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The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts
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Really enjoyed reading this book. Opened my eyes made me do a lot of thinking about my relationships.

Zac
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Bare Bones: I'm Not Lonely If You're Reading This Book
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…I laughed and cried within a couple of pages.

3 others also recommend for couples
Adult All-In-One Course: Lesson-Theory-Technic: Level 1
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…I've been at it for a couple of months and I can say that this is a solid book for people wanting to do a little self education.…

4 others also recommend for couples

…I will recommend it to a couple of my friends.

6 others also recommend for couples

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Good for a couple

Really enjoyed reading this book. Opened my eyes made me do a lot of thinking about my relationships.

Zac
great for couples

Love the insight he gives into such a simple dynamic that proved to be effective- even in my own life.

Every couple should read

Loved this book

Must for Couples

Very easy read and practical to specifically know how to communicate with your mate.

Great for couples

My wife and I recently had our wedding and we are doing great. We werent fighting and we were happy so there was no need for us to purchase this book but lots of people were recommending it to us. The book really helps you to better understand your partner and his/her needs. She bought the version for women and I bought this one and we read them together,.Def recommend for any marriage.!

For Individuals and Couples

Absolutely a phenomenal read for individuals and couples!

Great for couples!

Great resource!

A must for couples

An outstanding book for couples.…

J.
Couple or Not

This book is good for everyone...it will teach you how to respect yourself and others regardless if you are in a relationship or not!

Must read for couples

This is a must read book for all couples.…

El

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Raw and real!

…I laughed and cried within a couple of pages.

It's not the stars that matter

…It was an easy read in that it wasn't terribly long and I could have finished it in a couple hours.…

Great story not great literature but who cares!

I happened upon the Bobby Bones Show by accident a couple years ago.…

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I've been at it for a couple of months and I can say that this is a solid book for people wanting to do a little self education.

…I've been at it for a couple of months and I can say that this is a solid book for people wanting to do a little self education.…

Very good course for Adults trying to learn piano after having lessons as a child

For those of us who took lessons for a couple of years as a child and then quit, this is a great course for picking piano up again.…

Great book to relearn piano.

I played piano for a couple of years at ages 8-10, 30 years ago.…

4.5 -- Self-Study Review

…I'm currently using a 61-key keyboard at the moment, but plan on getting one that's 88-key with properly weighted keys for advanced lessons to tie me over for a couple more years until I can get an acoustic.…

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Proof of Heaven

…I will recommend it to a couple of my friends.

A great read with a couple of exceptions

As a person with many years of interest in matters such as this, I found the book enlightening. It was complicated in parts, so I had to read several sections at least twice before getting it.

Nice book

…I have read a couple near death experience books and have enjoyed them.…

Enjoyed

This book was recommended to me after I read a couple of other books.…

SW
Thought provoking book

…I've only (and recently) read a couple of these types of books, but do see a common thread.…

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…A little too much medical detail for me, so I have to read it a couple of times over to get more out of it.…

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