Reading List

A selection of further reading that I have found interesting and useful. The book links will take you to Amazon where you can read more about them. As a member of Amazon Associates, if you purchase a book through one of these links I will receive a commission at no additional cost to you. For further information, links are provided to any articles where I have referred to the books listed.

Home Coming (John Bradshaw) A guide to examining and moving past childhood scars. For comment on this book see Coming to terms with our past

Out of the Fog (Dana Morningstar) If you are in or have left any sort of relationship where you continually wonder what on earth happened and whether it is you that is crazy, this is the book for you. It’s not you. X

From Broke to Bread Winner – The Single Mom’s Guide to Financial Independence and More (Janaki Chakravarthy) A friendly, uplifting a wise outline of many of the issues that newly single mums, and indeed many women in general, face when trying to juggle children, a career and their own mental blocks. Her RECIPE provides guidance on 6 key areas of life essential for everyone’s well-being.

The Female Brain (Louann Brizendine, MD) An explanation of how the biology of the female brain influences how we think.

Divorce Became My Superpower (Caroline Strawson) The story of how one of the UK’s first accredited divorce and break up coaches weathered her own journey from rock bottom to success.

Prince Charming Isn’t Coming – How Women Get Smart About Money (Barbara Stanny) A guide to taking charge of your finances.

Rich Dad Poor Dad (Robert Kiyosaki) An eye-opening book about the importance of financial education and investing.