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At the Tip of Your Fingers
IN AN UNSPOKEN VOICE BY PETER LEVINE
An encyclopedic tome on how the body heals from trauma, you may find yourself re-reading this book multiple times. It is readable, deeply informative, and inspiring.
NATURE DEFICIT DISORDER BY RICHARD LOUV
This book wonderfully describes the importance of getting outside! Or as close as we can to it. This book that renews us and returns us to what we know to be true.
HOLD ON TO YOUR KIDS BY GORDON NEUFELD
A kind of false independence can happen if it is not in the context of meaningful relationships with adults. This book describes the importance of children being part of a larger group of caring adults, and the true independence that spring from deep attachment bonds, even into the teenage years.
NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION BY MARSHALL ROSENBERG
The classic. One that so many communications experts draw from, why not go to the source?
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