“We enter the bookstore, see the many volumes arrayed there, and think: so much to read, so little time. But books do not take time; they give time, they expand our resources of both heart and mind. It may sound paradoxical, but they are, in the last analysis, scientific, for they trace the far-flung route by which we come to understand our world and ourselves. They take our measure. And we are never through discovering who we are.” Arnold Weinstein

Daring Greatly By Brene Brown
The Gifts of Imperfection By Brene Brown
I Thought it was Just Me (But it Isn’t) By Brene Brown
The Body Keeps the Score By Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.
Life Without Ed By Jenni Schaefer
Goodbye Ed, Hello Me By Jenni Schaefer
Presence: Bringing your Boldest Self to your Biggest Challenges By Amy Cuddy
Eating in the Light of the Moon By Dr. Anita Johnston
Body Myth By Margo Maine, Ph.D and Joe Kelly