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The best authors are qualified individuals who have experience in the field.They know how to conduct experiments, analyze survey results and offer advice for problematic situations.The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is a good place to start for helping you learn how your partner expresses love and the most effective way to show your partner you love them.It walks you through five types of love languages--gift giving, words of affirmation, quality time, acts of service and touch. Not everyone expresses love to their partner in the same way.You and your partner could both be thinking you're showing each other your love, but in such different ways that love goes unrecognized. Laura Schlessinger is very to the point and has been met with a bit of controversy.It's meant to make women think about the role they're playing in the marriage and how their actions affect the marriage--in good ways and bad.