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Sunday Paper Recommends—Week of November 06, 2022

Sunday Paper Recommends—Week of November 06, 2022

By The Sunday Paper Team
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At The Sunday Paper, we want to inspire you to gather at your table—virtually or with friends and family—and open your heart and mind to conversations that will move the needle. After all, the dinner table is where we connect on topics and map out the changes we can all make that’ll truly make an impact.

This week, to encourage your conversations, we recommend checking out the following:

What We're Reading:

In legendary rock star Bono’s memoir, Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story, he shares his journey from childhood to stardom and activism. We recommend you take a deep dive into the challenges he faced and how the people around him shaped and sustained him in this new book. Plus, each chapter is titled after a U2 song!

Fern Mallis has more fashion industry insider stories to tell. In Fashion Icon 2: Fashion Lives with Fern Mallis, she shares her experiences with New York Fashion Week, the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign, and 92nd Street Y. Similar to the book’s first volume, Mallis features 15 new interviews with beloved designers including Valentino Garavani, Victoria Beckham, Christian Siriano, and more.

What We're Listening To:

Happiness is not the same as experiencing positive emotions, and it does not come naturally. The Greater Good Science Center’s podcast Happiness Break hosts psychologist Dacher Keltner and more to help you find and cultivate inner happiness. Listen in to hear the science behind compassion, resilience, joy and inspiration.

What We're Watching:

Selena Gomez had been filming her new Apple TV+ documentary, My Mind & Me, for six years before giving an inside look into her mental health journey and bipolar disorder diagnosis. She’s now sharing her transformational story, which includes challenges she’s faced with her body image, professional insecurities, and lupus, in support of mental wellbeing for herself and others.

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