Personally, I have had a few, but the one that sticks out for me is "Wild at Heart" by John Eldredge. It talks about fatherhood and having a warrior heart.
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Not heard of that one, but exploration is always good.
Thanks for sharing that. Help can come from unexpected places for sure. Glad, in your case, that you found help through these books.
These two I have heard of, but never read. Man, I'm gonna be spending the next year in hibernation with a stack of recommended books... Thanks.
I just realized that the question was about non-fiction. "Les Miserables" is a fictional story, but set in a non-fictional society. I suppose that "Women Who Run with the Wolves is non-fiction (about relationships based on archetypes).
I've heard of Iron John, but not read it. Have to add it to my reading list... thanks.
Yes, Joel Osteen has some great insights and it is VITAL in today's world with all the mixed messages, that we know who we are. Might have to read that one myself now... thanks.
I've not read anything by Churchill yet, but that would interest me for sure with my English background...
I've read The Tongue - A Creative Force by Capps and it was really good.
Glad to hear you have read and like it..I would recommend for you to read more of his books, he is such a good writer and if Angels should interest you I highly recommend it too. Thanks for letting me know you liked it and thought it was a good one
Sorry, not heard of that, but I can check it out now... thanks.
I read your hub - great stuff. It is wonderful how a book can connect with individuals in different ways, and sometimes those ways are life-changing as was yours.