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We've got the guidance you need from wise heads and kind hearts: about love, commitment, relationships and – of course – putting the finance into romance.
Hold Me Tight explains how we are wired for connection: we seek it, we flourish when we have it, we fight for it when it is pulled away and we grieve when it is gone.
The author, a Professor of Clinical Psychology, helps readers untangle their negative cycles of interaction, understand their underlying emotions – and shows them how to create new, confident ways of communicating.
In To Love and Be Loved philosopher Sam Keen sets out to answer life's most important question 'How can I become a more loving human being?'
Love is not something we 'fall' into, claims Keen, but a complex art combining many skills and talents that take a lifetime to learn. 'In the depths of our being ... we know we are created to love and be loved.'
I Love You. Now What? explains in practical ways how the foundation for happiness is set when the exchange between a couple is open, positive and balanced.
Love, says author Mabel Iam, nurtures and sustains every level of our existence. It is life's central theme and ultimate joy, and the primary area on which we have to focus our energies.
Based on insights from the MBTI®, Just Your Type reveals to couples what their individual personality types need to sustain a committed and fulfilling relationship.
The authors will show you how to really communicate with your partner, and your partner with you – so that you can both make your relationship the most satisfying it can be.
Lifetypes will help you better understand your strengths and weaknesses, based on the MBTI®, the world's most widely used personality assessment.
Consider this book by experts Sandra Krebs Hirsh and Jean Kummerow as a first step on your personal and life-long journey of self-discovery. "I loved this book. I totally recognised myself."
Please Understand Me explores how our personality type affects how we choose our mate, how we parent, and how we behave under different situations.
This is a book to share with your partner and others in your life. Says Professor Kiersey: 'We would all do well to appreciate our differences and give up trying to change others into copies of ourselves.'
The Couple Checkup is not so much a book to read but a checklist of things to do, questions to answer, answers to discuss and conversations to share.
Written by three qualified and experienced relationship experts, this book includes a voucher to take a free, online realtionship assessment using the Couple Checkup® web app.
Are you ready to be challenged by 100 thought-provoking questions that will help you and your partner gain a deeper understanding of each other?
Ask and answer The Hard Questions by Susan Piver. So when you finally do say, 'I do' you will know what you're promising and whom you're promising it to. And what could be more loving than this?
In 1,001 Questions to Ask Monica Mendez Leahy provides a reality-checking checklist for couples seeking to build and sustain a committed relationship.
The author's questions will help commitment-seeking couples realise how much they have yet to discover about their partner's nature, thought processes, lifestyle and relationship expectations.
Illustrated with real couple's stories, The Family CFO is for couples who want to manage their money instead of having money manage their relationship.
The book is packed with practical guidance and useful worksheets designed to show couples how to harmonise love and money, and "avoid arguments and anxiety to achieve their life goals together."
Your Money Or Your Life has provided over three-quarters of a million people with the keys to gaining control of their money – and their lives.
If making a living currently feels more like making a dying, make this book your guide to financial freedom – it's time to took at your relationship with money in a whole new way.
Smart Couples Finish Rich makes it clear why it is important for couples to identify their personal values as well as goals as their first step to financial security.
The author shows you and your partner how to create a financial plan that will enable you to achieve security, and to provide for your family's future financial needs.