My search for wellness has taken me on many interesting roads. The more I have studied, the more I have come to realize that good health is not simply a matter of fixing physical things, but addressing emotional and spiritual issues as well. With that in mind, I would like to share 4 life-changing books that have helped me see myself and others in a new light. I feel they have given me important tools to help me in my quest for good health. Check them out and discover a happier and healthier you.
If you have ever felt guilty about saying no to people then this is the book for you. Dr. Cloud and Dr. Townsend present a biblical approach to setting appropriate boundaries and giving yourself permission to say no. It is an empowering and freeing message.
Why do we say and do things to ourselves that we would never dream of saying or doing to other people? Dr. Germer teaches practical approaches to overcoming the habit of being cruel to ourselves, showing how learning how to be more compassionate with ourselves helps us to be more loving and compassionate with others.
What does your illness do for you? That is one of the questions that Dr. Rankin suggests you ask yourself and the answer can be illuminating. If you are ready to explore a unique path to wellness, then this is the book for you. It will help you examine what may be standing in your way when it comes to getting well and help you develop a plan for overcoming your obstacles.
Looking to better understand the things you do and what makes other people tick? Carol Tuttle’s insights into energy types will provide just that. This book will not only help you be more comfortable being yourself, it will help you relate to others in a more productive and uplifting way.