8 Helpful Books About Friendship
Friendship is a gift and that is necessary and important in our lives. But just like anything in life, that doesn’t mean they are always easy. Friendships take work and effort if they are to last.
Today on our list we have 8 great books that cover the topic of friendships. Some of these books discuss keeping healthy boundaries in friendships. Others on the list cover how to heal from hurt and sin in friendships. And others talk about how to maintain a healthy friendship and be a good friend to those around you throughout your life. Grab these books, gather your friends and read these books on friendship together.
“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work; If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!” Ecclesiastes 4:9-10
Boundaries By: Henry Cloud
Boundaries don’t have to be a negative thing. This book dives into creating a balanced healthy lifestyle when it comes to relationships by setting boundaries.
Uninvited By: Lysa TerKeurst
TerKeurst shares personal experiences and knowledge of rejection in hopes of helping woman deal with their own rejection and painful past experiences.
Bread and Wine By: Shauna Neiquist
A perfect book for anyone who loves to gather friends around their table and share a great meal.
Giddy Up, Eunice By: Sophie Hudson
Sophie Hudson writes about finding the things we have in common instead of dwelling on the things that make us different.
Love Does By: Bob Goff
Living life through the lens of love changes everything. When “love does” first life starts to look very different.
Never Unfriended By: Lisa Jo Baker
A deeper look into lasting and meaningful friendships in a world where things are ever changing.
The Friends We Keep By: Sarah Zacharias Davis
This book tackles the tough questions all women ask at some point or another in friendship.
When Sorry Isn’t Enough By: Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas
A book on dealing with mistakes and hurt in our friendships.
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