How to Improve Your Relationships: Five Essential Reads
MONDAY 11 MAY, 2020
Five books to guide you through communicating with your loved ones.
No! Never! - Libby Hathorn, Lisa Hathorn-Jarman and Mel Pearce
A fun tale about a little girl who learns the power of the word ‘No!’ – the perfect read for parents grappling with oppositional or argumentative children, and the ‘Terrible Twos’ (or threes, or fours!).
Take Heart, Take Action - Beci Orpin
A reminder for everyone, young and old, that you can make a positive impact. Take Heart, Take Action is packed with conversation starters for parents and children. From saving water, to protecting nature and having gratitude, this book will help families contribute to more openhearted and sustainable communities.
How to Break Up With Your Phone - Catherine Price
Spending extended time on our phones affects our ability to form new memories, think deeply, focus and absorb information, and connect with the people around us. This book by award-winning science journalist Catherine Price will help you conquer your phone addiction in thirty days, and take back your life in the process.
The State Of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity - Esther Perel
Renowned relationship therapist and podcaster Esther Perel challenges us to unpack infidelity – is it the ultimate betrayal? Does it need to be? This book is a must-read for anyone who has ever cheated, or been cheated on, or who simply wants a new framework for understanding relationships.
The Anxiety Book - Elisa Black
Weaving memoir with science, Elisa Black unravels the latest information on panic attacks, health anxiety, postnatal depression and parenting anxious children. An eye-opening and inspiring book that offers a refreshing outlook on living with anxiety today.