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I Can Fix This: And Other Lies I Told Myself While Parenting My Struggling Child

Parents will find the need for tissues, several laugh-out-loud sections, and honest reflections in this highly relatable book.

Carry Strong: An Empowered Approach to Navigating Pregnancy and Work

The book would’ve benefitted from a more inclusive study sampling. Nonetheless, it is jam-packed with practical and important information for women within the scope of its realm.

Microjoys: Finding Hope (Especially) When Life Is Not Okay

Spiegel’s relatable approach, free of toxic positivity, will resonate with readers looking for a thoughtful way to reflect on the joys of everyday life, even when times are difficult.

Body Neutral: A Revolutionary Guide to Overcoming Body Image Issues

A must-read for anyone interested in wellness trends, trauma and embodiment, and gender theory. It’s as suitable for academic libraries as it is for everyday readers tired of fighting against their desire to be or seem a specific way.

How To Calm Your Mind: Finding Presence and Productivity in Anxious Times

While occasionally repetitive, and while it could benefit from additional voices, this book makes for a good start on the journey to calm.

The Sleep Prescription: Seven Days to Unlocking Your Best Rest

This book offers readers a flexible hands-on approach that addresses a serious problem. Highly recommended for anyone trying to reduce insomnia or improve overall sleep.

Don’t Worry: 48 Lessons on Relieving Anxiety from a Zen Buddhist Monk

Highly recommended for general readers interested in Eastern philosophy and open to learning practical approaches to dealing with anxiety. Masuno’s useful advice is particularly needed in recent times.

Anything but My Phone, Mom! Raising Emotionally Resilient Daughters in the Digital Age

Cohen-Sandler’s research-based guidance is a must-read for parents of teenage girls.

The Ballerina Mindset: How To Protect Your Mental Health While Striving for Excellence

Encouraging and full of common-sense advice, Fairchild’s book will help readers trying to fulfill their true potential. Even those who aren’t pursuing ballet will find it helpful.

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