Susan Cain: Quiet
The full title of the book is pretty self-explanatory. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. The book offers a comprehensive insight into neuroscience, physiology, and psychology behind introverts' mind. The book offers great comfort to those of us who seek comfort in quiet spaces and our own company. It explains why we feel immense pressure living in a world that promotes extroversion and how we can coexist effortlessly, without suffering the struggle of being introverts.
Sarah Wilson: First, We Make the Beast Beautiful
This book is many things - a study in anxiety with scientific research and facts, as well as a biography and personal insights of the author who's been dealing with anxiety her whole life. It is a beautiful, comforting book, which will help you make peace with your anxious mind through a bunch of practical tips and techniques to tackle the beast. It's written in a very unique, candor, personal style, making it a delightful read.
Douglas Baker: 5-Minute Mindfulness: Walking
I got this book as a gift, and I hold it dear to my heart. It's a handy, small piece of valuable techniques to incorporate into your usual walks. These techniques will help you calm your mind, find peace in the present moment, and relax instantly. If you are not yet familiar with walking meditation, we've written a short guide to help you do it.
Recommended by Masha.