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The summer heat does not dispose to long walks: much nicer to settle down at home on the couch and spend a few hours in the company of an interesting book.

Relationship Goals: How to Win at Dating, Marriage, and Sex Hardcover –
By Michael Todd

Almost everyone wants to know the “secret” to a strong, trusting and happy relationship that fills life with joy and peace of mind. In Love as Purpose, motivational speaker Michael Todd clearly structures all the stages of the relationship between a man and a woman, breaking down each one separately and detailing the complexities and nuances of one period or another. Even the most skeptical readers Michael gives back the confidence that they can get rid of loneliness, build healthy relationships and find true love.

The hashtag #RelationshipGoals has been considered a global trend for several years. If you enter these words into the search engine, it will show you photos of celebrities posing in their arms in expensive clubs, shots of happy endings of romantic movies, or photos of cute couples kissing on the beach, cuddling in bed, in short, letting you know that their relationship is nothing less than love in its purest form.

How to stop being a victim and build strong relationships: 3 new books to read over the weekend

Michael Todd is a motivational speaker who has been drawing huge crowds for years for those who want to get rid of imposed stereotypes, understand themselves and learn the secret to happy, long-lasting relationships. At the heart of Todd’s teaching is his faith in God, his belief in the Bible and that its wisdom can be usefully applied to real life.

Brace yourselves, we’re off on a fascinating journey, and rest assured, this book is not one you’ll want to abandon halfway through. Stop making the same relationship mistakes! It’s time to be happy! From this day forward, your goal is love!

The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex: (And You Thought Bad Girls Have All the Fun) By Sheila Wray Gregoire

This book has helped many couples become closer to each other, to loosen up and learn to get unforgettable pleasure from intimacy together.

Sex is a word usually spoken in a whisper, in the dark, with eyes closed, or better yet, in private. But more and more people are trying to change the public perception that sex is not a bad thing.

How to stop being a victim and build strong relationships: 3 new books to read over the weekend

Sheila Wray Gregoire raises fundamental questions about human relationships, family and marriage. With humor and quite frankly the author tells how the modern cultural version of sex, focusing on its physical aspect, makes human intimacy vulgar and superficial. She writes for those who are just planning to get married, for those who have already created their family, and for those who have been together for many years but want to bring more spirituality into their relationship. She writes for those who want to live in love.

The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex will help you build relationships within your family, look at the world through different eyes, gain tremendous support, and teach you how to truly enjoy yourself.

I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships by Michael S. Sorensen

How to stop being a victim and build strong relationships: 3 new books to read over the weekend

https://www.amazon.com/I-Hear-You-Michael-S-Sorensen-audiobook/dp/B074SW14S1/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=I+Hear+You%3A+The+Surprisingly+Simple+Skill+Behind+Extraordinary+Relationships&qid=1627047084&s=books&sr=1-1

This book is not about active listening. Author Michael Sorensen offers an effective and affordable way to recognize the emotions of the interlocutor – validation. He has analyzed thousands of successful practices and reduced them to four simple steps.

Each of us has repeatedly shared his experiences, and in response at best heard only the usual “uh-huh. Meanwhile, that it is not just listened to, but heard, dreams of every man. The author talks simply and easily about the basic need for acceptance and how validation – the skill of acknowledging the emotions of the other person – will help improve relationships. You’ll learn the role of empathy and emotional understanding, how validation differs from reflective listening, and learn a simple step-by-step validation technique.

How to stop being a victim and build strong relationships: 3 new books to read over the weekend

Book Tricks

  • Simplicity. The author is not a scientist, but a self-development fanatic like many of us, which is why his book is so accessible and easy.
  • Structured. Each element of the step-by-step methodology is dedicated to a separate chapter.
  • There are conclusions after each chapter.
  • Clear examples that can easily be applied in his personal and professional life.
How to stop being a victim and build strong relationships: 3 new books to read over the weekend

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Hello! My name is Victor Zinchenko. I am 27. I love to travel, program and spend time with benefits. Also interested in music, teaching, foreign languages. I take notes, write on different topics and share my experience. Programmers will find useful articles in the blog on headings.
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