Gary Chapman's book, The Five Love Languages, is amazing for married couples.
It outlines the different ways people can feel loved. The fuller the love tank, the more satisfied and dedicated to the marriage the spouse becomes. When the love tank is empty, it can cause a spouse to feel alone in the marriage and withdraw.
The difficult part after understanding your spouse's primary and secondary love language is figuring out how to fill their love tank when their love language isn't the same as yours. Because it won't come naturally to you and you will have to work at it.
I know all about this because my husband didn't get his love tank filled for years and our relationship suffered. It was on the verge of divorce. So I went on a quest to find all the best dating ideas that I could possibly find and put together a Date Your Spouse guide that would help those that wanted to put "The 5 Love Languages" into practice.
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