Ceridwen Dovey on how bibliotherapists Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin prescribe fiction for healing and self-exploration.
— Read on www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/can-reading-make-you-happier
American readers have become more interested in books about mental health than about diet and exercise, according to data released by bookstore chain Barnes & Noble.
— Read on www.latimes.com/books/la-et-jc-mental-heath-book-sales-20190111-story.html
But before I give you that magical sentence from Mr. Vonnegut, let me share two memories. Memory One: I was eight years old when my relative pinched my love handles and called me Po
— Read on www.elephantjournal.com/2016/05/what-kurt-vonnegut-taught-us-about-the-science-of-happiness/
Whether it is in a crowded room or at home by yourself, loneliness is painful.
— Read on www.mentalhealthamerica.net/blog/looking-support-during-holidays-check-out-these-free-resources
NAMI’s Ask the Expert Webinar: Cultural Competence in Psychiatry
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Since the rise of the smartphone, indicators of mental health such as happiness, self-esteem and life satisfaction have decreased while serious mental health issues like anxiety, depression, loneliness and suicide have increased significantly. Here are some tips to reduce screen time.
— Read on www.nami.org/Blogs/NAMI-Blog/August-2018-/How-to-Reduce-Screen-Time-in-the-Digital-Age