Mental Health On Books (Update)

Unfortunately, I found my amazon link on mental health books on the left border side of my blog has not been working, so I replaced it with my link to Barnes and Nobel. In the future, I’m hoping to update my blog and add for instance, videos on mental health and through your purchase(s) with the links on the following books it can be a possibility! So without further ado, here are books I recommend for you to read.  These books are fun, entertaining, but most importantly educational:

A First-Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links between Leadership and Mental Illness

Anxious in Love: How to Manage Your Anxiety, Reduce Conflict, and Reconnect with Your Partner

Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight

Family Don't End with Blood: Cast and Fans on How Supernatural Has Changed Lives

Harry Potter Therapy: An Unauthorized Self-Help Book from the Restricted Section

It's Not Your Journey

Superhero Therapy: Mindfulness Skills to Help Teens and Young Adults Deal with Anxiety, Depression, and Trauma

Supernatural Psychology: Roads Less Traveled

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Mental Health in Books

Welp even though summer is over, reading is always IN! I may have repeated some of these books in the past, but here are direct links (I kinda work for Amazon.com) to these books and more so you can buy and better understand mental health.

Summer Reading….On Mental Health

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On vacation, but don’t have anything interesting to read? Want to know more about mental health? Want to find more books to read before you go back to school in the summer ends? Well look no further! I have a couple books (most from my bookshelf) I could recommend:

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It’s Not Your Journey

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“It’s Not Your Journey” chronicles a 2 year period the where, author, Rebecca Lombardo, discusses her bouts with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, self-injury, and recovery from a suicide attempt, while overcoming the loss of her brother and mother. Mrs. Lombardo’s book sheds light on what living with mental illness actually looks like in contrast to the negative depictions seen on mass media. And while yes, there are descriptions on the symptoms of mental health disorders, like for example, depression (e.g.  anger or irritability, concentration programs, feelings of helplessness and hopelessness), through her experiences you “see” what that looks like day to day.

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Author Rebecca Lombardo

Her novel provides, in addition, encouragement to her readers keep on pursing their dreams and goals despite living with mental illness. I, myself, who struggle with mental illness have been inspired to stay strong and be best self, no matter what situation or person is against me…even if it’s my own mental illness. I highly recommend to book to anyone who lives or doesn’t live with a mental health disorder. It’s sure to make laugh, cry, and empower you and/or those with/without mental illness. I highly recommend you read it!

*I received a copy of this book free in exchange for an honest review

You can also check out her website at:

RebeccaLombardo.com