Question by Evoo: Anyone recommend a self-help book?
I’ve kinda realized parts of my life are in shambles at the moment. I have a great fiancé and a great family. Love my job, etc.
I’m looking for a book that will help me figure out what kind of job I want in my life. I’m decent at a great deal many things and I need to choose something to concentrate in before it gets too late. I graduated from college with the intention of going to film or theater production, most likely documentary making. But with the recession, I’m looking for more stable options and running short on my experience.
Also trying to find a way to get over guilt. I have a great deal many things I (sort of) regret in my life. They were things that needed to be done and I know went about the solution in a good way, but I still guilt myself over the fact that a decision needed to be made in the first place. I need to learn to put thing behind me and move on, so I don’t go into my new life with my hubby-to-be with so much excess baggage (I know there will always be baggage, I’m not in denial of that).
Any books people recommend? Probably be renting from the library since I have no book money. I don’t want to read about someone else’s journey. I’m interested in questions that inspire me to ponder how I approach life.
Thanks in advance.
Answer by bigjohn B
Much can be learned from group therapy. What you are experiencing is not unique to you. Ask around, you might find a free group therapy session where you can help yourself and possible someone else too. helping someone else is a possible answer to your own problem, try it, you might like it.
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