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What the community says about Moving On
- "This book is a beautiful, deeply personal, and wonderful work. I feel that this book has changed my life, because the author is so genuine and open about her own heart. Her honesty causes me to realize things about myself or put into words emotions that I could not yet figure out. I hope every woman will read this book. This book found me in a crisis of my life, and has helped me to get through it. I am grateful for it."
- "Wow! Get this book now, is really all I can say! If you are like me, and find yourself surrounded by toxic people or environments that you simply need to "cleanse" from, this book is a great place to start! The message is simple, timeless, and really the best thing I could have stumbled upon at this point in my life. I recently got out of a long relationship and needed to cleanse my home of all the negative reminders and energy that seemed to abound. This book is it! "
- "While this is a good book on helping you to de-clutter your home and is really encouraging and positive, I don't think this one makes the list for a good therapy book for depressed people. There are plenty of other self help books out there that are geared more towards depression. I would've suggested Dr. David Burns book 'Feeling Good' before suggesting this one. "
- "Wow, I've needed to declutter for so long now. I'm not a hoarder or anything, but it's been beyond time for me to get rid of the kids' baby clothes and so on. This book really helped me connect with my home and possessions. I was able to get past the nostalgia for the baby days and let go of so much. I love this!"
- "I was looking for a book that went into more detail about the author's experiences as a woman. Moving On was more in the new age self help vain. It does offer up some decent perspectives and wisdom about life, but didn't highlight enough about the authors unique struggles as a woman. "
- "Moving On is a non-fiction self help book that focuses on organising your living space. It combines the idea of keeping a clean and neat home with a sense of spiritual and mental healing. Though it is well-reviewed by readers, it is not particularly well-known and most would not consider it a must-read book."
- "This book has really helped me change my relationship to stuff and clutter. Accessible to anyone regardless of their personal beliefs, Breathnach uses spirituality to teach us how to build truly meaningful homes. Her words nourished my soul and made me feel capable of facing how material my life had become. A great way to introduce yourself to minimalism!"
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in What are the best nonfiction books"This is yet another book on mindfulness and changing your attitude in order to change your life. Much of it is what you already know if you are on a path to openness and respect everyone regardless of faith. Hearing her story might help inspire your own so it is worth a read. "