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7 Books I Read Over and Over Again

Some books are not a read and throw books; they stay with you forever either because you love them so much or they are books that you have to go back to for guidance. I'm sharing with you guys a list of books that should be in your bookshelf.

1. The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman

Marriage is like a flower, the more you take care of it the more it blossoms. If you have ever wondered what seems to be preventing you from living a fully healthy marriage, this is the right book for you, even if you are living happily with your beloved one, it's better to know what causes people to split and the depth of our psyche. Most importantly, how to even achieve a higher state of intimacy and love that would give you an inner smile and make you feel connected to you partner and to yourself. Gottman seems to have figured it all out through years of research, the guy is a specialist, he can depict whether a relationship would last of fade just by perceiving the partner's' behavior. Gottam in this books shares very accurate and tested blueprint that every couple integrate in their relationship. ALL the lucky people that have been leading a healthy marriage weren't as we thought, these people are using a blueprint and it seems very common in all the victorious marriages. I always go back and consult this book for guidance and for reminding myself to keep it beautiful as it should be. Read More
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2. Happier at Home by Gretchen Rubin
The little things that we ignore everyday matter a lot and they are the blessings that we mostly don't see when we are carried away by life and its distractions. Family is the most important blessing, that we human beings are lucky to experience. If you have a home and few people who care, go home and love them like it will be your last day with them. This is a book that I can't live without, and I always re-read it to remind myself of what's important and how I can make my family feel loved and happy. Happier at home, point me back and make it easier for me with its practical steps. 
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3. A Circle of Quiet by Madeleine L’Engle
i liked this book because it's describing a state that I am familiar with. Madeleine L'Engle in this book describes living in the thirties and she referred it it as "the tired thirties" which makes sense to me. She went on progressing and working it out and these hints inside her beautiful mind inspired me to go through it with peace in my mind and soul. 
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4. Emma by Jane Austen
This is one of most amusing books i have ever laid my hands on. Emma is very unique, All of Jane Austen's work is. THE book is modern and woks a beacon of light, so enchanting and natural to read. However, EMMA has flaws like all of us do and that's the common thing between all humans and without our flaws there would be no virtues and good. 
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5. Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry
This is a book that would alter you and become part of you. You would sense it deeply as it you were the one experiencing what's happening and the books might remind you of some events that has happened in your life before. It's a very introspective book and it will put you in a state of wonderment. 
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6. The Well-Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer
We are so programmed to think that schooling should be only done in a classroom full of different students and a teacher who's teaching them all in the same way. This books is a must read for the people out there who are considering homeschooling for their children. The book tackles everything you'll need to know about the subject and explains it in a simple and clear way. I consult this book every time to remember what i chose homeschooling for my 2 children and encourage myself in the midst of the norms. 
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7. Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh
What would I be able to say to catch why I adore this book? It's frightful and despairing, contemplative and respectful conscious. I'm enchanted by the narrative of the Flyte family's unraveling–along with whatever remains of Britain's aristocracy–and by its topics of affection, misfortune, and beauty. 
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