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What’s Eating Us: Women, Food, and the Epidemic of Body Anxiety

This work will appeal to readers who enjoy memoirs and general nonfiction, but Kadzin’s conversational tone and writing style make this book accessible to all readers.
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How To Be Authentic: Simone de Beauvoir and the Quest for Fulfillment

Cleary brings a modern and neglected voice in applied ethics to a level that readers have recently seen with Aristotle and the Stoics.
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Radical Radiance: 12 Weeks of Self-Love Rituals To Manifest Abundance, Beauty, and Joy

Although not without its problems, this title is nevertheless a promising nonfiction selection, with cross-appeal factors for self-help, beauty, spirituality, and journaling.
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God Is Here: Reimagining the Divine

By integrating Eastern practices to illuminate her own spiritual tradition and personal encounters, Spitzer moves beyond merely touting the benefits of mindfulness exercises, even while one wonders whether the Big Person can be integrated with these metaphors and practices or must be left behind.
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How To Raise an Intuitive Eater: Raising the Next Generation with Food and Body Confidence

This informative resource offers compassionate help for parents attempting to build a healthy relationship with food, for both themselves and their children.
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This Is Your Destiny: Using Astrology To Manifest Your Best Life

The intended audience for Kelly’s book are millennials at the beginning of their self-actualization journeys who are looking for simple exercises around self-empowerment and self-discovery and aren’t bothered by opinions stated as facts or the repetition of catchphrases, metaphors, and major concepts.
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Muhammad, the World-Changer: An Intimate Portrait

An excellent account of Jebara’s personal understanding of the Prophet Muhammad that could inspire readers to undertake their own similar journey.
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The First Christmas: A Story of New Beginnings

Readers don’t need a religious background to be entertained and educated by this account of the first Christmas.
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Saved by a Song: The Art and Healing Power of Songwriting

This emotional narrative will leave readers spent, but rooting for Gauthier to prevail. Her lyrics dig deeply into the human condition, and her explanations leave little room for complacency.
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