakes and getting back up again. With expert insight into relationships and the power of communication, Brown maps out how you can do it, too.

Tiny Beautiful Things

What happens when you fall in love? how does one deal with jealousy or does one cope with an inconceivable loss? Tiny Beautiful Things gives powerful pieces of advice and insights to questions like these and includes some of Strayed’s never-before-published advice columns that are filled with insight, compassion, and humour.

The Happiness Equation

Who doesn’t want a bit more happiness in their lives? Neil Pasricha, the New York Times bestselling author of 1000 Awesome Things, debunks the common myths we all have about happiness in The Happiness Equation: Want Nothing + Do Anything = Have Everything. After reading this book, your perception of your time, relationships and family will change for the better.

Soppy: A Love Story

Based on the popular online comic, Philippa Rice’s illustrations shines an honest light into the everyday moments of living with the one you love. After all, happily ever after isn’t about riding off into the sunset – it’s about fighting over who gets the comfy side of the bed, turning everyday grocery shopping into an adventure and or making each other cups of tea.

Designing Your Life: How To Build A Well-Lived Joyful Life

This #1 New York Times bestseller shows how you can apply basic design theories to your life in order to create a meaningful and fulfilling future. Filled with worksheets and activities for the reader to fill out, this book acts a roadmap for a happier, more passionate you.

See also: How to enjoy your relationship as a man

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