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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books To Read In 2020
. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this articleÂ This list is in no particular order.
This product was recommended by Kelly Spears from Modeling Wellness
How to Make Disease Disappear is a quick read that defines simple steps you can take to improve your health and reverse disease. Whether youâre dealing with an autoimmune disease or just not feeling your best, Dr. Rangan Chatterjeeâs four pillars for wellness are easy to understand and implement. I truly benefitted from his methods and am grateful that he created a book on wellness that was fun and relaxing to read.
This product was recommended by Katelyn Brockmiller from N/A
This book is great for anyone wanting to start a new health habit. Carrie goes into healthy recipes, workouts, and how she incorporates into her busy schedule. She truly inspires the reader that incorporating health habits do not have to be complicated, but can be accomplished by simple changes. This is must have in 2020.
This product was recommended by Leia Kalani from Tropical Topics
This best-seller tells the story of an alternate American history in which Franklin D. Roosevelt lost the 1940 presidential election to the enigmatic aviator Charles Lindbergh. Roth captivates readers by providing a unique perspective on history and what our modern lives could have looked like if things were different. This book is especially important in 2020 as it illustrates that our current reality isn’t so bad when you consider the potential alternatives. The author does a great job showing just how America could be won over by a president who sympathized with Hitler and it draws the reader in chapter after chapter. To make it even sweeter, HBO just debuted a miniseries based on the book which promises to be terrific.
This product was recommended by Stephanie Newman from PsychoTherapistNextDoor
Stephanie Newman, PhD. uses her insight as a clinical psychologist along with her imagination to write a book about bullying, mother daughter bonds, and the mean wealthy moms in fancy suburbs. Barbarians at the PTA is Desperate Housewives meets Mean Girls
This product was recommended by Susan J. Mecca from DrSusanMecca
The book is full of practical strategies, current research on resilience and coping, real-life examples of people dealing with tough times, and provides a hopeful, growth oriented perspective on dealing with crises.
This product was recommended by Francis Larsden from N/A
It’s nearly a prose poem about breaking free. Majidi’s story shows how many horrific relationships it may take to break the pattern of loving abusive men.
This product was recommended by Tamela C. Todd from TamelATodd
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