Give me some spiritual proof. Please.

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I might have a slight addiction to self-help books, and I’m done feeling shame about it. All I really want to do is improve myself, why should I feel ashamed about that? Self-help books are a gazillion dollar industry, just like dieting books, and just like dieting books, there are always questions about these books’ veracity and effectiveness.

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Elena Tucker

Elena Tucker

Writer and storyteller, immigrant, wife, mom, knitter, collector of jokes, lover of cheap, sweet wine.

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