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Will the Drama Ever End? Untangling and Healing from the Harmful Effects of Parental Narcissism

This book’s incisive look into family dynamics may interest those with and without narcissistic parents. Recommended for collections with a strong focus on family studies or self-help.

Grace in the Gray: A More Loving Way To Disagree

A gentle, Christian perspective on strength in weakness and authenticity in the gray spaces.

Black People Breathe: A Mindfulness Guide to Racial Healing

Though aimed at Black readers, other people of color (or those looking to better understand the Black experience in the U.S.) will benefit greatly from Clarke’s book. This is an essential and timely addition to a library’s self-help section.

A Crisis Is a Terrible Thing To Waste: The Art of Transforming the Tragic into Magic

Written in a highly engaging style, Walden’s book makes a good case that finding the lessons in even tragic events can lead to a happier and more fulfilled life. Best for general readership.

Heart to Heart: A Conversation on Love and Hope for Our Precious Planet

Readers will appreciate this pairing of the Dalai Lama’s wisdom with the talent of cartoonist McDonnell in their plea for peace for humans and our planet.

Choose Joy: Relieve Burnout, Prioritize Your Happiness, and Infuse More Joy into Your Everyday Life

Cliff’s embracing book combines a supporting tone with practical steps that readers looking for more joy, or even just a framework to feel better, can embrace.

Do This, Not That: Dating—What To Do (and NOT Do) in 75+ Difficult Dating Situations

A highly readable volume that offers advice succinctly and honestly. Best for a general-interest audience.

The Leaping Hare Wellness Almanac: Your Yearlong Guide to Creating Positive Spiritual Habits

This should be on the nightstand of anyone who is interested in adding self-awareness rituals to their routine.

Moon Meditations: 365 Nighttime Reflections for a Peaceful Sleep

A charming little book that could help soothe weary or anxious souls. Recommended for anyone looking to quiet their nighttime routines or enhance their mindfulness/meditative practices.
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