Anxious for Nothing - by Max Lucado
Based off of Philippians 4:6, "Be anxious for nothing.", this book can help you in your journey to overcome anxiety, with God's Word. Though scripturally based, this book is an easy read for even the most novice of Christians.
Be Anxious for Nothing - by Joyce Meyer
Also based off of Philippians 4:6, Joyce uses common language and personal experience, alongside Biblical guidance to help her reader find the calm so desired by those struggling with anxiety.
Love Revolution - By Joyce Meyer
Struggling to survive in a crazy world? Want to know what you can do to make it better? Joyce offers practical solutions for what we can DO, in a world where we often times feel so helpless.
Stop Walking on Eggshells - by Randi Kreger
Having struggled with Borderline Personality Disorder herself, Randi is a reknowned expert in the field. This book is an essential guide for anyone coping with a loved one who has a Borderline Personality Disorder.
Living Beyond Your Feelings - by Joyce Meyer
It's so easy to feel governed by our emotions, but Joyce uses practical advice and Biblical knowledge to help her readers gain control of those emotions, and live healthier, happier lives.
The Body Keeps the Score - by Bessel Van Der Kolk, MD
Many of us have suffered trauma in our lives. Dr. Van Der Kolk, one of the world's foremost experts on trauma, uses scientific advances to demonstrate how trauma can literally reshape both the body and brain. In this book he explores a variety of ways in which we can activate the brain's natural neuroplasticity, and find healing for the trauma that may be interfering with our ability to enjoy life.
Getting Past Your Past - by Francine Shapiro
Dr. Francine Shapiro, the creator of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a well known trauma treatment approach, explains how we can become trapped in the feeling of a past trauma and how to get past it. With the use of various exercises and true life examples, Dr. Shapiro guides the reader through the brain science behind our traumatic responses, and into a future no longer goverened by them.