Helpful Books:

Relationships and Dating

if the Buddha dated, a Handbook for Finding Love on a Spirtual Path by Charlotte Kasl

The bible of dating. This book offers wisdom and insight into finding a partner while remaining true to yourself.

If Love Is a Game, These Are the Rules by Cherie Carter- Scott

An insightful and easy to read book about the rules for finding love and creating long-lasting relationships.

Loving Choices– An Experience In Growing Relationships by Dr. Bruce Fisher and Nina Hart

In Fisher and Hart’s self-help book you will explore and learn about yourself in order to build better relationships.

Safe People-How To Find Relationships That Are Good For You and Avoid Those That Aren’t by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr John Townsend

This book examines why individuals choose unsafe people to have relationships with and how to choose safe people.

Boundaries in Dating- How Healthy Choices Grow Healthy Relationships by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr John Townsend

Learn about setting and maintaining healthy boundaries while dating.

Getting the Love You Want by Harville Hendrix

Hendrix explores why we choose the relationships we do and how that awareness leads to more loving and supportive future relationships.


You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay

In this book, you explore your thoughts and beliefs about every aspect of your life. Louise believes that our thoughts create our life and teaches us techniques of self-love and positive thinking. I suggest the companion workbook.

Write It Down, Make It Happen– Knowing What You Want and Getting It by Henriette Anne Klauser

Henriette believes the first step to achieving our goals is writing them down. She also believes individuals learn more about themselves and what they want through writing. This book is helpful to identify and achieve goals.

Children and Divorce

When Mom and Dad Separate-Children Can Learn to Cope With Grief from Divorce by Marge Heegaard

A great book for children ages 4-12 to learn about exploring and expressing their emotions surrounding their parent’s divorce. The book involves journaling and drawing.

Tear Soup-A Recipe for Healing After Loss by Pat Schwiebert and Chuck Deklyen

An honest and inspiring story about one woman’s grieving process. Children of all ages, including adults, will benefit from this book.

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