when in reality, the things about you that are already hiding in plain sight are the things that will lead you to a deeply nourishing, and emotionally fulfilling love life.
The realization that finding the right partner for you is a lot easier than you’ve been led to believe.
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Some of them primarily help you with your relationship to yourself (#’s 1, 2, and 3), and others primarily help you with your relationship to your partner (#’s 2, 4 & 5).
Either way, they’re all fantastically written and each have their own unique, brilliant thoughts that I think the world needs to absorb more of. This book is the least known of this list and I believe that that needs to change.
Here are some books that can help teens guide their dating lives with biblical principles, wisdom, and a focus on God.
Between singleness and marriage lies the journey of dating. Set and maintain healthy boundaries -- boundaries that will help you grow in freedom, honesty, and self-control.
If you enjoy reading nonfiction books, then I encourage you to check out the Blinkist app. Blinkist summarized over 2,000 of the bestselling books and put them into condensed 7 to 15 minute reads (or “blinks”).
The idea here is to give you the key insights and important lessons — without wasting your time on pointless information.
Ken Page’s “gift theory” is an elegant way of telling you that the things that have been most heavily shamed throughout your life are actually your unique “core gifts” and that these things about you are the keys to your long-lasting relationship fulfillment.
Because it’s well written, simple, and has some really easy to digest meta-level relationship concepts drilled down into a short and sweet workbook-style read.
There is some dense and elegant wisdom in this little book that you can read in a day or two.