Best Spirituality Book for Depression: Forty Days of Freedom by Kathie Anne Lewis
Okay, so I haven’t read this book yet. Permit me a full explanation.
The books on my Best Law of Attraction Books for Overcoming Depression list that are found in the first section, also titled Best Law of Attraction Books for Overcoming Depression, are those that I have read and that I can personally vouch for. The other books on this list, under the Other Recommended Law of Attraction Books for Overcoming Depression heading, are those that I haven’t read yet but that have achieved some degree of recognition and appreciation. (In other words, they’re the books that don’t suck.)
This is one of those books.
I include these along with my personal favorites in order to offer a comprehensive list of the books on this topic for the “spiritual travelers” out there—people who, like me, are always on the lookout for their next inspiring spiritual read.
(By the way, as far as I know this list is the most comprehensive of its kind on the Internet. This includes Amazon and other automated lists, since a large percentage of the books on those lists are miscategorized.)
In case you haven’t seen it already, here is the full Best Law of Attraction Books for Overcoming Depression. Or you can see all of my Best Spirituality Books for Overcoming Depression lists here.
And don’t forget to read the descriptions of my top-tier Best Books for Depression. Each book listed in the first sections of my Best Spirituality Books for Overcoming Depression lists links to a full article that rates how helpful I think the book is for overcoming depression. I call it my “depression effectiveness rating,” and it uses a 10-scale. Because even with spiritual stuff, sometimes you just want a number.
Really just want to read about this law of attraction book? Here’s where to go:
Forty Days of Freedom on Amazon
Forty Days of Freedom on Goodreads
Forty Days of Freedom on Google Books
Forty Days of Freedom on iTunes
Forty Days of Freedom on Barnes and Noble
Official Website of Kathie Anne Lewis
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