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Recommended Reading

Irritating the Ones You Love

Dr. Jeff Auerbach

Do you want a better relationship? Do you want to understand why you chose your partner? It's all in this book. It's short and easy to read. There's no boring psychobabble in Auerbach's book. It gets right to the point. By the time you finish, you understand the selective patterns of choosing your mate, and how to better be in your relationship. This is a fantastic book.

The Untethered Soul

Michael A. Singer

If I had to be stuck on an island with just one book, The Untethered Soul would be the one. This book gives a whole new perspective on the thoughts and emotions we have; it questions their validity, and helps the reader shift their perspective so that a pain free and joyful life is possible. 

A Deep Breath of Life

Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen is one of my favorite authors. He has a way of writing that engages you, illuminates you, and moves you forward in life. A Deep Breath of Life is amazing. It is filled with anecdotes that are relatable to every day life. The writings are inspirational and moving. I love this book. Turn to any page for inspiration. You'll find your personal message in those pages. 

The Power of Now

Eckhart Tolle

What are you worried about? Is it something that happened long ago, or an imagined future that is causing you angst? Either way, you're wasting your time and energy. The Power of Now shows you that living in the moment is all that is possible. It demands that you ask yourself, "What is happening right now?" Nothing can take place outside of the Now. Anything else robs you of the reality of your life. 

Anything you have to handle will present itself when you need it.

Dirty Little Secret

C. J. Omololu

Hoarding is a serious problem. Dirty Little Secret, while it is fiction, tells the true story of many Americans. The book is written from the perspective of a teenage girl who lives with a hoarder mother. She is able to succinctly relay the emotional pain associated with having a loved one with this terrible disorder. I highly recommend this book. The ending will surprise you. This book will stick with you for a while.

A Course In Miracles Made Easy

Alan Cohen

This is a great book. Based on The Course in Miracles, which has been considered a great, but difficult book to digest, author Alan Cohen, makes the process of learning the ACIM concepts very easy to understand. This book is quickly becoming one of my top favorites. It is enlightening and many ways. If you're looking for soul food, this book is it!

All Out Of Pretty

Ingrid Palmer

This is one of the best books I've read in a while. It was a pageturner. The story revolves a young 17-year-old girl living with a drug-addicted mother. It is Andrea's story, told in her voice, and it will definitely keep you up reading. I highly recommend it!

The Pocket Thich Nhat Hanh

Melvin McLeod

What a gem. This little book is full of wisdom and seeds to help you live a better life. Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk from Vietnman. In this little book, he introduces all the major themes from his teachings. It's lovely, powerful, and doable.

The Tattoist of Auschwitz

Heather Morris

This is the powerful true story of Lale Solokov, a Slovakian Jew who is chosen to become the Tätoweirer (the tattooist) of Auschwitz. It is the story of the will to survive, a story of love, and a story of an evil that should never be forgotten. I highly recommend this book!

Why You're Stuck

Your Guide To Finding Freedom From Any of Life's Challenges by Derek Doepker

This is one of the best books I've read in terms of getting people unstuck from a myriad of life situations (i.e. procrastination, bad habits, etc.). It is written in an easy-to-understand manner; gets to the point in a concise way and recommends techniques that can be applied immediately.

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