Reading for wellbeing
Reading can be relaxing and can provide a range of information and practical support strategies to help improve your wellbeing. Reading about someone else’s experiences can be affirming and supportive. Read for wellbeing | Sheffield Hallam University (shu.ac.uk)
We have a student wellbeing online reading list. This has helpful books on a range of wellbeing issues and situations.
What do other survivors say?
Not for everyone, but some people can find it helpful to hear about other people's experiences - it can help to process what has happened, to look at common reactions, to share ideas/learn ways to manage and can give hope around healing.
· A book - The courage to be me by Nina Burrows