I came across this review on the Scene website, and I wanted to share it with you because one of the things we know is that LGBTQ+ folks are more likely to deal with mental health issues, and also suffer a higher rate of suicide. So while the book is about being Bi, and not directly about mental health, during Suicide Prevention Week I think it’s important to share resources for groups who often struggle with seeing their own stories told. Based on the review, I think this book seems like exactly that type of thing, a voice of an underserved group.… Read More
I found this review and also learned a bit about a disorder I wasn’t really familiar with before, so I thought I would share it with you all.
I’ll let the description written by Steph’s Two Girls tell you more about the book:… Read More
Michael Dinich provides some insight into a book designed to help all of us become mentally stronger, and build resiliency:
Michelle Ribiero’s guidebook for mental toughness transcends its goal by being more than a self-help book, but a testament that anyone, anywhere, can achieve their goals with the right advice.… Read More
These are Joanne’s suggestions, and I wanted to share them with you all in the interest of offering some small reviews of books about mental health issues. As she says: ” I think everyone needs a self-care library – if … Read More