The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts – Gary Chapman

Date Read: 2020-02-09. How Strongly I Recommend it: 10/10 If you struggle to talk about feelings, this is a must-read. Powerful and short for how we communicate affection or love, after the in-love obsession phase. The way you show affection is how you want to be loved. We might speak different love languages so our acts of love might not fill our partner's "love tanks". Identify you love language and the other person's, then learn and practice how to "speak" that love language. Empty "love tanks" get relationships trouble. It has good stories to teach the languages. 100 pages of the good stuff, then some other ideas and FAQs. 

I Will Teach You To Be Rich – Ramit Sethi

Rating: 9/10 If you're young and live in the US, it's a 10/10. Great starter book on personal finance. Teaches a clever system to automate saving and guilt free spending. Has detailed recommendations of banks accounts and credit cards (check his website for updates before opening any). It's sequenced as a six-weeks-to-do-list so you take action that gets you 85% there, with options for optimizing later (becoming more of an expert).

Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection – John E Sarno

Rating: 10/10. If you're conscientious, hard working, responsible, perfectionist, ambitious, it's likely that your brain uses back pain (or other symptoms) to avoid experiencing powerful negative emotions like anger, anxiety and low self-esteem. Worse case scenario, if this book is a placebo, then it's cheaper than chiropractor/acupuncture/massage/physical therapy/surgery.