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7 Intriguing Books About Identity

Fascinating stories about identity that you can learn from and use in the real world!

Our identity is shaped by the situations that we are in. Some of us might even feel identity-less after a traumatic experience, or a difficult end to a relationship. Finding your ground, and yourself, should not be joked about as a cliche – it’s a truly important journey that a lot of us have to take.

These books are truly inspirational and emotionally enthralling. Each one on this list has a handy description, so be sure to read that to find what resonates with you best.

#1 The Bridge to Wholeness by Jean Benedict Raffa

The Bridge to Wholeness by Jean Benedict RaffaGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Nominated for the Benjamin Franklin Award for the Best Psychology Book of 1992, the Bridge to Wholeness, describes an inner feminine way where one makes peace with dragons instead of fighting them. This moving account of a mythic journey from humility to strength, through darkness to light, carries a powerful message of unity and balance for seekers everywhere.

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#2 Dream Theatres of the Soul by Jean Benedict Raffa

Dream Theatres of the Soul by Jean Benedict Raffa Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

What are your dreams telling you? Dr. Raffa believes that dreams show us who we are and what we can become. In this fascinating book of how to analyze dreams, explore the feminine aspects, and use dreams to grow emotionally and spiritually, Raffa combines the metaphor of a theatre with the practicality of a handbook to provide a practical guide to understanding your dreams.

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#3 Healing the Sacred Divide by Jean Benedict Raffa

Healing the Sacred Divide by Jean Benedict RaffaGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Healing the Sacred Divide is timely: As issues of faith and women drive our political dialogue at national and local levels, this Wilbur Award-winning book offers a highly useful window into troublesome assumptions rarely recognized. Bringing these into the open can be enormously helpful for resolving conflict and promoting fruitful compromise between entrenched parties.

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#4 Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett

Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce is the perfect choice for anyone who has been in a long-term relationship that has ended. We tend to identify ourselves with the other person when in reality we are our own identity. Connect is a foolproof plan guiding the reader on how to gain back their power and discover their purpose by connecting within.

Connect supplies powerful tips on how to release from trapped toxic emotions of your past, how to push past fear, remove judgment, and transform so they can boost their self-esteem, identify their worth, and find a meaningful long lasting love for self, claiming their own identity.

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#5 The Kilwade Tragedy by Terry Keys

The Kilwade Tragedy by Terry KeysGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The importance of teen health and teen mental health cannot be overstated. Sadly, Terry’s novel is punishingly timely with all of the violent events so razor sharp at present. This is a novel to read not only because it is fine prose, but it also suggests a flaw in our society. A book every parent MUST read.

Amazingly graphic, terrifyingly real-life and current time. A parental must read. Terry Keys, USA Today bestselling author of Lie No More and The Missing pens his most captivating book to date. This is the heart-breaking story about a small-town boy who’d taken everything from everyone until he could take no more.

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#6 Disassembly Required by Beverly Willett

Disassembly Required by Beverly WillettGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Beverly Willett achieved the American Dream. And in one moment, after the discovery of her husband’s affair, it all came crashing down. Years later, and decades older, after her marriage and way of life had ended, after her daughters left for college, her career as a lawyer over, Beverly Willett would be forced to finally sell her home too.

Her identity had been tied up with her past — daughter, wife, mother, lawyer. At midlife, and alone, who was she without them? In the course of selling her dream house, she would finally find out.

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#7 I’m Okay by Faithaline Hippolyte

I'm Okay by Faithaline HippolyteGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Many persons are dissatisfied with who they are for many different reasons. This book proposes that instead of allowing others or even ourselves to define us, we can find our identity in who God says we are. The author weaves together biblical narratives, and her own life experience to show that in God, we are seen, loved and known, just as we are. She then gives the reader some questions to reflect on, in order to apply what is taught to their own lives.

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Contributors to this article
Jean Raffa from JeanRaffa

Dawn Burnett from A New Dawn Natural Solutions, Inc

Terry Keys from TerryKeys

Beverly Willett from BeverlyWillett

Faithaline Hippolyte from A Touch Of Happy

Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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