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Brittanysteele89
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I really enjoyed this refreshing take on narrative nonfiction. Not only was it interesting to read Lori‘s account of her sessions with her patients and their personal stories but her interactions with her own therapist. The way in which she weaves humour in is also brilliant. My takeaway is the most obvious thing we seek for in therapy is often the most difficult—to have a honest relationship with ourselves and be brave enough to do so.

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Spanish Fly | Will Ferguson
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I‘m not sure if I was expecting something gripping from Ferguson but having read his books before, I know that his style is to let the reader “read between the lines” and pick up on subtleties to put together the whole narrative. Written in first person, Jack‘s intelligence and sense of humour is what kept me curious on how it would end even though I picked up and put down the book more often than I would have liked. #justfinished #octoberreads

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The Wife Who Knew Too Much | Michele Campbell
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Picked this book up several days ago and couldn‘t put it down until I finished it. For a summer read, you won‘t be disappointed. A rich beautiful heiress dies the morning after her annual July 4th party and it gets complicated from there with love, scorned exes and millions at stake to her fortune. A “whodunnit” novel and with the author weaving back and forth narrating from different character accounts make it all the more interesting 🤔

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Working on self-development in the new year with Dzogchen Ponlop‘s Emotional Rescue. The last decade was a lot of ups and downs for me. Some traumatic things happened and left scars that you couldn‘t see but could only feel in the body. This book shows us how to free ourselves from being victims of our emotions by gaining the awareness and self-understanding. It has been and will continue to be a journey of healing.

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Indulging in feel-good #romance novels around the #Christmas season. Something I rarely do 🤗

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Imagination is absolutely critical to the quality of our lives. Our imagination enables us to leave our routine everyday existence by fantasizing about travel, food, sex, falling in love, or having the last word—all the things that make life interesting. Imagination gives us the opportunity to envision new possibilities—it is an essential launchpad for making our hopes come true. It fires our creativity, relieves our boredom, alleviates our pain,

Chrissyreadit This book is on my tbr- I hope to read it in 2020 3y
Brittanysteele89 @Chrissyreadit it‘s really good! So many “Aha moments” 3y
RaimeyGallant Welcome to Litsy! #litsywelcomewagon 3y
Brittanysteele89 @RaimeyGallant thanks I find this platform so fun! Looking forward to connecting on reads! 3y
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🥳🌺🥳 2y
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