Three must-reads in 2022

Reading is an excellent way to help your mind and body relax. It is sure to affect you in a positive way and improve how you are feeling, mentally and physically. If you are stressed after a tough week at work, try it yourself! Make a hot cup of you beverage of choice, find a comfortable place to sit and you are ready to enjoy a new book. We have gathered some of 2022's inspirational must-reads for you, have a look at the pick down below.

Women Who Think Too Much - Susan Nolen-Hoeksema

This book was written by Dr Susan Nolen-Hoeksema who was an American professor in Psychology at Yale University. Women who think too much was written in 2004 and showcases a unique approach on how we should overcome negative thoughts. She brings up and challenges the general conception that always analyzing our emotions is a positive thing. Even if the book has the word "woman" in the title, it is useful to everyone: no matter the gender.

The Laws of Human Nature - Robert Greene

This might not be the first time you hear of this book as it has become immensely popular since first published in 2019. Robert Greene is an American author who has written, incredibly enough, six international best sellers through out his career. The laws of human nature gives a valuable insight to human relationships. It goes back to the fact that us humans are, biologically social animals who spend our entire lives building relationships with others. The book explains typical behaviours in others and how to recognise them in yourself. This book will not only help you understand others, it opens a door to getting to know yourself better too.

The Mountain Is You - Brianna Wiest

This book is all about self sabotage. It was published close to two years ago, in June 2022, by 29 year old author Brianna Wiest. It teaches you how to recognise dangerous patterns and how to get rid of them for good. The title of the book makes use of the common metaphor "mountain" for big challenges, but puts it in a new perspective. Wiest brings up how we, ourselves, sometimes prevents ourselves from reaching our goals. That we overcomplicate things for ourselves. Overcoming the mountain is overcoming our own mindset and flaws. A great read for that extra dose of motivation that is so appreciated.