It’s Time To Talk Day where we look at opening up conversations, hence here are some great books to get the ball rolling.
‘Blue Monday’ is on the third week of January, which is considered “the most depressing day of the year.” Here are some books to help you get a yellow glow.
It’s International Stress Awareness Week, hence here are some important books for this time of year!
It’s World Mental Health Day, hence here are some books from authors who’ve faced challenges themselves.
World Suicide Prevention Day seeks to remove the stigma of mental health, hence here are some books to educate us all.
Looking for books for Men’s Health Week? Well look no further with this selection!
Mental health books can be a fantastic resource and entry way into understanding psychology and the way the brain impacts mood, behaviour, and thoughts. Picking up a book can be helpful no matter what your situation — whether you are working through your own mental health journey, brushing up on your self-care, or generally interestedContinue reading “Books for Mental Health Awareness Week”
If you’ve ever been through a highly stressful event or series of events, you’ve been through a traumatic experience. A feeling of helplessness, horror, and in some cases, the challenges of a serious injury (or the threat of one) are common after these events. So how do we heal from adversity? Thanks to the followingContinue reading “Healed: How do we heal from adversity?”
Freelance journalist Johanna Leggatt says: “Sadness is a reasonable response to the horrors of the world and the absurdities and disappointments of modern life”, and yet we tend to be averse to this notion, running in the opposite direction in a bid to pursue happiness. So why can’t we sit with sadness, and can itContinue reading “Sad: Why can’t we sit with sadness?”
If we could just slow down our lives, they would be a whole lot better. Aspects of modern life like the instant gratification of online shopping and the hyper speed of social media have contributed to burnout, a diagnosable condition that includes exhaustion, negative feelings and reduced effectiveness. So how do we slow down? ThanksContinue reading “Slow: How do we slow down?”