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Mindful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Simple Path to Healing, Hope, and Peace

This book contains an extensive, useful works cited section, but there are so many personal and professional vignettes that, at times, it becomes a slight distraction. Still, libraries looking to build a self-help collection will benefit from including this title.
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Transformer: A Story of Glitter, Glam Rock, and Loving Lou Reed

Doonan’s blend of personal reflection and cultural history offers a unique, entertaining, and fascinating portrait of a rock masterpiece that will be appreciated by music fans as well as those interested in LGBTQ+ social history.
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The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well

Many self-help readers, especially fans of Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now and James Clear’s Atomic Habits, will likely want to implement Luger and Collins’s guidance into their own lives.,
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Dying of Politeness: A Memoir

For admirers of Davis, film, or anyone who believes women deserve an equal voice in their industry. In particular, her take on the appeal of Thelma and Louise is spot on.
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It’s Not Me, It’s You: Break the Blame Cycle; Relationship Better

From a pair of marriage and family therapists, this book is a good choice for readers seeking self-help that balances memoir and relationship guidance.

Evangelical Anxiety: A Memoir

A bold, thought-provoking memoir on the intersections of faith and mental health.
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All of This: A Memoir of Death and Desire

Be prepared to laugh, to cry, and possibly to be mortified at the level of detail Woolf feels comfortable sharing; but in the end, readers will definitely be glad they got on this roller coaster with her.
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Lily’s Promise

The author’s attention to detail makes for an intimate and memorable read. Best suited for those interested in Judaica, European studies, and memoirs.
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Plays Well with Others: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Relationships Is (Mostly) Wrong

Readers interested in sociology and interpersonal relationships will enjoy this humorous, science-based exploration of human relationships and what makes them last.
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