I am an only child. Growing up, I didn’t have siblings, but friends and family to play with. And when it came time to the hard parts of my young life, I found comfort in books. Books can provide a space for fun, escape, and information. And I soaked them all in.
They also worked as mentors, heroes and teachers to me. No matter what was going on in life, I could always count on the excitement, fantasy and often hope in the tattered pages of my favorite book.
That’s why this week’s posts are so meaningful to me. We’ve got posts on healing through books and one on how narcissism and the ego can negatively effect creative people. If you’re a book lover or a creative person, you’ll love these posts.
We’ve also got posts on body image, the importance of accepting the unknown and a controversial mockumentary in the mix this week. Hope you’ll enjoy them!
(The Therapist Within) – If your life has ever been changed by a book, then you might already understand the concept of bibliotherapy-healing through books and reading. This post invites you to become the book and then explore where that takes you.
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