Whether you're reading to escape the chaos of real life, you want to wind down before you go to sleep or you are looking to get lost in a world of wonder, this pastime can make for good therapy.
Reading can be a great way to boost your mood, so here is a list of books that will guide you through life's craziness and offer a new perspective.
"A timeless fable about perseverance- and how there's beauty in not giving up- this novella is perfect for when your to-do list feels overwhelming." - Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin, authors of The Novel Cure: An A-Z of Literary Remedies.
"This book is not only informative but normalizes the process of menopause and aging. It's presented in a whimsical and hilarious manner." - Mary Amanda Graham, Ph.D.
"This book shows the reader how to derive satisfaction from reorganizing their life. It appeas across generations and culture as you ask yourself about your core values and what gives you joy." - Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson, Ed.D.
"After an epiphany, Rubin realized 'the days are long, but the years are short,' and dedicated a year of her life exploring what makes her happy and how to focus on the things that matter." - Laura Bruneau, Ph. D.
"This dystopian vision of a future in which all color has been drained from life, reminds us that happiness and sadness are two sides of the same coin. You can't have one without the other." - Ella Berthoud and Susan Elderkin.
"Markova takes risks 'to lie so that which came to me as seed/goes to the next as blossom/ and that which came to be as blossom/ goes on as fruit'. This book is a cornucopia of radiance." - Sherry Reiter, Ph.D.
Feeling inspired? Find out what the which 6 books are on the next page.