6 Self-Care and Self-Love Books to Read ASAP
On the topics of self-care and self-love, naturally, come books that highlight the importance of each and how you can prioritize healthy practices in your daily life.
I highly suggest you order these books and line your bookshelves with them ASAP to best serve your mind, body, and soul.
What I appreciate most about Borges’ perspective is that anything can really be a form of self-care, as long as it serves you in a healthy and meaningful way.
The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care by Anna Borges
D.A. Sarac’s self-care journal, I Am ******* Radiant, is the opposite of what you’d expect out of a self-care book. Rather than promoting self-care habits like bubble baths and yoga, Sarac is all about directly tackling the things in your life that are holding you back.
I Am ******* Radiant by D.A. Sarac
My Therapist Says: Advice You Should Probably (Not) Follow
My Therapist Says: Advice You Should Probably (Not) Follow is a humorous guide that will give your mental health the validation it’s been seeking for, likely, most of your twenty-something years.
You’ll find yourself empowered to think about happiness, suffering, the power of choice, failure, saying no, and rejection in a totally new light.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving A **** by Mark Manson
Organized in three main sections, this book is divided into loving yourself, loving your body, and bringing it all together. Each section contains passages of defining self-love, taking quizzes, responding to self-love challenges, and answering self-love prompts.
The Gift of Self-Love by Mary Jelkovsky
I would recommend this title to any woman who has struggled in her journey to love her body as it is and battled her mental health every day as a consequence of the myriad of triggers in advertising, magazines, social media posts, and music lyrics that suggest you aren’t beautiful unless you fit a specific body type.
Girl Up by Laura Bates
Which of these will you read first?