Recommended Reading: Books and Articles on Healthy Relationships
To further assist an individual or couple in understanding how to improve their relationship and other concerns, the following material may be useful.
- Bernstein, Ph.D., Jeffrey, Magee, Susan (2003). Why Can't You Read My Mind? Overcoming the 9 Toxic Thought Patterns that Get in the Way of a Loving Relationship. Da Capo Press
- Gottman, PhD. John M.and Nan Silver.(1995). Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. Crown Publishing Group.
- Gottman, PhD. John M. and Julie Schwartz, Declaier, Joan. (2007). Ten Lessons to Transform Your Marriage: America's Love Lab Experts Share Their Strategies for Strengthening Your Realtionship. Three Rivers Press
- Gottman, Ph.D., John M. (1995). Why Marriages Succeed or Fail: and How You Can Make Yours Last. Simon & Schuster Adult.
- Katherine, Ann, M.A. (2000). Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day. Fireside.
- Lerner, Ph.D., Harriet. (2005). The Dance of Anger. Harper Paperbacks
- Lerner, Ph.D., Harriet. (1990). The Dance of Intimacy. Harper Paperbacks
- Lerner, Ph.D., Harriet. (2002). The Dance of Connection: How to Talk to Someone When Your're Mad, Hurt, Scared, Frustrated, Insulted, Betrayed or Desperate. Harper Paperbacks.
- Notarius, Ph.D., C., Markum, Ph.D., Howard (1994). We can Work It Out: How to Solve Conflicts, Save Your Marriage. Perigee Trade.
- Richo, David, Ph.D., M.F.T., Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D., A.D.T.R, How to Be an Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving. Shamhala.
- Spring, Ph.D., Janis Abranhms, Spring, Michael. (1997) After the Affair: Healing the Pain and Rebuilding Trust When a Partner Has Been Unfaithful. Harper Paperbacks.
- Wall, Cynthia L., LCSW. (2005) The Courage To Trust: A Guide to Building Deep And Lasting Relationships. New Harbinger Publications.
- Wallerstein, Judith. The Good Marriage: How and Why Love Lasts. New York.
- Wallerstein, Judith S., Lewis Julia E., Blakeslee, Sandra. (2000) The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce. New York. Hyperion.
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