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From heartbreak to adultery and dealing with grief, 10 books to guide you through each chapter of life

The world is full of both joy and woe and one of the few certain things about it all is that whatever is going on in your life, someone will have written a book about it.

I find reading profoundly comforting and am always reassured to find that other people have travelled the road before me.

Here are a few suggestions of books to keep you company through the peaks and troughs of the game of life. 

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