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Many people find reading books helpful for understanding and living with loss. The book, “It’s OK That You’re Not OK,” offers a profound approach to both the experience of grief and the way we try to help others who are on their grief journey. The book provides a permission slip to feel what you feel when life finds you in a place of great loss.

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In these dissonant times, when tradition is too often met with contempt and suspicion, the freshly redesigned Ghost arrives with its best attributes intact. It still delivers the most seamless driving experience you’ll ever encounter. The Ghost is a dose of reassurance in an age when everything seems to have come unhinged. $332,500

Cush Jumbo had a “miserable” experience after her pregnancy was written into ‘The Good Fight’ because she worked up to a few days before she gave birth and then only had a two-week break before having to hit the gym.

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“If you’re a generalist who has ever felt overshadowed by your specialist colleagues, this book is for you,” Gates wrote. “In this fascinating book, (Epstein) argues that although the world seems to demand more and more specialization — in your career, for example — what we actually need is more people ‘who start broad and embrace diverse experiences and perspectives while they progress.’”

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Quibi, of course, went belly up before the year would end. Even with $1.75 billion in funding, the mobile-only platform from founders Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman was a dud from the word go and a notorious footnote in a year that became primarily a stay-at-home experience.

John Rosengren is the Minneapolis-based author of nine books, most recently "A Clean Heart," a novel centered on the staff and patients of an adolescent drug treatment center inspired, in part, by Minnesota's pioneering St. Mary's. At a time of increased concern about drug and alcohol abuse — a June CDC study found 13% of respondents had started or increased substance use to cope with the ...

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Yokai is a Japanese catch-all term for supernatural critters and monsters in the island nation’s folklore. If you didn’t know that, don’t feel bad: I didn’t know it either until I read the book.

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