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How To Walk into a Room: The Art of Knowing When To Stay and When To Walk Away

This well-written volume encourages users to ask the tough questions in their lives. Best suited for self-help, pastoral, and spiritual counselors.

Tending Grief: Embodied Rituals for Holding Our Sorrow and Growing Cultures of Care in Community

Barton specifically speaks to the way in which grief impacts queer and BIPOC communities, but their embodiment practice exercises will appeal to anyone working through feelings of trauma, pain, and loss.

Unstressable: A Practical Guide to Stress-Free Living

Will appeal to those looking to improve their relationship with stress and to fans of Law’s podcast as well as readers of Gawdat’s books and followers of his popular podcast, Slow Mo.

Living with Our Dead: On Loss and Consolation

This book will appeal to readers interested in contemplating the relationship between life and death from an academic or psychological point of view, and those who are interested in a Jewish perspective on death and loss.

Learning To Play Again: Rediscovering Our Early Selves To Become Better Adults

Smerling’s system for creating or restoring healthy relationships should appeal to readers interested in childhood development and connecting with their younger selves.

The Anger Myth: Understanding and Overcoming the Mental Habits That Steal Your Joy

An excellent resource with attainable outcomes. Roberts delivers another outstanding guide that can be life-changing for those who struggle with anger issues.

Thank You, More Please: A Feminist Guide to Breaking Dumb Dating Rules and Finding Love

This is a bold book for women who are sick of feeling small and unseen and think there must be more to dating than patriarchal standards of beauty, female subservience, and desire.

The Happiness Formula: A Scientific, Groundbreaking Approach to Happiness and Personal Fulfillment

Obayuwana notes that this book’s original title was the Mathematics of Happiness but it was changed owing to concerns that this might turn some people off, so perhaps readers who enjoy working with formulas would find his approach helpful.

Holistic Habits: Build Your Best Life One Small Change at a Time

Designed as a journal readers can use as a means of self-care, self-reflection, and inspiration, this collection of gentle ideas will please those looking for diary prompts. Most pages are worksheets or include spaces to add personal art and reflections.
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