If Life Is A Game, These are The Rules By Cherie Carter-Scott I first found this book in the library. It was so on point and hit home. The premise is that there are rules of life, and when we’re out of sync with those rules, we have hard times. Each chapter made me think of my past mistakes and how I have the power to choose to stop making the same mistakes over and over again. This book will inspire readers and teach them how to live life to the fullest. It will forever be on my coffee table. Available in paperback at Amazon. 2) Why Doesn’t He Love Me? By L. Lynn Gilliard This book is the most logical and thought-provoking little motivational book (I listened to the audio version) that I’ve read in recent times. We all grow up with preconceived ideas about what the “perfect” life should be — careers, love relationships and friends. I learned by reading this book that we are totally in control of our experiences and the people that we allow to enter our lives. Choosing the most positive, genuine and loyal people to exist in your life is a major key to having a happy life. However, it’s most important to learn how to enjoy your own company. I’ve already started to spread word about this book to friends and family. It’s a book that you will read and reread to reaffirm the positive messages. Available in audio and paperback. 3) Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff By Richard Carlson P.H.D I enjoyed reading this book because I have always been told that I tend to overreact and take things to seriously or literally. I learned from reading this book that life is too short to over analyze life’s everyday occurrences. This is the type of book that you digest in little bites — one chapter every night before bed. I will absolutely, always remember the lessons learned from this book. Available as a paperback. Posted by Lorraine
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