Read and Repeat

Any other rereaders out there?

And here’s a link to an article on the subject.

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  1. I have an entire bookcase full of books that I constantly reread. It’s like keeping in touch with old friends – someone you’re very comfortable with.

    My only problem is, it’s hard to find “new” books, because I tend to get so engrossed in the older ones 🙂

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  2. I reread my books all the time. It’s great. Like Carrie said, it’s like visiting old friends.

    🙂

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  3. I have two sets of books that I reread. One set is a group of books I reread occasionally and then there is a handful that I reread every year.

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  4. yes I reread all the time. Comfortable with them. I have those old favs I pull out when I’m in a funk and those I reread just because i love the stories.

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  5. I reread a novel if the story and characters grab me. If the story is able to appeal to some emotion or situation, I find myself wanting to feel that emotion or feel myself in that situation again. Plus its kind of a plus to know the outcome. No surprises.

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  6. Hey, I wanted to share my new post about LGBT-friendly-community with you.
    I believe that the higher the organization’s leaders’ Empathy and Personal Relationships EQ scores, the better their chances are to be more open-minded, acceptive, and better relate to others, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation and believes system. The more likely the company is to feel respect for people who are considered “different” by the majority. The higher the likelihood of the business to take initiatives to become more active and visible in the LGBT-community.
    I’d appreciate your feedback.
    Thanks.

    http://eqforsuccess.wordpress.com/2012/02/27/empathy-for-diversity/

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