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Transforming Stigma: How to Become a Mental Wellness Superhero

By Mike Veny

Far from a superhero comic book, Transforming Stigma explains the cycle of stigma in society. Mike Veny has experienced stigma countless times due to his mental health struggles, and his mission is to help people heal their emotional pain, and discover meaning through wellness. Teaching readers how to replace shame through self-care, and open up honest conversations with the ones around them.

The Invisible Patient

By Annalee Kruger

Fulfilling the role of a caregiver takes an emotional, financial and physical toll on family caregivers. Reading this book may help you to understand how to achieve a high level of self-love and self care while putting the needs of others first.

The Book About Getting Older

By Dr. Lucy Pollock

Dementia, finances, care homes and everything in between comes together in an honest, compassionate guide from a British doctor. Sometimes funny and at other times series, Dr. P shares stories, accessible explanations and chats about quality of life choices that matter most.

What I Wish People Knew About Dementia

By Wendy Mitchell

From someone who knows comes a practical guide. Mitchell was diagnosed at 58 years old with Young Onset dementia and has spent her valuable time raising awareness about dementia and encouraging others to see that there is life after dementia.

The Everlasting Meal, Cooking with Economy and Grace

By Tamar Adler

A comprehensive guide and recipe collection that brings the economy and satisfaction of home cooking to disabled and neurodivergent cooks. Cripping / Crip Up: A term used by disabled disability rights advocates and academia to signal taking back power, to lessen stigma, and to disrupt ableism as to ensure disabled voices are included in all aspects of life. When Jules Sherred discovered the Instant Pot multicooker, he was thrilled. And incensed. How had no one told him what a gamechanger this could be, for any home cook but in particular for those with disabilities and chronic illness? And so the experimenting—and the evangelizing—began.

The Mood Cure

By Julia Ross

Julia Ross’s plan provides a natural cure for your mood. Drawing on thirty years of experience, she presents solutions to overcoming depression, anxiety, irritability, stress, and other negative emotional states in our lives.

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