Books I found very helpful for boosting Mental health

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  1. Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King

In this Vex King draws on his own experience and intuitive wisdom to teach you how to practise self-care, establish positive habits, manifest your objectives using tried-and-tested strategies, conquer fear, and find a higher purpose in life so you can become a shining beacon for others.

  1. Sunday Wisdom: Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Discussions by Oprah Winfrey

If you need a pick-me-up, then Oprah’s Sunday Wisdom is a great go-to resource.

This extremely encouraging collection of interviews with Oprah and some of the world’s most remarkable people compiles the best “aha” moments from “Super Soul Sunday.” This is the book for you if you’ve been searching for a sense of purpose or direction.

3)You Are Here: An Owner’s Manual for Dangerous Minds by Jenny Lawson

This book is filled with intricate pictures and life advice, combining inspiration, therapy, colouring, humour, and guidance. It’s a really great book for when you’re going through a difficult time and can be a great reference book, no matter what you’re going through.

You Are Here is both amusing and immensely honest – a tool to help you deal with complex life events in a confident, creative, and happy way.

4)Super Attractor: Methods for Manifesting a Life Beyond Your Wildest Dreams by Gabrielle Bernstein

This is a book on manifesting a life beyond your wildest dreams.

Super Attractor takes a spiritual approach and provides key recommendations to live in accordance with the universe to create the life you want. This includes the ‘Choose Again Method’ for reframing negativity and increasing your mood.

5) Anxiety Happens: 52 Ways to Find Peace of Mind by Georg H. Eifert PhD And John P. Forsyth PhD

Drawn from evidence based research, Anxiety Happens is a kind and comforting read.

Written by PhD writers, this is a very simple reference book you can fall back on any time you feel like life is getting away from you, or your day-to-day circumstances feel like it’s getting a little too much. Flick through however you want, or practise one technique for every week of the year; it’s up to you.”

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