This reading list is sponsored by Lulu.
Don’t Be A Jelly Donut by Carleen Roberts
Don’t Be A Jelly Donut emphasizes that when it comes to what we eat, it isn’t just food; it’s also the things in life that we take into our mental, physical, and spiritual spaces.
Nurture Your Mind Journal Workbook by Desirae Biggs
This book shows how taking care of your mind can have a positive impact on your health, such as reducing stress and anxiety, boosting your immune system and enhancing your cognitive abilities.
Healing In Review: A Guide To Help Readers Reflect On Their Healing Journey Through Counseling Or Coaching by Sherrá Watkins, PhD
Healing in Review provides you with tools, resources, prompts, and activities to aid in your personal growth journey.
This self-paced journal includes poems, writing prompts, and questions designed to help you navigate and write through your experiences, observations, and emotions.
Memoirs of a Black NHS Mental Health Nurse by Carol Webly-Brown
Through her story, Webley-Brown seeks to break down the walls of racism and raise the profile of Black nurses.
What if There is Nothing Wrong with You is a guided journey of contemplation and fundamental foundational practices to support your self-worth and physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
510 Candles:The Illuminations of Nora Lorraine by Linda Barbour
This book shares the story of Nora Lorraine, whose brief life illuminated a fractured medical system.
Better Days: A Mental Health Recovery Workbook by Craig Lewis
This book helps those aspiring towards recovery and wellness, and also those in recovery, by addressing and challenging the individual to make significant cognitive adjustments in how they live their lives.
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