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Reach is a non-fiction book helping the reader in finding their core and attainment their potential. With a framework at hand, the author introduces a strategic way to aspire and harmonise the growth within you.
Have You Heard the Sound of Your Own Voice is a memoir telling you the struggles and triumphs of a young woman dealing with depression, suicide, and embracing all that in order to battle the voice in her head.
Heal & Integrate Shadow Workbook is a non-fiction self-help book to heal you from what you have gone through in the past. The painful encounters, experiences and traumas that have made you feel trapped are what is aimed for in this book.
Feeling Normal Again is a nonfiction self-help book written to enable you to deal with all the stress and downsides COVID-19 induced on your mental health and physical body.
If I only knew is a non-fiction self-help book written to enable the reader the ability to learn certain life skills that weren’t necessarily taught in school. I believe this is a good source of information since we often learn these things from mistakes,… Continue Reading “If I Only Knew by Bailee Walker (Book Review #1270)￼”
Searching for a stranger and finding myself is a memoir written about Wendy growing up with a half-sibling she was really intrigued to know more about. By the time she turns thirty and after so much loss, only then does she begin to search… Continue Reading “Searching For a Stranger and Finding Myself – A Memoir by Wendy L. Scott-Hawkins (Book Review #1266)”
I need to tell you is a memoir written by Cathryn and takes you on a heartful journey back to 1968, where she has to make the hardest decisions of her life. To give up her baby for adoption.
Travelers within is the first book of its series. With thirteen phases of self-discovery, you are sure to be invited on a thrilling journey and adventure. The book is filled with manners of healing and how to apply them in your life. It is… Continue Reading “￼Travelers Within by Val Jon Farris (Book Review #1260)”