In my own informal, very unscientific and unqualified experience, bibliotherapy has been a great success. The books I’ve read have contributed so much to the huge personal changes I’ve undergone in the last few years, especially after I started making a more conscious effort to choose the right book for the right time.
I used books to…
Here are some of my favourite articles I’ve published on bibliotherapy:
- What Bibliotherapy Means to Me
- Bibliotherapy For Anxiety: Active, Beautiful & Calming Fictional Books
- Bibliotherapy: Mood-Boosting & Gloomy Books For Depression
- ‘Reading Meditation’ And Bibliotherapy
- Reading Fiction Doesn’t Mean You’re Lonely (But Non-Fiction Might)
- Why Do We Enjoy Reading Fiction? (Fiction on the Brain, Part I)
- Fiction as a Simulation of Life (Fiction on the Brain, Part II)
- 15 Mood-Boosting and Feel-Good Books for 2014
- 10 Quick Ways to Feel Better with Fiction
- Here’s Why You Should Reread Your Favourite Novels (Again and Again)
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