Well-being Book Club

Myself, Rose (@rosewiltshire) and Alex (@AJ628studentMH) were discussing books over Twitter and came up with the idea of an online book club. The idea is that we choose and read one book a month as a group, then we can chat on Twitter or review the book on our blogs or both. The book will be themed around self help/mental health/well-being, our hope is that the books will be helpful and that we will all benefit from the community feel of the project. At the end of each month we will host a Twitter chat and everyone is invited to write a review about their experience of the book. Links to the reviews will be posted on this page so that we can browse through each others reviews. If you don’t have your own blog you can email me your review and I will post it for you.

February’s winning book is Sane New World by Ruby Wax. The live twitter chat will take place on Saturday 21st February 7-8pm UK time.

January’s book is Feel The Fear And Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers. If you have written a review of the book, feel free to send me the link @CalmKitchen as I am compiling a list of reviews.

Feel free to comment below if you are joining in =)


15 thoughts on “Well-being Book Club

  1. I really don’t mind what the first book is. I’d be happy with anything just to get all this started in January! I’m going to throw these suggestions into the ring.

    Overcoming Depression One Step At A Time (bit pricey though).

    Exercise For Mood And Anxiety

    Mind Whispering: How to break free from self-defeating emotional habits

    The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It

  2. Three suggestions:

    The Mind Management Programme for Confidence, Success and Happiness by Dr Steve Peters.

    Mindful Compassion by Paul Gilbert & Choden

    Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression (Self-help strategies for happiness, inner strength and well-being) by Miriam Akhtar

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