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Blueberry
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1. Stitches: A Handbook on Meaning, Hope, and Repair by Anne Lamott
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TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 1mo
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actualdisneyprincess
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2022 has kind of been a bitch of a year, and a friend who‘s going through some rough stuff just returned this with glowing reviews. So, spending some time with it myself. 💖 #stitches #annelamott #solace #comfort

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Blueberry
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Pickpick

Just finished. 4.5 ⭐.

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booksandbipolar
Man's Search for Meaning | Viktor E Frankl
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llcoolnate one of my favorites! 8mo
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TheLudicReader
Nothing | Janne Teller
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Pickpick

Utterly bleak, award winning YA novel translated from the Danish. A group of fourteen-year-olds set out to prove to one of their classmates that the world/life does have meaning, with devastating results.

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rebbyj
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Excellent.

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megnews
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Pickpick

This was a nice inspirational read.

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Faibka
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“It‘s not some great revelation. It‘s pausing to say hi to a newspaper vendor and reaching out to someone at work who seems down.It‘s sitting in awe beneath a starry night sky and going to a medieval prayer service with friends. It‘s opening a coffee shop for struggling veterans. It‘s listening attentively to a loved one‘s story. It‘s taking care of a plant. These may be humble acts on their own. But taken together, they light up the world.” 💕

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ScientistSam
Living a Life that Matters | Harold S. Kushner
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Pickpick

This gentle book helps one to take time out of our busy lives to think about how our small actions can make the world a better place.

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Faibka
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“Part of the reason I feel lonely,” she said, “is because I don‘t tell people things. I hold my thoughts and feelings inside. This taught me that I should make more of a point of talking to others-and not just for me, but for them. When we tell our story, we do two things. We understand ourselves better and we offer support to people going through the same thing that we we‘re going through.”

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