Love to Read? Looking for Community? Join the SPAN Book Club for Free

Written by Angela Atkinson

Are you looking for a way to both socialize and regain your sense of self after a toxic relationship? Would you like to do so without having to leave your own home?

Well, look no further! SPAN Book Club is here to serve exactly that need – and then some. Get your intellectual stimulation and share camaraderie over a shared hobby, while alleviating the typical loneliness and isolation suffered by survivors of narcissistic abuse from the comfort of your home when you join the book club.

SPAN Book Club is facilitated by SPAN admin Sarah Browne, who offers an active, engaging group experience that is completely free. Sarah and the SPAN Book Club community offer socialization and camaraderie over a shared hobby to alleviate loneliness and isolation for survivors of narcissistic abuse and members of our SPANily.

She says that the club helps survivors to remember how to have their own voices and to have their own thoughts and opinions validated. And, she says, the added benefit is that survivors regain a sense of self in the process.

How it works:

  • Books are chosen by the group members.
  • Sarah announces her top three choices, and members have a week to cast their votes.
  • Once the book is chosen, members get a week to obtain the book through Amazon.com, their local library or any other source.
  • The discussion begins the following week on Sunday.

Want In? Join the SPAN Book Club, right here.

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