Book Therapy: How Reading Books Can Help You Feel Better

book therapy can help you treat challenging mental states and live through difficulties

Book Therapy, also known as bibliotherapy, is a fantastic healing practice for book enthusiasts like you and me. It is no secret that books can help you solve problems, boost your mood, and offer condolences. And you do not have to exclusively turn to omnipresent self-help books. Our favorite fiction books, when chosen carefully and read therapeutically, can aid you in treating anxiety and loss as well as live through overwhelming emotions, both positive and negative. Discover how bibliotherapy works, and BooksRun will always support you when it comes to buying books and delivering them on time.

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20 Best History Books That Will Not Leave You Indifferent

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For all history fans out there — here is an ultimate list of 20 history books that you’d enjoy reading. These will suit humanities students, history enthusiasts, and anybody who is looking for an engaging read. Are you interested in prehistory or the Middle Ages? Or do you want to know more about black history? We have endeavored to include various histories in this collection, sorted more or less chronologically. So aficionados of contemporary history should scroll down without further ado! 

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Tips for Personal Energy Management to Overcome Fatigue and Burnout

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Feeling tired and low, always running out of time, lacking motivation, experiencing work from home burnout and zoom fatigue… Well, that’s most of us these days. Personal energy management can help you find a way out of this state of depletion and feel your best again. Have you heard of the “manage energy, not time” principle? We’ll explore it in more detail below, giving practical tips on improving your energy levels, overcoming fatigue, and preventing burnout. 

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10 Must-Read Books for Psychology Students — and for Anyone Interested

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Doubtfully there is any psychology student who is not familiar with general textbooks like Introduction to Psychology or Feldman’s Understanding Psychology. But what are other psychology books that will be interesting for young specialists, freshmen, applicants, and psychology-lovers? 

We’ve selected 10 must-read books for psychology students that you should read to get a better understanding of the field and ensure a fruitful, exciting career. It might be that you’ve come across some of the items on your syllabus. If not — you surely will so invest in your book collection now! If you are only choosing if this field is for you, there is no better way to know than to read a few books from the list as an experiment. Do these stories about clinical experiments, therapy, neurology, logical errors, and brain cells inspire you?

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Sustainable Book Publishing: How to Print and Read Eco-Friendly

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We have become quite conscious about the impact of our daily activities on the ecosystem: we are trying to implement new ways to reduce our footprint, plastic usage, natural resource extraction, and so on. But what is the situation with sustainable book publishing? Are books and college textbooks sustainable at all? Or should we all switch to digital alternatives?

We will explore in more detail if it is possible to maintain an eco-friendly printing industry. The publishing industry is one of the significant consumers of paper. Therefore, the question about the sustainability of paper manufacturing comes to the foreground. But it’s not the only issue that eco-friendly publishers have to deal with. Can the whole process of book production be more eco-friendly? What are the major challenges, and how publishers react to them? Should we adopt more sustainable reading habits?

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6 Lovely Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day 2021

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Whether you feel like celebrating Valentine’s Day or not, it will be hard to withstand the festive mood. We hope you will not stay away from all those hearts and hugs. Instead, plunge into the celebration and give yourself a reason to smile and to treat the person you love the most — yourself. 

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The One Thing You Need to Know About Note-Taking Apps and Methods

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Best note-taking methods, apps, and styles have been discussed a million times. But not that many articles answer the most obvious concern: what exactly should we take notes of? Realizing your real aims is by far the main recipe for legible and useful notes. So instead of downloading another note-taking app, let’s learn that one thing you need to know about the best notes of your life.

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How to Give a Compliment: Explore the Power of Kind Words

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National Compliment Day is getting closer! Again and again, we try to figure out what are the benefits of giving compliments. You might think it is an outdated social convention or insincere flattering. Others feel that kind words are a beautiful way to make someone smile but still wonder how to give a compliment. Scientists claim that giving and receiving compliments makes us feel better. Who is right? Let’s explore the science behind compliments!

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How to Stick to your New Year’s Resolutions and Not to Give Up

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Every year, a long list of New Year’s resolutions lands on our tables. January 1 is not better or worse than November 23, but for some reason, you expect yourself to eat healthier, spend less time on your phone, and start a yoga challenge. Do you manage to stick to these habits, or do you usually give up on them after a few weeks or months? Here, we present six steps that can help you review the New Year’s resolutions, wishes, and goals and actually achieve them. 

We all become overly ambitious when anticipating the turn of the year. At some point in December or January, many of us make wishes and resolutions for the coming year to open them next December and feel miserable for achieving only a little. Several difficulties lead to this situation — the most common being not choosing your own New Year’s resolutions but those omnipresent in the media. Luckily, several tools and techniques can help you to attend to your resolutions throughout the year. Curious to learn more?

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Christmas Delivery Delays: Postal Problems Endanger our Holiday Mood

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Have you experienced problems with delivery delays this month? You are not the only one. This December, thousands of people, both customers and companies, are facing late shipments, delays, and other postal service problems. Is Christmas under threat now?

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