Welcome to Episode 42 of the RovingBookworm Podcast.
How are you all doing? I hope you all had a great week. It was a rainy week out here in Lagos but good all the same. This week’s episode is the final episode for season 3 and I hope you have all enjoyed the ride as much as I have. Thank you for coming back here week after week to be a part of the conversation and also sharing this podcast with your family and friends. As usual, I would be taking a 7 weeks break to hibernate and refresh myself for yet another season. I will miss having these awesome conversations
This week’s theme is inspired by a book I recently read titled ‘Necessary Endings’ by Henry Cloud and John Townsend. This book is a great resource if you would like to learn more about this theme. It is highly recommended. I got my copy on the SCRIBD app which has both the audio book and e-book whichever one you prefer and I am sure you can also get them on amazon.
We would be exploring this theme while focusing on the general theme for this season which we titled embracing change and the five things we cannot change.
I have titled this theme
Finishing Strong: Changes That Heal
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