There are numerous books that instruct readers on how to love. Books that inspire creative contemplation of romantic relationships. Literature that celebrates the thrill, pleasure, and ecstasy of falling in love.
Guidelines concerning the ecology of romantic love. This book promotes diverse, healthy, competitive, and inclusive love practices. Literature that depicts love as the solution as opposed to the problem.
Take a look at this one for an example of a book about love.
Walking in Love: Why and How? By Suzanne R. Miller
A narrative that presents and explains a simple method for overcoming human limitations on wisdom and strength and realizing our capacity for love. It is completely consistent with the Christian Scriptures while remaining devoid of dogma. As the source of authority, it relies on the reader’s personal affirming experience and a fundamental grasp of the spirituality shared by all humans. This book summarizes and expands upon the author’s previous two works, Spirituality 101 and Spirituality 202.
Suzanne Miller is a former licensed lay minister in the Episcopal Church, serving in that role for five years as Lay Vicar of a Baltimore, MD parish. She received her religious training from the Claremont School of Theology and also studied early Christianity through course and fieldwork with St. George’s College in Jerusalem. After a hiatus of a dozen years, through good medical diagnosis and treatment, and by the grace of God, she has regained her vigor after a severe heart attack, as well as regaining the singing voice she lost in her youth. Today, she travels the country and the world, using that voice to witness the benefits of not giving up amid adversity. She has released two music albums, It Ain’t Over Till It ‘s Over and Walking in Love: Food For The Journey that complement the message of her book.
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Love encompasses a spectrum of potent and positive emotional and mental states, from the most sublime virtue or good habit to the most profound interpersonal affection and the simplest pleasure.
As an illustration of this range of meanings, the love of a mother is distinct from the love of a spouse, which is distinct from the love of food. Generally speaking, love refers to a powerful attraction and emotional bond.