- Grief Recovery Handbook - by John W. James and Russell Friedman
- The Lessons of Love: Rediscovering Our Passion for Life When it all Seems Too Hard to Take - by Melody Beattie
- When Bad things Happen to good people - by Harold S. Kushner
- Messages from Spirit: The Extraordinary Power of Oracles, Omens, and Signs - by Colette Baron-Reid
- Angel Numbers - by Doreen Virtue
- Your Brain at Work - by David Rock
- Sacred Hellos - Message from Heaven - by Noelle Rollins
Accountability Buddy Information
An accountability partner can be a great way to help assure yourself that you will stay on track and also fully acknowledge how far you've come as well. We highly recommend finding an accountability buddy, schedule a quick 15-20 minute call one time per week. Each person should complete the Accountability Buddy call worksheet before the call, then during the call each person can spend 5-10 minutes sharing the information from their worksheet. Then the other person will have a turn. It's important to keep these calls short in timeframe so they don't start to feel overwhelming or unproductive; make sure to honor one another's time by staying on task.
Print out this worksheet and use it as a guide for your accountability buddy calls.