Brush Up On Your Relationship Skills With This Summer Reading List

Brush Up On Your Relationship Skills With This Summer Reading List

Posted By: Team Intrigued Date: 07-07-2018 Comments: 0

Grab a book, hit the beach and score plenty of Vitamin D this summer because there’s no better way to read than out on the sun with mother nature while brushing up on those relationship skills. Here are some of our best recommendations to get your started!

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

With summer in full swing, there’s no better time of year to step outside your comfort zone. This book challenges the notion of vulnerability as an indicator of weakness and posits that vulnerability is actually a measure of courage. If you’re ready to finally start opening your heart to love again, this book will give you all the permission you need to date authentically.

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry & Jean Greaves

Success in today’s world is all about relationships. The best way to build your social capital is by increasing your EQ, or emotional intelligence. This book is a great read for those interested in becoming even better at managing all the most important relationships in their lives.

The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz

It is often said that you must love yourself first before you can love another. This cult classic re-examines the nature of love to shed light on the role we each play in the manifestation of our current relationships. It’s a great book for teaching readers how to love and be loved.

The Science of Happily Ever After by Ty Tashiro

Think your relationship picker might be broken? The antidote to unfulfilling relationships starts with simplifying what you want in a partner down to three core traits. Set your relationship up for success with realistic expectations that will ultimately help you make smarter dating choices.

Wired for Dating by Stan Tatkin

Prime your brain for love with this crash course on dating rooted in neurobiology and attachment theory. Discover what it takes to find a compatible partner and develop a more secure attachment style to enhance the quality and longevity of your relationship.

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John M Gottman & Nan Silver

Conflicts are an inevitable part of being in a relationship. Lucky for you, this book serves as an excellent roadmap effectively managing marital conflicts that typically lead to divorce. Using scientific research and empirical data, these seven principles allow couples to achieve their highest relationship potential.

Mindful Relationship Habits by S.J. Scott & Barrie Davenport

If you think falling in love is easy, trying staying in love. When life happens, it’s all too easy let our relationships to go stale. Keep the sparks alive and well with science-backed relationship advice that will help you form a deeper connection with your partner through proactivity as opposed to reactivity.