Lipsky, Laura van Dernoot, author
Galanti, Regine, author.
With proven CBT-based skills and mindfulness techniques, this book can be your guide out of the spiraling stress of anxiety and get you back on track to living a happy and healthy life. Getting good grades, keeping up with social media, maintaining friendships... you have a lot on your plate and it's more difficult when you add anxiety to the mix. You may even be avoiding situations, events, or people that could trigger your anxiety. So, how do you stop yourself from missing out on life' With Anxiety Relief for Teens, Dr. Regine Galanti teaches you how CBT-based skills and mindfulness techniques can help you manage your anxiety and reverse negative patterns.
King, Brian (Comedian)
Explores what stress is, where it comes from, and what it does to our bodies and brains. Includes life-changing tips through a blend of humor, science, and guidance.
Nagoski, Emily, author
Petersen, Anne Helen, author
While burnout may seem like the default setting for the modern era, BuzzFeed culture writer and former academic Anne Helen Petersen argues that burnout is a definitional condition for the millennial generation. Utilizing a combination of sociohistorical framework, original interviews, and detailed analysis, Petersen offers a galvanizing, intimate, and ultimately redemptive look at the lives of this much-maligned generation, and will be required reading for both millennials and the parents and employers trying to understand them.
Telgemeier, Raina, author, artist
In a semi-autobiographical graphic novel, the author describes her childhood anxiety, in a story about growing up and gathering the courage to face and conquer her fears.
Siebert, Melanie, author
This nonfiction book for teen readers is a guide to understanding mental health and coping with mental illness, trauma and recovery. It features real-life stories of resilient teens and highlights innovative approaches to mental-health challenges.
Young, Karen, author
Kids can do amazing things with the right information. Understanding why anxiety feels the way it does and where the physical symptoms come from is a powerful step in turning anxiety around -- p4. of cover.
Price, Devon, author
A social psychologist uncovers the psychological basis of the "laziness lie", which originated with the Puritans and has ultimately created blurred boundaries between work and life with modern technologies and offers advice for not succumbing to societal pressure to "do more". Price believed that productivity was the best way to measure his self-worth-- until his health began to suffer. Here he explains that the "laziness lie" began with the Puritans, and has continued to proliferate as digital work tools have blurred the boundaries between work and life. We become caught in a constant cycle of achievement-hunting and burnout. Price encourages us to let go of guilt. By becoming attuned to our own limitations and needs we can begin to resist the pressure to meet outdated societal expectations.
Stewart, Whitney, 1959- author
From hormones to homework, parents to peers, health issues to bad habits, life can be a pressure cooker leading to anxiety and even thoughts of suicide. How can we find relief? Author Whitney Stewart introduces readers to the practice of mindfulness. With its roots in ancient Buddhist teachings, mindfulness--the practice of purposefully focusing attention on the present moment--can change a person's approach to stress, develop skills to handle anxiety and depression, and provide a sense of awareness and belonging. Stewart guides readers through how to get started with meditation as well as provides specific exercises for examining emotions, managing stress, checking social media habits and wellness routines, and setting intentions to increase happiness.
Percival, Tom, 1977- author, illustrator
A young girl's sense of adventure and exploration vanishes when she discovers a worry that grows and grows until she learns how to get rid of it.
Kilgore, Emily, author
Cora, always bothered by the Whatifs, grows much more anxious before her piano recital but a fellow performer helps her imagine what could go right, rather than wrong.
Love, Jennifer, 1986- author.
Stress is an unfortunate fact of modern life, and when those stressors are catastrophic--divorce, illness, caregiving, loss--a brain under stress becomes a brain in crisis. In this invaluable guide, award-winning psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Love and neuropsychologist Dr. Kjell Hovik explore how to heal the damage that prolonged stress can do to your brain and your health. In When Crisis Strikes you'll learn how to prevent these side effects from hijacking your daily life.
Gewirtz, Abigail H., author
Dr. Abigail Gewirtz, a child psychologist and leading expert on families under stress, offers a clear and truly practical guide to having the kind of tough conversations with your kids that really help. But it's not just how to talk to your kids, it's also what to say. She shows how to let the child lead. How to not make the problem worse by saying more than a child needs to know. How to check in with yourself to make sure your own anxiety doesn't colour the conversation.
Illustrated with classic artwork from P.D. Eastman's Go, Dog. Go!, this charming little gift book featuring unrhymed lines about mindfulness is ideal for encouraging readers of all ages to relax--and a perfect choice instead of a card! What do you give the person who is always racing through life? A gentle and funny reminder to slow down and live in the moment! This small hardcover gift book of unrhymed observations about enjoying simple pleasures stars the canine stars of P.D. Eastman's beloved children's book Go, Dog. Go! Featuring comical illustrations of dogs resting in the shade, relaxing in a hammock, playing checkers on a boat, partying in a tree, and much more, this is the perfect little book to encourage anyone--from fans of the Netflix Original Go, Dog. Go! animated preschool series to adult retirees--to stop and smell the roses!