In this all-time classic love and relationships tome, Dr. Gary Chapman - a marriage counselor for over 30 years - walks you how to improve your giving and receiving love to deepen connection in your relationships. The five languages? Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.
From the country’s foremost relationship expert and New York Times bestselling author Dr. John M. Gottman comes a powerful, simple five-step program, based on twenty years of innovative research, for greatly improving all of the relationships in your life.
Realistic and pragmatic in its approach, the Kama Sutra deals without ambiguity or hypocrisy with all aspects of sexual life.
Devadatta Shastri says in his commentary: "At the moment when the peak of bliss is attained, the internal and external world vanish. The man and woman cease to be separate entities and lose themselves in the beatitudes of being."
If your relationship, including your sex life, stayed EXACTLY the way it is now for the rest of your life, would you be satisfied? If you can’t quite answer “absolutely,” you have lots of company. In fact, it has never been harder to be a couple than it is today: The strong currents of modern life are taking a huge toll on relationships, leaving many couples drifting slowly from each other.
A book that helps us cut through the damaging beliefs that society has instilled in us about what we are supposed to be, by helping us accept who we are today.
Brene Brown, who gave one of the top 10 most popular TED talks ever, is a pioneering researcher on what it takes to have real personal courage. ($)
If you want to improve your life, but think most self-help is BS, this is your book.
Learn to identify self-sabotaging thoughts so you can break through the mental barriers that are holding you back. ($)
Most of us are kind of jerks to ourselves. This book is basically about using brute force to improve your relationship with yourself.
Loving yourself sounds lame (and of course it's a Justin Bieber song), but top CEOs, scientists, Pentagon officials and more have found Ravikant's message life-changing. ($)
A book for those of you who are skeptical about mindfulness. It's one man's journey of recovery from anxiety, and how he went from mindfulness skeptic to believer.
After having full blown panic attack on live television, journalist Dan Harris set off on a journey to change his life. He was skeptical of mindfulness, but the science was there, and so he gave it a shot. And it changed his life. ($)
If you want to learn more about mindfulness, this is a great place to start. It's known as "The Bible for Mindfulness."
Mindfulness in Plain English will introduce you to the main concepts in mindfulness, and then teach you about how to be mindful. ($)
What we think will make us happy almost rarely does. This book explores the science behind why our brains are so bad at predicting what brings lasting happiness.
It also gives us guidance on how we can get better at predicting the factors that will actually improve our happiness. ($)