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FURTHER READING

<strong>THE HAPPINESS TRAP, RUSS HARRIS</strong>
THE HAPPINESS TRAP, RUSS HARRIS
This book is an easy to read guide to help you stop the internal struggle that says, “I’ll be happy when …”. Written by Russ Harris, it provides you with strategies and tips that are easy to use.The accompanying website,
www.thehappinesstrap.com.au has some great resources to help you use the strategies in the book, including worksheets and activities. There are also other books and CD’s for sale, along with access to workshops for the general public and therapists and coaches.

<strong>BE YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND, LOUIS PROTO</strong>
BE YOUR OWN BEST FRIEND, LOUIS PROTO
This is one of the first books that I read and is probably directly responsible for leading me on the path to where I am now. It’s a super easy read and within its pages I found the jolt I needed to start me realising that I had more to offer than I ever thought. I learned about how much I offer to other people and started to recognise that I deserved to be taken care of.

<strong>THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF, NORMAN DOIGE</strong>
THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF, NORMAN DOIGE
This book looks at the brain science behind neuroplasticity, which is the ability of the brain to regenerate, heal itself and to create new neural networks.
<strong>THE POWER OF A POSITIVE NO, WILLIAM URY</strong>
THE POWER OF A POSITIVE NO, WILLIAM URY
At some point in our lives we need to say “no” to someone. Whether it’s to our children, a co-worker or a spouse, this book shows you how you can protect yourself and stand up for what you believe in, whilst being respectful and positive.