Relationships are built in every place by everyone. Acquaintances, friendship, cordial relationships, estranged relationships, intimate relationship, and this is just to mention a few. It can either be beneficial or harmful to both parties involved or to one party alone.In the case of being a couple or involved in a marriage, relationships are expected to thrive as they ought to. No one says “I DO” in the view of having an unpleasant experience. Because these are long term commitment, they are expected to stay on a positive trend for the benefit of the involved parties. Issues in marriages spring up from different backgrounds, upbringing, beliefs, culture, religion, educational standards, exposure, experiences, circle of friends, etc. When involved in such, it seems it is excusable to happen and cannot be redeemed. This is why some couples refuse counselling and may only accept a third party if and only if, their side would be taken.The Author in this book; IMPROVING RELATIONSHIP COMMUNICATION FOR COUPLES AND MARRIAGE has impeccably outlined in an easy to read and understand structure and purely in relatable ways on how to make our relationships work. The information encapsulated in this great read are tested and trusted, based on experiences and facts, making every piece of it reliable.Bryan brings to view factors that cause strife in marriages including, job, sex and poor communication, making them known, how they are allowed to thrive and detailing how they can be defeated and how a healthy relationship can gained in the end. He shows that even after being at the lowest point of your relationship, you can still soar if you follow right steps. Proving that GOOD Relationships don’t just jump on you but are learned and built. A striking part is his pointing that relationships work differently at different times; what probably worked in the 80’s isn’t giving same result in our current time.