Mary Pipher “Seeking Peace”

March 28th, 2009

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In the 1990s one of the most-talked-about nonfiction books was a landmark book about adolescent girls by psychotherapist Mary Pipher called “Reviving Ophelia.” It made Pipher a media celebrity.

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But as her reputation grew, her inability to deal with it did, too, finally resulting in a meltdown that changed her life. As she tells in her new book, she had to find a way to reclaim herself. Pipher calls her book “Seeking Peace: Chronicles of the Worst Buddhist in the World.”

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Elizabeth Gilbert “Eat, Pray, Love”

February 4th, 2007

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After her marriage ended, and ended badly, Elizabeth Gilbert needed some way to recharge and redirect her life. She decided that what she needed was a systematic change of scenery.

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So she planned a yearlong journey to Italy, India, and Bali. Now she tells us about her twelve months of self-rediscovery in a bestselling book called “Eat, Pray, Love.”

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