People often want help navigating sex, relationships, and love , but have trouble knowing exactly how to seek it. Even starting with a simple book isn't so simple, given the sheer number of options that can make discerning the most helpful reads a difficult task. To help you narrow down the best books for improving your relationships and love life, Insider asked researchers who study parenting, sex, consensually non-monogamous relationships, love addiction, and more their top recommendations. These are their favorite books, whether you want more satisfying sex, increased intimacy with your partner, or more fulfilling dating experiences. Amy Moors , a sex researcher at Chapman University in California who studies consensually non-monogamous relationships like polyamory, swinging, and open relationships , suggested this book, which is all about how to navigate non-monogamous relationships in a way that is considerate of your own needs and the needs of your partners. Buy it here.
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It's not a big secret: There is a difference between making love and having sex. That said, if you haven't experienced it for yourself, you may not be entirely sure what exactly those differences are. Or you may just not be sure if what you are experiencing is making love or having sex. Sometimes, the line can get a little blurry. In my opinion, one of the best parts of being in a loving, committed relationship is participating in the act of making love, as much and as often as all parties see fit. Sure, it's fun to just get down and get it on with your partner.
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