The Healing Consciousness by Beth Dupree is one of Program Director Julia Dunn’s favorite books in our library! Beth, a Pennsylvania native, is a skilled surgeon who, through her own experiences with loss, learns that curing disease and healing dis-ease are two very different things. Through her journey across her life and across the world, join Beth as she discovers the healing powers within.
Communication is key! Whether we are talking about a partner, a child, a parent, or a friend, expressing ourselves honestly and openly is important, but can be difficult! Harriet Lerner’s “The Dance of Connection” shows readers the best ways to connect on a deep and meaningful level while maintaining assertiveness.
Lifeshocks and How to Love them by Sophie Sabbage is a game changer! When we experience a “lifeshock,” or something that rocks us to our core, how do we proceed? Sophie explores how these moments in our life demand our attention and require a shift. As we are all experiencing a collective lifeshock, this is an excellent read to give you hope and a sense of control over your future!
If you love Parks and Recreation, The Office, or The Good Place. . .you will love the writer and creator behind these projects, Michael Schur! We added his brand new book to our library, entitled “How to be Perfect: The Correct Answer to Every Moral Question,” which is exactly the type of tongue-in-cheek title we would expect from the guy who plays Mose on The Office. Grab this book today for a hilarious yet insightful dive into what makes us human!
Elizabeth Lesser, co-founder of the world’s largest spiritual retreat, The Omega Center, sought to provide a resource to those who feel stuck after a loss. Utilizing stories of overcoming adversity in the face of life’s detours, “Broken Open“ offers tools to help the readers find peace and strength in resilience. The author invites us, in the face of our own challenges, to allow ourselves not to be broken down, but rather to begin a transformation: to break open.