Self-Help Books: Good Guidance for Turbulent Times

As we head into year three of a worldwide pandemic, it’s not surprising that stress and burnout are at all-time highs across many professions and major swaths of the American public. Tellingly, the American Psychiatric Association’s “Healthy Minds Monthly” poll from December 2021 found that “more than one in four Americans (26%) or more than 67 million adults say that next year (2022), improving their mental health is on their minds.”

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