May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so it's a good time to pick up these 8 new works of fiction exploring mental health!
Struggling with suicidal ideation isn't easy, but these books can help readers feel less alone and offer a path towards hope.
While there isn’t one guidebook for parenting, these adolescent depression books for parents, including Adolescent Depression: A Guide for Parents by Francis Mark Mondimore and Patrick Kelly, can act as little lights and help.
If you’re looking to understand agoraphobia more for yourself or someone else, I hope something here helps you feel less alone, including books like Agorafabulous!: Dispatches from My Bedroom by Sara Benincasa.
Why we need more mental health memoirs from the perspective of caregivers, parents, siblings, children, partners, and friends of those with severe mental illness.
Being seen is powerful, and being seen when you have a mental illness in graphic narratives can change your entire world.
If you've been listening to the soundtrack from Bo Burnham's INSIDE on repeat, try these books paired with your favorite songs! If you like "Welcome to the Internet," for example, try Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language by Gretchen McCulloch.
These powerful and essential middle grade books about mental health show young readers they're not alone in their struggles.
Including both vivid, first-person memoirs and beautifully written novels, here are some favorite audiobooks about mental health.