Books can help us navigate life’s big challenges, providing advice and support in understanding and managing our mental health and well-being.
Our new ‘shelf-care’ reading section is a mixture of fiction, non-fiction, personal accounts, picture books and poetry covering topics including anxiety; stress management; OCD; depression; body image; self-esteem; gender identity and sexual orientation and bereavement. They have been carefully selected to provide you with escapism, answers and comfort alike.
Everyone can browse the collection (see below for titles and an overview of two) during Study Hall after school in a comfortable, calm space. Click and [it’s] delivered! Email LRC@georgegreens.com to request a title or express an area/topic you’d like to read about and we’ll find and deliver a copy discretely direct to you/or you can collect after school.
Fighting Invisible Tigers:
In this short read, Earl Hipp describes how stress affects the mind and body and explains that people have been under stress since the Stone Ages when people had to worry about being stalked by tigers. He provides practical and useful strategies for problem solving and stress relief.
Open Your Heart: a book/manual full of honest and practical advice from TV and radio presenter, Gemma Cairney alongside professionals and real people. From heartbreak and heartache to body image and everything in between, this book helps you to learn to appreciate your body, your friends and your family, and provides advice and useful resources on what to do if things go wrong.