World Book Day: 5 reads for an introspective afternoon
It's World Book Day today, and to mark the occasion we're sharing some of the latest titles to hit bookshelves in 2019 that will lead you to think about life from every aspect whether it be physical health, mental wellbeing, spirituality or death.
The Stress Solution
In The Stress Solution, bestselling author, GP and TV doctor Rangan Chatterjee draws on two decades of practice to show you how to make easy-to-follow and sustainable health and lifestyle improvements to your everyday life. Read our review of The Stress Solution here.
The Positive Habit
Love, calmness, confidence, gratitude, hope, and happiness: these are the six emotions that tip the balance of our mindset in favour of a positive outlook rather than a negative one. Wouldn't it be great to feel these positive emotions more of the time? Now you can with Fiona Brennan's ultimate manual for the mind.
Seven Signs of Life
Dr. Aoife Abbey shows us what a doctor sees of humanity as it comes through the revolving door of the hospital and takes us beyond a purely medical perspective. Told through seven emotions, Seven Signs of Life is about what it means to be alive and how it feels to care for a living.
Just One More Question
This is the story of Niall Tubridy's career in neurology. He shares the stories of encounters that range from poignant and dramatic to quirky and funny. The author explains well-known conditions, reflects on the reasons he went into medicine, and shares what he has learned about people along the way.
The Seven Day Soul
In The Seven-Day Soul: Finding Meaning Beneath the Noise, Susannah Healy argues that while spirituality is deeply personal, it is not a private matter. Gently guiding the reader through millennia of spiritual teachings, Susannah examines how developing compassionate leadership in the workplace can benefit both the business and the individual.