Some days are good and some days are bad, and let me tell you, it is for everyone - be it married or single. Relationships are not that easy-peasy, considering we live in an ever-changing world. A couple facing relationship issues is not new as well. Many couples enjoy the good start, and then they get stressed when things don't go as per their plans. Instead of waiting till things go haywire, there is nothing wrong with taking external help such as relationship counselling, purchasing relationship books, and talking to closed family members.

Relationship books may or may not provide a quick fix to the issues troubling both or either of the partners, but can offer a lot of insights on how to develop and sustain a strong bond. Here I share some exciting relationship books that are a must-read for every couple, irrespective of which stage of the relationship they are into:

1) The Science of Happily Ever After is a book by Dr Ty Tashiro that discusses the real-life examples to help change our views on the key aspects that we look in a romantic partner and find the right path to enduring love.

2) Mindful Relationship Habits by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport aim to help develop habits for a mindful relationship. The changes in everyday practices can help to communicate transparently, establish mutual trust, and understanding more thoughtfully.

3) Don't slap your wife, but don't get slapped either by Sunil Vaid is an entertaining and thought-provoking book that will help men delve into the intricacies of relationships and how to get the best out of the women whom they have made a part of their lives and families.

4) Committed: A Love Story by Elizabeth Gilbert is a follow-up book to the same author's earlier book, Eat, Pray, Love. The book narrates a complex story of a couple's compatibility and fidelity most humorously and intelligently.

5) Someone Like You by Nikita Singh and Durjoy Datta is a modern-day novel that talks about the trust factor in love and highlights the role of unique experiences and interpersonal relationships on people's behavioral changes.