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Good Reads for Better Relationships

For many single women, relationships and romantic partnerships are of great interest. While not all women may be actively dating, the desire for growth and connection with others is universal. Throughout my own journey, I've learned painful lessons of growth in friendships and romantic relationships. One thing that has consistently helped me become more authentic, a better friend, and partner is asking myself, "What is this trying to teach me?" Here are some good reads for your journey

  1. "Nonviolent Communication" by Marshall B. Rosenberg - This book teaches effective communication skills that can improve relationships and resolve conflicts.

  2. "The Way of the Superior Man" by David Deida - This book provides insights and practical advice on how men can better understand and navigate their relationships with women.

  3. "The Power of Being a Woman" by Michelle McKinney Hammond is a self-help book that aims to empower women to embrace their femininity and tap into the power that comes with being a woman.

  4. "The Power of the Pussy" by Kara King - This book offers advice and strategies for women to assert their power and influence in romantic relationships.

  5. "Making Marriage Work" by John Gottman - This book is based on decades of research on what makes marriages succeed or fail, and offers practical tips for building stronger, healthier relationships.

  6. The Word of God - The Bible is a collection of religious texts revered by Christians as the inspired word of God. It offers guidance and wisdom on many aspects of life, including relationships.

The app actually reconnected my current partner and I a few months before we started dating. Seek ye first GOD...

Our relationships with others are a reflection of our relationship with ourselves. If we don't like how we're being treated, it's important to check in and see what's underneath it. There may be something that we need to change in our relationship with ourselves. So, it's crucial to do the work of loving ourselves first and foremost for happier, healthier relationships.

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With Love,


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