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11 Valuable Relationship Lessons I've Learned From Relationship Books

Everyone agrees that the best way to learn about anything is to experience it first hand, and so it goes for relationships.  Yet, one couldn't possibly experience everything and still, he needs to know a lot more than what his previous experiences had taught him.  This is why books exists, not only to teach you what you need to know, but also to help understand your relationship, partner and most importantly, yourself!  Below are some lessons I've from reading a relationship book called  “Relationship rescue” for “Phillip C. McGraw. Ph.D.” I wanted to share with you: 1- There is nothing wrong with legitimate criticism or input in a relationship.   There is nothing wrong when one party complains about the actions or attitudes of another. If that complaint is designed to improve the relationship.  But constructive criticism too often gives way to constant fault finding, in which you obsess over the flaws and imperfections rather than find value in your partn
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