Siri Mitchell writes She Walks in Beauty, a historical fiction set in the old New York, a time of opulence and romance and in this time a young and complex woman strives to find her husband in a time when women must have a partner in marriage. Caught in complex situations and love triangles, it is the story of how one woman manages to find a healthy relationship in a world where society is essential, filled with aspects of history, like dance cards and oysters.

Gary Chapman writes the 5 Love Languages, a book that is essential for all people who have healthy relationships, because all of the emotions and aspects of a relationship are determined in this book. The author unveils the various things that people might or might not say, by outlining the various ways of communication, such as the act of physical touch, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time, and affirmation. These various things can help because if you learn these languages then you will be able to better understand the needs of your partner.

Adele Faber writes How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids Will Talk, helps you figure out how to talk to your kids and establish a good framework so that you can open the lines of communication in a way that kids will know they can come to you and turn to you for all their day to day difficulties. This book uses a practical method to help you figure out just how to help your kid and reach them so that there isn’t any difficulty when you all talk and share your lives together.

Dale Carnegie writes How to Win Friends and Influence People, this book is all about your relationships with the world and with how you engage with other people in the world. It helps you work on your personality and your interactions with other people so that you know just how to establish good tips to have a great relationship with people you love and care about. Also, this book teaches you how to work with people whether in your daily life or with people at work. Filled with leadership and people skills, this book guides you into forming great relationships in a way that will be a positive influence upon your life.

Mara Altman writes Sparkle, a book that talks about how the diamond ring has always been so special but this author chooses a muddy brown diamond ring and she studies whether or not people will judge the quality of her relationship if she doesn’t have the traditional wedding ring that people expect. Her book explores the themes of wedding rings and how her break from tradition might help. This book breaks the conventions of relationships and by doing so unearths the kind of reality and actual concepts of what makes a relationship works. So that way, this book helps people determine the various things that make relationships important and long lasting. If you are seeking to learn about the fibers of good relationships, then this is a great guide.

Author's Bio: 

Roberto Sedycias works as an IT consultant for Polo.