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Feeling Low? What To Read That Can Boost Your Spirit!


Manisha Jessani
"Simple yet complicated, upfront yet sophisticated! I have a knack of knowing people, maybe because of what I've seen in life or maybe I was born with it. I wanna leave my mark!"

There’s no shame in admitting that you are feeling low. We all go through this phase when we need someone or something to motivate us, just a trigger which can help us gain the confidence we have lost, to fight this battle called LIFE! The best way to overcome this time is to read and ‘coz you must be wondering about what to read, here’s a list…Take your pick!

Year Of Yes


Who doesn’t know Shonda Rhimes, the famous creator of the hit TV series Grey’s Anatomy! Her book “Year of Yes” published in 2015 is a must read for you girls who shy out and are introverts. If you are hesitant to say ‘YES’, read this self-help book. And see how saying yes will help you experience and explore new things in life.

Bad Feminist


Do you call yourself a girl of the 21st century? Yes? Then you should read this remarkable book by Roxane Gay published in 2014. “Bad Feminist” deals with the ideology of feminism and how loving things could go against the perspective of a feminist. Your view of looking at the world will develop after reading this book.

The Light of the World


Published in 2015, this book written by Elizabeth Alexander will teach you how to survive gracefully after premature death of your loved one. It will help you cope with the irrepairable loss. An interesting fact, Michelle Obama has listed this book as among her favourite!

‘Til The Well Runs Dry


If you love travelling, read this book published in 2014 by Lauren Francis-Sharma. She will take you to the world of mid-twenties of Trinidad Island. This fictional novel will showcase love to you in its different forms. It is a beautiful, multi-cultural and multi-generational story.

Ordinary Light


This is a phenomenal book by Tracy K. Smith published in 2015. It is a memoir through which Tracy tries to overcome the sorrow of her mother’s death and how she deals with establishing her identity in America.

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