Autumn Reading List

It’s been raining in Atlanta for…well, ever. At least it certainly feels like it. And so I’ve spent a good amount of time catching up on some reading. Here are some relevant and quality articles that may be of interest. Curl up out of the rain, make a mug of tea and get your read on:)

You’re Not the Crazy One, So Stop Believing It

This piece gives some information on gaslighting and why those who are mentally healthy are susceptible to such manipulations.

One Research-Backed Way to Effectively Manage Your Stressful and Busy Schedule

I tried putting this into effect this past week. I need more practice, but I like what I see so far.

Women May Internalize Relationship Problems While Men Get Frustrated

Interesting. What do you think?

What To Do When You’ve Been Cheated On

Good advice and a good starting point that injects some empathetic rationality into a situation of pure suckiness.

How to Ditch the Victim Mentality and Become More Empowered

I can never get enough of this stuff. Life. Changing.

I’m also finishing up a great book (Deep Survival) that explores why some people survive physical ordeals (lost at sea, 9/11, etc.) while others succumb. I see so many parallels with the traits and mindset that allow people to triumph over physical situations and emotional ones. Lots to think about.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and if you’re on a rain dance kick, please stop it:) I’m ready to dry out!


2 thoughts on “Autumn Reading List

  1. These articles were just what I needed this morning. Not only is my ex a manipulator, but my coworker who I can’t avoid. I have been thinking that over time she can change, but people “like them” don’t change because they can’t look in the mirror and see a problem.

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