Self-help books: relationships and family relationships

There are many other good and helpful books that can be accessed either from libraries, bookshops, online, some GP surgeries etc, therefore the books listed below are just a few of a vast selection available, which may be of some use. It will be important to take into consideration that self-help reading can be very subjective and depends on personal circumstances.

Games People Play
Eric Berne, Penguin Books, 2004

How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends
Don Gabor, Simon & Schuster, 2001

Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness
Gillian Butler, Constable Robinson, 1999

The Mind Gym: Relationships
Mind Gym, Little Brown Book Group, 2009

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
John Gray, Harper Collins, 2002

The Relate Guide to Better Relationships: Practical ways to make your love last
Sarah Litvinoff, Vermillion, 1998

Is it Love or is it Addiction?
Brenda Schaeffer, Hazelden, 1997

You Just Don't Understand: Women and men in conversation
Deborah Tannen, Virago, 1992

The Book of Love: The Home Doctor Book of Sex and Marriage
Dr David Delvin, New English Library, 1974

Make it Happy, Make it Safe: What Sex is All About
Jane Cousins-Mills, Penguin, 1988

How to Win as a Step-Family
E Visher and J Visher, Dember Books, 1982

Surviving the Breakup: How Children and Parents Cope with Divorce
J S Kelly and J B Kelly, Basic Books, 1980