Books Currently Reading And Listening To On Audible!

 

So here are a couple of books that I am currently right now. I will be recommending books weekly. Tell me your thoughts and share your recommendations of books that you are reading.

 

My Book List

Ask And It Shall Be Given Learning to Manifest Your Desires by: Esther and Jerry Hicks – The reason you have not already gotten what you desire is because you are holding yourself in a vibrational holding pattern that does not match the vibration of your desire.

 

The 48 Laws of Power by: Robert Greene -The 48 Laws of Power is the definitive manual for anyone interested in gaining or defending against ultimate control.

 

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by: Mark Manson – Finding something important and meaningful in your life is the most productive use of your time and energy. This is true because every life has problems associated with it and finding meaning in your life will help you sustain the effort needed to overcome the problems you face. Thus, we can say that the key to living a good life is not caring about more things, but rather, caring only about the things that align with your personal values.

 

Good Morning Monster by: Catherine Gildiner – Dr. Catherine Gildiner was struck by the strength of spirit of her patients who struggled through each day despite being broken so many times by those who should have loved them. As Gildiner tells one of her patients, “To me, bravery isn’t a single act; it’s facing impossible odds every day to repeat the whole ordeal.” Throughout, Gildiner is filled with conviction and empathy for those she works with—making it easy to become utterly absorbed by their lives and her place in them. Among the five fascinating people Gildiner spotlights are a woman abandoned at age nine in a remote cabin, a man raised in one of Canada’s notorious residential schools for Indigenous children, and a woman whose father was an active member of the Ted Bundy fan club. (With the latter patient, Gildiner learns that the usual therapeutic processes for trauma won’t work: “some experiences are too hard to live through twice.”) Gildiner’s compassion shines from every page without being mawkish, even as she calls herself out on her own blind spots or the moments in therapy when she says the exact wrong thing. To Gildiner, these patients are heroes, and as you sit beside her while she learns of their lives and helps them with their recovery, you’ll soon be in awe of the strength inside them, too.

 

 *Tell me your thoughts? What books are you reading?

 

 

 

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