Which resources are you in need of?



Hey Sis by Shayla Peterson

The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion by Christopher K. Germer

Body Image & Eating Disorders
Goodbye Ed, Hello Me by Jenni Schafer

Life Without Ed by Jenni Schafer

The Anti-Diet by Christy Harrison


Boundaries by John Townsend & Henry Cloud

Burnout by Emily Nagoski & Amelia Nagoski

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Set Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra Glover Tawwab

Unf*ck Your Boundaries by Faith G Harper

Family Relationships

Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD

Drama Free by Nedra Glover Tawwab

Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay C. Gibson, PsyD

Why Won’t You Apologize by Harriet Lerner


Healing Through the Dark Emotions by Miriam Greenspan

The Gift of Grief by Ajita M. Robinson

Parenting & Postpartum

Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child by John Gottman, PhD

Raising Good Humans by Hunger Clarke-Fields MSAE & Carla Naumburg PhD

This Wasn’t What I Expected by Karen R. Kleiman, MSW, LCSW & Valerie Davis Raskin, MD

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Attached by Amir Lavine

Hold Me Tight by Sue Johnson

Love & Respect by Emerson Eggerichs

Love Dare by Stephen Kendrick

Love Sense by Sue Johnson

Marriage Ain’t for Punks by Calvin Roberson

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John M. Gottman


Brainspotting by David Grand, PhD

It Didn’t Start With You by Mark Wolynn

What Happened to You by Oprah Winfrey & Bruce D. Perry

The Body Keeps Score by Bessel van der Kolk

Inspired Reading

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The Color Purple by Alice Walker

Siddhartha by Herman Hesse

Who Am I? by Sri Ramana Maharshi

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu

Creating Affluence by Deepak Chopra

Encourage acceptance and living in the present moment

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness has several definitions. The main premise behind being mindful is that we accept our feelings (positive or negative) and what is happening in our own lives without passing judgment. Life can be difficult and presents with challenges on a daily basis. The more judgments we pass onto ourselves and these challenges, the more stress is encountered.

Mindfulness encourages acceptance and living in the present moment with everything. Even in our darkest hour mindfulness can be employed. Mindfulness is a continued way of living and being. So, whether you are enjoying a meal with a friend or on your commute to work, it is to be done with full attention and positive regard.

What can be done mindfully, you ask? Just about anything! The list is extensive but to name a few:

Sipping Coffee
Playing with Kids
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Mindfulness is being empathetically in tune and aware of your body and current feelings. It is a way to give to yourself before giving or taking from others.”