The best 74 Stress Reduction books

Stress reduction is crucial in today's hectic world, with many seeking ways to manage and alleviate the pressures of daily life. Our specially curated book list offers valuable insights and techniques for coping with stress, making it easier to navigate challenges and find peace of mind.

Discover powerful strategies and practical tools to reduce stress in your life with our selection of books. Ready to take the first step towards a calmer, more balanced existence? Start exploring our stress reduction collection today!

The best 74 Stress Reduction books
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Stress Reduction Books: The Upside of Stress by Kelly McGonigal

The Upside of Stress

Kelly McGonigal
Why stress is good for you and how to get good at it
4.4 (236 ratings)
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What's The Upside of Stress about?

The Upside of Stress explores the power our attitudes have when it comes to dealing with stress. These blinks explain the inner workings of our biological and psychological responses to stress, and open up new perspectives on how stress can help us grow.

Who should read The Upside of Stress?

  • Students and employees seeking deeper insights into managing stress
  • Individuals interested in seeing how their experiences of adversity in the past affect them today
  • People curious about scientific research on stress

Stress Reduction Books: Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Wherever You Go, There You Are

Jon Kabat-Zinn
Mindfulness Meditation In Everyday Life
4.4 (538 ratings)
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What's Wherever You Go, There You Are about?

Wherever You Go, There You Are (1994) explains how to fully enjoy the present moment without worrying about the past or the future. By providing step-by-step meditation practices, both formal and informal, that can easily be incorporated into everyday life, Kabat-Zinn steers us toward the peace and tranquility that we’re yearning for.

Who should read Wherever You Go, There You Are?

  • Those who want to be fully present
  • People who want to learn how to meditate
  • Meditators hoping to expand and deepen their practice

Stress Reduction Books: How to Stay Sane by Philippa Perry

How to Stay Sane

Philippa Perry
4.3 (202 ratings)
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What's How to Stay Sane about?

In How to Stay Sane (2012), British psychotherapist and author Philippa Perry shows you how to better nurture relationships while using self-observation, “positive” stress and the power of stories to achieve and maintain your mental health.

Who should read How to Stay Sane?

  • Anyone concerned about their mental health
  • People interested in psychology and counseling
  • Anyone looking for ways to cope amid tough times

Stress Reduction Books: Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers by Robert M. Sapolsky

Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers

Robert M. Sapolsky
The Acclaimed Guide to Stress, Stress-Related Diseases, and Coping
4.4 (167 ratings)
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What's Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers about?

Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers (1994) vividly explains the biology behind stress and its impact on our lives, functioning as an effective way to deal with immediate problems, while also posing serious health risks in the long run. The author also offers plenty of practical tips on how to keep stress under control.

Who should read Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers?

  • Anyone who feels stressed
  • People interested in the ways society impacts our stress levels
  • Anyone curious about how the mind and the body are interconnected

Stress Reduction Books: What to Do When You’re New by Keith Rollag

What to Do When You’re New

Keith Rollag
How to be Comfortable, Confident, and Successful in New Situations
4.1 (46 ratings)
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What's What to Do When You’re New about?

What to Do When You’re New (2015) is the result of Rollag’s 20 years of research on why people become anxious and stressed in new situations. It provides strategies for changing your outlook on new situations and offers techniques for handling such situations with comfort and confidence.

Who should read What to Do When You’re New?

  • Those who get anxious in unfamiliar situations
  • Employees new on the job
  • Students transferring to a new school

Stress Reduction Books: Reclaim Your Brain by Joseph A. Annibali

Reclaim Your Brain

Joseph A. Annibali
How to Calm Your Thoughts, Heal Your Mind and Bring Your Life Back Under Control
4.3 (264 ratings)
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What's Reclaim Your Brain about?

Reclaim Your Brain (2015) is about how imbalances and quirks in the human brain can lead to serious problems such as anxiety, depression or addiction. These blinks explain the biological roots of these problems and what you can do to overcome them to get your brain back in check!

Who should read Reclaim Your Brain?

  • Students of psychology, psychiatry or general medicine
  • Anyone suffering from stress or anxiety
  • People in recovery or still struggling with addiction

Stress Reduction Books: Anger Management for Dummies by Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith

Anger Management for Dummies

Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith
Your One-Stop Guide to Anger Management
4.0 (170 ratings)
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What's Anger Management for Dummies about?

Anger Management for Dummies (2015) is a guide to dealing with your inner irascibility. These blinks will give you the tools you need to understand and – more importantly – master your anger. You’ll learn methods for dissolving stress, dealing with provocations and even stopping temper tantrums in their tracks.

Who should read Anger Management for Dummies?

  • Anyone who feels chronically on edge
  • People who suffer from high blood pressure and wonder whether suppressed rage could be the cause
  • People searching for ways to control their anger

Stress Reduction Books: The Happiness Track by Emma Seppälä

The Happiness Track

Emma Seppälä
How to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate Your Success
4.4 (93 ratings)
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What's The Happiness Track about?

The Happiness Track (2016) outlines the simple steps you can take to become happier and more successful. Referencing the latest scientific research, these blinks debunk common myths about how to be successful and set out a concrete plan for you to reduce stress in your life.

Who should read The Happiness Track?

  • People searching for ways to find joy in the little things
  • Entrepreneurs and start-up employees looking for morale boosters
  • Anyone struggling with stress

Stress Reduction Books: The Worry-Free Mind by Carol Kershaw and Bill Wade

The Worry-Free Mind

Carol Kershaw and Bill Wade
Train Your Brain, Calm the Stress Spin Cycle, and Discover a Happier, More Productive You
4.5 (209 ratings)
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What's The Worry-Free Mind about?

The Worry-Free Mind (2017) takes a close look at why we spend so much time worrying and what can be done to reduce these worries. Having a stressed-out mind may be part of being a human being, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to better control your thoughts and emotions. Here are some tips and techniques to take control of your mind and live a happier life.

Who should read The Worry-Free Mind?

  • Individuals caught in a spiral of negative thinking
  • People feeling stuck in a state of worry
  • Students of meditation and spirituality

Stress Reduction Books: Hardcore Self Help by Robert Duff

Hardcore Self Help

Robert Duff
F**K Anxiety
3.8 (183 ratings)
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What's Hardcore Self Help about?

Hardcore Self Help (2014) is your guide to overcoming anxiety and living a peaceful life. These blinks examine some of the different forms that anxiety disorders take and offer some techniques to help ease anxiety.

Who should read Hardcore Self Help?

  • Patients struggling with anxiety disorders
  • Anyone with a friend or loved one who suffers from anxiety
  • Stressed-out executives and entrepreneurs

Stress Reduction Books: Lying by Sam Harris


Sam Harris
3.8 (577 ratings)
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What's Lying about?

Lying (2011) explains why the act of telling lies is so dangerous. And that means all lies, from the tiny lies that people tell on a daily basis to the massive lies sometimes told on the world stage. All in all, it’s always better to tell the truth.

Who should read Lying?

  • Anyone who’s ever told a lie
  • Psychology students  
  • People interested in politics

Stress Reduction Books: Cure by Jo Marchant


Jo Marchant
A Journey Into the Science of Mind Over Body
4.5 (127 ratings)
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What's Cure about?

Cure (2016) is your guide to the healing power of the mind. These blinks explain the true depth of the placebo effect, how hypnosis can cure illnesses and explain the fascinating, scientifically-supported alternatives to the painkillers and surgeries so prominent in Western medicine.

Who should read Cure?

  • Anyone interested in the power of the mind
  • Patients who are tired of conventional treatments for their ailments
  • Health care professionals and students

Stress Reduction Books: Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross

Simplicity Parenting

Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross
Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier, and More Secure Kids
4.2 (181 ratings)
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What's Simplicity Parenting about?

Simplicity Parenting (2009) teaches parents how to reduce the levels of stress experienced by their children. Parents can accomplish this by controlling their children’s environment, limiting their access to the adult world and providing them with a steady, rhythmic schedule. Taking these simple steps will improve family life for all involved.  

Who should read Simplicity Parenting?

  • Parents and parents-to-be
  • Child psychologists
  • Therapists

Stress Reduction Books: How Not to Worry by Paul McGee

How Not to Worry

Paul McGee
The Remarkable Truth of How a Small Change Can Help You Stress Less and Enjoy Life More
4.2 (213 ratings)
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What's How Not to Worry about?

How Not to Worry (2012) is a practical and accessible roadmap to defeating anxiety, stress and worry. Logical and clearly laid out, life coach Paul McGee’s approach is all about small changes that make a big difference. He shows that by thinking analytically, you can start dealing with worries rationally and free up valuable headspace for more pleasurable pursuits.

Who should read How Not to Worry?

  • Serial worriers and the terminally stressed out
  • Life and performance coaches
  • Psychology buffs

Stress Reduction Books: Stop Reading the News by Rolf Dobelli

Stop Reading the News

Rolf Dobelli
How to Cope with the Information Overload and Think More Clearly
4.5 (351 ratings)
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What's Stop Reading the News about?

Stop Reading the News (2020) shows us how we can live a calmer, healthier, and more thoughtful life if we simply stop reading the news. By practicing what the author calls radical abstinence from the news media, we can rescue our minds from the overload of information, and focus on what actually matters in life.

Who should read Stop Reading the News?

  • News addicts desperate to break the habit
  • Those looking to leave the news media and become long-form journalists
  • Anyone curious about technology and its impact

Stress Reduction Books: Resilient by Rick Hanson with Forrest Hanson


Rick Hanson with Forrest Hanson
How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness
4.5 (468 ratings)
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What's Resilient about?

Resilient (2018) is a practical guide on how to cultivate your inner strengths and develop qualities like compassion, confidence, and grit. Through simple techniques and concrete examples, it explains the ways you can harness your brain’s resources to cope with stress and anxiety – and find the motivation to follow your dreams.

Who should read Resilient?

  • Pursuers of happiness looking for guidance on personal growth
  • Life explorers who want to discover their inner strengths
  • Travelers on difficult paths who are in need of encouragement

Stress Reduction Books: Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Full Catastrophe Living

Jon Kabat-Zinn
Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness
4.6 (209 ratings)
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What's Full Catastrophe Living about?

Full Catastrophe Living (1990) doesn’t sugar-coat it: this is a book that acknowledges life can sometimes feel like one catastrophe after another. But while we might not be able to prevent life’s catastrophes, the way we respond to them is entirely within our control. An acknowledged classic in the mindful living genre, Full Catastrophe Living explains how life’s storms can be weathered through mindfulness.

Who should read Full Catastrophe Living?

  • Those struggling to cope with physical or emotional pain
  • People who struggle to deal with stress 
  • Anyone who just can’t seem to turn their mind off

Stress Reduction Books: Brain Wash by David Perlmutter, Austin Perlmutter and Kristin Loberg

Brain Wash

David Perlmutter, Austin Perlmutter and Kristin Loberg
Detox Your Mind for Clearer Thinking, Deeper Relationships, and Lasting Happiness
4.5 (590 ratings)
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What's Brain Wash about?

Brain Wash (2020) is a no-nonsense handbook for living a calm and content life in a world that’s designed to deliver the opposite. Medical doctors David and Austin Perlmutter unpack how our modern society manipulates our brains. Then they lay out a powerful 10-day bootcamp for breaking these bad patterns and building healthier habits.

Who should read Brain Wash?

  • Harried workers seeking a calmer life
  • Dieters looking for medically sound advice
  • Anyone aspiring to make big changes one day at a time

Stress Reduction Books: In the FLO by Alisa Vitti

In the FLO

Alisa Vitti
Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage and Revolutionize Your Life
4.4 (67 ratings)
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What's In the FLO about?

In the FLO (2020) outlines a way for women to eat, live, and work in sync with their monthly cycles. Author Alisa Vitti demonstrates how taking charge of your hormonal health can help you unleash your creativity, manage stress, and even improve your sex life.

Who should read In the FLO?

  • People with periods seeking to optimize their health
  • Females of all ages who feel drained or overwhelmed
  • Women who want to reclaim sovereignty over their bodies, relationships, and careers

Stress Reduction Books: The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi

The Lazy Genius Way

Kendra Adachi
Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn't, and Get Stuff Done
4.4 (314 ratings)
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What's The Lazy Genius Way about?

The Lazy Genius Way (2020) is an essential guide for perfectionists everywhere. We run ourselves ragged trying to excel at everything, but this leaves us exhausted and unfulfilled. Luckily, there is another way. We can identify what really makes our lives meaningful, and put our energy into leading lives that fulfill us. By adopting the practical strategies of the Lazy Genius, we can transform how we live and work, one small step at a time.

Who should read The Lazy Genius Way?

  • Perfectionists who want to learn how to relax
  • Working parents struggling to balance a busy life
  • Anyone overwhelmed by clutter

Stress Reduction Books: The Joy of Missing Out by Tanya Dalton

The Joy of Missing Out

Tanya Dalton
Live More by Doing Less
4.4 (138 ratings)
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What's The Joy of Missing Out about?

The Joy of Missing Out (2019) focuses on how we can eliminate stress from our lives and improve our productivity. It contains actionable strategies for simplifying our lives and identifying our priorities.

Who should read The Joy of Missing Out?

  • Those who struggle to manage their time effectively
  • Individuals who have a hard time saying no
  • Women of all ages and all stages of life

Stress Reduction Books: The Power of Intention by Wayne W. Dyer

The Power of Intention

Wayne W. Dyer
Learning to Co-create Your World Your Way
4.2 (482 ratings)
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What's The Power of Intention about?

What’s it about?

The Power of Intention (2004) explores the connection between human beings and the creative potential of God and the universe. This feel-good guide to spirituality examines the true meaning of intention and explains how we can all live more purposeful lives. 

Who should read The Power of Intention?

Who’s it for?

  • Those looking for greater meaning in life
  • Spiritual souls seeking fresh wisdom
  • Fans of New Age philosophy

Stress Reduction Books: Journey of Awakening by Ram Dass

Journey of Awakening

Ram Dass
A Meditator's Guidebook
4.7 (239 ratings)
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What's Journey of Awakening about?

Journey of Awakening (1978) is a guide to establishing and solidifying a personal meditation practice. Combining insights from many spiritual traditions, it outlines a path to self-realization through meditation – offering sage advice on how to stay the course through doubt, fear, and ego traps.

Who should read Journey of Awakening?

  • Spiritually curious thinkers who aren’t sure where to start
  • Stressed-out people looking for peace of mind
  • Anyone interested in meditation

Stress Reduction Books: Relentless Solution Focus by Jason Selk and Ellen Reed

Relentless Solution Focus

Jason Selk and Ellen Reed
Train Your Mind to Conquer Stress, Pressure, and Underperformance
4.6 (260 ratings)
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What's Relentless Solution Focus about?

Relentless Solution Focus (2021) shows how having a more optimistic mindset can transform our lives. Using a three-step process, the authors share insights, tools, and frameworks for developing the mental toughness needed to strip away our tendencies toward negativity.

Who should read Relentless Solution Focus?

  • Athletes and others with high-performance occupations
  • Individuals struggling to balance the demands of their personal and professional lives
  • Anyone dealing with adversity

Stress Reduction Books: Loving Your Business by Debbie King

Loving Your Business

Debbie King
Rethink Your Relationship with Your Company and Make it Work for You
4.3 (68 ratings)
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What's Loving Your Business about?

Loving Your Business (2020) is a guide for people who feel overwhelmed by their business. Debbie King offers new strategies for thinking about your business and managing your emotions in order to avoid unnecessary stress and achieve positive outcomes.

Who should read Loving Your Business?

  • Business owners
  • Potential entrepreneurs
  • Anyone tired of getting trapped in negative thinking

Stress Reduction Books: Stress Less, Accomplish More by Emily Fletcher

Stress Less, Accomplish More

Emily Fletcher
Meditation for Extraordinary Performance
4.5 (441 ratings)
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What's Stress Less, Accomplish More about?

Stress Less, Accomplish More (2019) shows how meditation can help busy people accomplish more in their fast-paced lives. In recent years, science has revealed what meditators have known for millennia: this simple tool can be practiced anytime and anywhere to relieve stress, gain mental clarity, and improve performance across your life.

Who should read Stress Less, Accomplish More?

  • High achievers looking to increase productivity
  • Frustrated meditators who want to establish a regular practice
  • Meditation skeptics eager to know what all the fuss is about

Stress Reduction Books: Win at Work and Succeed at Life by Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller

Win at Work and Succeed at Life

Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller
5 Principles to Free Yourself from the Cult of Overwork
4.4 (164 ratings)
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What's Win at Work and Succeed at Life about?

Win at Work and Succeed at Life (2021) explores the pitfalls of our long-hours work culture. It outlines how professionals can reclaim their personal lives and achieve a better work-life balance.

Who should read Win at Work and Succeed at Life?

  • Anyone struggling with burnout
  • Stressed-out professionals seeking balance
  • People managers wanting to boost employee engagement

Stress Reduction Books: The Art of Rest by Claudia Hammond

The Art of Rest

Claudia Hammond
How to Find Respite in the Modern Age
4.3 (205 ratings)
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What's The Art of Rest about?

The Art of Rest (2019) is a deep dive into the world of rest. It takes the results of the Rest Test, an online survey of over 18,000 people across 135 countries about rest, and uses those results as a starting point to examine which activities people find most restful, and why two-thirds of respondents felt they didn’t get enough rest. Drawing on scientific research, it investigates the ten most popular ways to rest, and the difficulties and proven benefits behind each restful activity.

Who should read The Art of Rest?

  • Anyone interested in wellness
  • Self-care enthusiasts
  • People who enjoy spending time alone

Stress Reduction Books: Forest Bathing by Qing Li

Forest Bathing

Qing Li
How Trees Can Help You Find Health and Happiness
4.7 (306 ratings)
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What's Forest Bathing about?

Forest Bathing (2018) is a guide to the Japanese practice of forest bathing. It explores the beliefs, culture, and traditions behind forest bathing, as well as various studies on its health benefitsIt also lays out easy-to-follow steps for practicing forest bathing in any environment.

Who should read Forest Bathing?

  • People interested in nature’s effect on human health
  • Nature lovers
  • Japanese culture enthusiasts

Stress Reduction Books: Chatter by Ethan Kross


Ethan Kross
The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It
4.5 (375 ratings)
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What's Chatter about?

Chatter (2021) directly addresses our inner voice, which, too often, turns into our inner critic. Backed with information from countless studies, Chatter delivers a wealth of strategies to help free us from the negative thought spirals that dominate our lives.

Who should read Chatter?

  • People who have trouble finding mental quiet
  • Those hoping to learn how to give support to loved ones
  • Anyone interested in how our brains function

Stress Reduction Books: Anxiety at Work by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton with Anthony Gostick

Anxiety at Work

Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton with Anthony Gostick
8 Strategies to Help Teams Build Resilience, Handle Uncertainty, and Get Stuff Done
4.2 (214 ratings)
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What's Anxiety at Work about?

Anxiety at Work (2021) explores how the modern workplace contributes to our soaring anxiety levels. It outlines how organizations, and team leaders, can help alleviate their employees’ worries and concerns.

Who should read Anxiety at Work?

  • Anyone interested in organizational psychology
  • Stressed-out employees looking for some perspective
  • Managers hoping to give employee well-being a boost

Stress Reduction Books: Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess by Caroline Leaf

Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess

Caroline Leaf
5 Simple, Scientifically Proven Steps to Reduce Anxiety, Stress, and Toxic Thinking
4.3 (788 ratings)
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What's Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess about?

Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess (2021) presents a scientifically backed strategy for rooting out toxic thoughts. It breaks down the principles and tools of the Neurocycle – a mind-management process that changes toxic thoughts and their related behaviors into positive thinking and habits.

Who should read Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess?

  • Those looking to take control of their mental state
  • People grappling with the effects of trauma
  • Anyone curious about how the mind and brain are connected

Stress Reduction Books: Real Change by Sharon Salzberg

Real Change

Sharon Salzberg
Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and the World
3.9 (243 ratings)
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What's Real Change about?

Real Change (2020) is a guide to building a better world through cultivating inner strength. This manual teaches how meditation and mindfulness are key to navigating the stresses and pressures of modern life.

Who should read Real Change?

  • Do-gooders burnt out from the struggle
  • Stressed caregivers looking for a break
  • Anyone interested in the benefits of meditation

Stress Reduction Books: The Work-Life Balance Myth by David J. McNeff

The Work-Life Balance Myth

David J. McNeff
Rethinking Your Optimal Balance for Success
4.5 (502 ratings)
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What's The Work-Life Balance Myth about?

The Work-Life Balance Myth (2021) is a guide to managing stress and creating harmony across the key areas in your life using the Seven-Slice Method. Rather than divide your waking hours between work and life, the Seven-Slice Method recontextualizes life into seven key areas and demonstrates how spending time in each of them every day can help you overcome pressure and find peace.

Who should read The Work-Life Balance Myth?

  • Professionals seeking ways to manage stress
  • Parents struggling to juggle family and work life
  • Those who want more harmony in their lives

Stress Reduction Books: Urgent! by Dermot Crowley


Dermot Crowley
Strategies to Control Urgency, Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity
4.3 (228 ratings)
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What's Urgent! about?

Urgent! (2021) is your guide to getting the right things done at the right time. In our fast-paced world, it’s easy to fall into the urgency trap – and keeping up with the constant demands often feels impossible. But by learning to consciously replace reactive behaviors with proactive ones, you can reduce stress and do deeper, more effective work.

Who should read Urgent!?

  • Savvy leaders who want to increase team productivity
  • Frazzled workers craving less stress – and less time at the desk
  • Optimizers seeking efficiency hacks for a better work-life balance

Stress Reduction Books: Hear Yourself by Prem Rawat

Hear Yourself

Prem Rawat
How to Find Peace in a Noisy World
4.5 (380 ratings)
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What's Hear Yourself about?

Hear Yourself (2021) is a guide to cutting out distractions, silencing your mind, and connecting to your inner peace. Packed with ancient wisdom and compelling anecdotes, it’ll teach you to cultivate calm and serenity within yourself to counter the noise and busyness of the world outside.

Who should read Hear Yourself?

  • Goal-setters who want to follow through on their ambitions
  • People feeling distracted and overwhelmed by the demands of life
  • Anyone trying to navigate periods of stress, trauma, or grief

Stress Reduction Books: Bliss More by Light Watkins

Bliss More

Light Watkins
How to Succeed in Meditation Without Really Trying
4.4 (218 ratings)
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What's Bliss More about?

Bliss More (2018) outlines a radical and effortless approach to meditation. Whether you’ve found yourself restless while sitting on your pillow or more mindful of your backache than your oneness with the universe, this book outlines easy steps to help you find your meditative groove. 

Who should read Bliss More?

  • Restless meditators
  • Those looking for a new approach to mindfulness
  • Anyone hoping to bliss out a little more

Stress Reduction Books: The No-Nonsense Meditation Book by Steven Laureys

The No-Nonsense Meditation Book

Steven Laureys
A Scientist’s Guide to the Power of Meditation
4.7 (572 ratings)
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What's The No-Nonsense Meditation Book about?

The No-Nonsense Meditation Book (2021) explores the science behind meditation. As the latest neuroscience research shows, you don’t have to be a monk in search of nirvana to reap the benefits of meditation. In fact, it’s a great solution to many distinctly modern problems like stress and chronic anxiety.

Who should read The No-Nonsense Meditation Book?

  • Natural worriers
  • Would-be meditators
  • Scientists

Stress Reduction Books: Everyday Vitality by Samantha Boardman

Everyday Vitality

Samantha Boardman
How to Thrive, Survive, and Feel Alive
4.5 (416 ratings)
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What's Everyday Vitality about?

Everyday Vitality (2021) explores how we can cultivate resilience while juggling the small, nonstop stresses of everyday life. Those who thrive do so because they build vitality, a force of power and flexibility that allows them to handle difficulties. The people who cope best are the ones who find ways to turn their stress into strength through intentionality, purpose, and connection.

Who should read Everyday Vitality?

  • Anyone looking to alleviate stress in their daily lives
  • People interested in improving their quality of life
  • Those who are interested in achieving peace amid busyness

Stress Reduction Books: The Expectation Effect by David Robson

The Expectation Effect

David Robson
How Your Mindset Can Change Your World
4.6 (1,014 ratings)
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What's The Expectation Effect about?

The Expectation Effect (2022) explores the connection between our minds, our bodies, and our outcomes. It explores how our expectations can form our realities, and reveals the extent to which self-fulfilling prophecies shape our lives.

Who should read The Expectation Effect?

  • Anyone struggling with a negative mindset
  • Psychology buffs looking for a fresh perspective
  • Health and wellness fans wanting new insights

Stress Reduction Books: Meditation by Osho


The First and Last Freedom
4.3 (271 ratings)
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What's Meditation about?

Meditation (1988) provides a valuable overview of Osho meditations – an approach to meditation that emphasizes awareness and uses movement as a way of preparing the mind and body. It provides the basic principles behind Osho meditation, as well as a few foundational techniques to get you started.

Who should read Meditation?

  • Anyone interested in meditation
  • Fans of the Wild Wild Country Netflix series
  • People looking to become more aware and more relaxed

Stress Reduction Books: At Your Best by Carey Nieuwhof

At Your Best

Carey Nieuwhof
How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor
4.5 (512 ratings)
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What's At Your Best about?

At Your Best (2021) is a practical guide to moving beyond time management. Drawing on Carey Nieuwhof’s decades of leadership, it shows how to sync your time, energy, and priorities so that you can reach your goals, have more energy for what you love, and begin to thrive both at work and at home.

Who should read At Your Best?

  • Busy people struggling with burnout
  • Leaders looking for a reboot
  • Anyone trying to reach their potential

Stress Reduction Books: The Power of Pressure by Dane Jensen

The Power of Pressure

Dane Jensen
Why Pressure Isn’t the Problem, It’s the Solution
4.5 (256 ratings)
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What's The Power of Pressure about?

The Power of Pressure (2021) takes a deep dive into the world of pressure in all its forms, and how high performers deal with it. By noticing the patterns of both single, peak pressure moments and pressure over the long haul, it’ll provide you with a practical set of tools to start using pressure to your advantage.

Who should read The Power of Pressure?

  • Workers feeling overwhelmed by the daily grind
  • Productivity hackers looking to boost performance under pressure
  • Anyone who has ever been stressed out

Stress Reduction Books: Undistracted by Bob Goff


Bob Goff
Capture Your Purpose. Rediscover Your Joy.
4.1 (393 ratings)
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What's Undistracted about?

Undistracted (2022) is a call to arms against one of the greatest forces stopping you from living your best life: distraction. Life is full of it. The 24/7 news cycle. Your smartphone. Worrying about what your colleagues think and what your neighbors have. Endless to-do lists. All those sources of distraction get in the way of what really matters – a life filled with joy, love, and intention.

Who should read Undistracted?

  • Workaholics looking for new sources of meaning
  • Anyone struggling with stress
  • Non-believers interested in Christianity’s take on mindful living

Stress Reduction Books: Attention Span by Gloria Mark

Attention Span

Gloria Mark
A Groundbreaking Way to Restore Balance, Happiness and Productivity
4.5 (895 ratings)
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What's Attention Span about?

Attention Span (2023) examines the connection between the digital age and our capacity for attention. As digital devices have become inextricable from our lives, our attention spans have shortened and our stress levels have risen. Drawing on scientific research, it debunks modern myths about attention and explains how we can reclaim it for better well-being. 

Who should read Attention Span?

  • Anyone worried about their decreasing attention span
  • Those who have trouble disconnecting from their phone
  • People who feel stressed, exhausted, and burned out

Stress Reduction Books: Tranquility by Tuesday by Laura Vanderkam

Tranquility by Tuesday

Laura Vanderkam
9 Ways to Calm the Chaos and Make Time for What Matters
4.4 (444 ratings)
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What's Tranquility by Tuesday about?

Tranquility by Tuesday (2022) is a practical guide to scheduling and organizing your time, week by week, to have a more peaceful and productive life. Through tips, anecdotes, and guided questions, you can regain control and improve your quality of life.

Who should read Tranquility by Tuesday?

  • Parents juggling family obligations and personal time
  • Busy professionals who want to find more tranquility in their days
  • Anyone seeking to become more organized and make more time for themselves

Stress Reduction Books: How to Be a Productivity Ninja by Graham Allcott

How to Be a Productivity Ninja

Graham Allcott
Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do
4.4 (649 ratings)
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What's How to Be a Productivity Ninja about?

How to Be a Productivity Ninja (2014) transforms old-school time-management techniques and productivity advice into a twenty-first century handbook on how to work smarter – not harder. Adapted to the realities of contemporary work and life, it’s filled with practical guidance and exercises for boosting productivity.

Who should read How to Be a Productivity Ninja?

  • Chronic procrastinators who’d like to get more done
  • Habitual multitaskers who can’t seem to follow through
  • Anyone who’s scared of their overflowing inbox or novel-length to-do list

Stress Reduction Books: The Power of Unwavering Focus by Dandapani

The Power of Unwavering Focus

4.6 (874 ratings)
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What's The Power of Unwavering Focus about?

The Power of Unwavering Focus (2022) is a practical and personal guide that offers clear steps toward ending the distractions, fears, and worries that keep us stressed out and anxious, while carving a clear path toward more mental clarity and focus. Packed with concrete steps and personal reflections, it offers a deep look into the awesome power of the mind and how focus can help everyone live a more purposeful and joyful life.

Who should read The Power of Unwavering Focus?

  • Exhausted multitaskers feeling lost in the grind
  • Goal-seekers looking for a clearer path to success
  • Anyone wanting to live with more purpose in daily life

Stress Reduction Books: Mindfulness by Joseph Goldstein


Joseph Goldstein
A Practical Guide to Awakening
4.6 (341 ratings)
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What's Mindfulness about?

Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening (2013) explores how adopting a Buddhist approach to mindfulness can unlock a true and deeply felt freedom. The author draws on an ancient dialogue conducted by Siddhartha Gotama, the Buddha, and creates a clear, systemic path to establishing mindfulness of body, emotion, thought, and time as a way to overcome suffering.

Who should read Mindfulness?

  • Curious minds interested in the time-tested wisdom of the Buddha
  • Deep thinkers committed to living mindfully 
  • Anyone interested in using meditation to enrich their lives

Stress Reduction Books: Stop Overthinking by Nick Trenton

Stop Overthinking

Nick Trenton
23 Techniques to Relieve Stress, Stop Negative Spirals, Declutter Your Mind, and Focus on the Present
4.2 (656 ratings)
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What's Stop Overthinking about?

Stop Overthinking (2021) is an indispensable guide to breaking free from the negative thought patterns holding you back. Learn how to recognize your negative spiral triggers, overcome anxiety attacks, and declutter your mind to live a stress-free life.

Who should read Stop Overthinking?

  • Nervous Nellies
  • Persistent procrastinators
  • Anybody struggling with doubt and indecision

Stress Reduction Books: Living Untethered by Michael A. Singer

Living Untethered

Michael A. Singer
Beyond the Human Predicament
4.4 (339 ratings)
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What's Living Untethered about?

Living Untethered (2022) is your guide to finding self-realization and unconditional happiness. It provides practical guidance on moving beyond your thoughts, feeling, and emotions and will help you to stop struggling and start experiencing life to its fullest.

Who should read Living Untethered?

  • Spiritual-guidance seekers
  • Anyone who wants to understand who they really are
  • People experiencing anxiety or tension who want to learn how to let go

Stress Reduction Books: Awe by Dacher Keltner


Dacher Keltner
The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life
4.3 (106 ratings)
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What's Awe about?

Awe (2023) is a deep dive into this elusive emotion. Drawing on new research, it shows how awe can improve your mood, well-being, cognitive abilities, and relationships with others. 

Who should read Awe?

  • Stressed individuals in need of a mood boost
  • Those curious about the power of emotions
  • Urban dwellers craving more meaning in life

Stress Reduction Books: Young Forever by Mark Hyman

Young Forever

Mark Hyman
The Secrets to Living Your Longest, Healthiest Life
4.5 (339 ratings)
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What's Young Forever about?

Forever Young (2023) challenges the notion that poor health associated with aging is an inevitable part of life. Instead, it provides a roadmap to not only live longer but to enjoy good health until death.

Who should read Young Forever?

  • Young people wanting to set themselves up for a long, healthy life
  • Older people looking to reverse the aging process
  • Those suffering from disease who want to improve their well-being

Stress Reduction Books: Your Brain on Art by Susan Magsamen & Ivy Ross

Your Brain on Art

Susan Magsamen & Ivy Ross
How the Arts Transform Us
4.5 (326 ratings)
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What's Your Brain on Art about?

Your Brain on Art (2023) offers remarkable insights into how artistic endeavors and aesthetics – from music and dance to drawing and interior design – can rewire our brains and improve our lives.

Who should read Your Brain on Art?

  • Art and science enthusiasts
  • Anxious or stressed-out people looking for solutions
  • People curious about the benefits of art therapy

Stress Reduction Books: The Home Edit by Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin

The Home Edit

Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin
A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals
3.2 (83 ratings)
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What's The Home Edit about?

The Home Edit (2019) proposes a straightforward formula to organize any part of the home in a way that is functional, classy, and easy to maintain. The technique it teaches is equally easy for other members of the household to learn and apply, so that everyone can enjoy a calm, happy home environment.

Who should read The Home Edit?

  • Anyone trying to maintain order and beauty in their homes
  • Parents teaching their kids good housekeeping habits
  • Interior designers trying to help clients maintain the spaces they create

Stress Reduction Books: Getting to Neutral by Trevor Moawad

Getting to Neutral

Trevor Moawad
How to Conquer Negativity and Thrive in a Chaotic World
4.3 (511 ratings)
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What's Getting to Neutral about?

Getting to Neutral (2022) is a step-by-step guide to conquering negativity and embracing the state of neutrality in a stressful world. By delving into deeply personal experiences as well as insights from leading athletes and coaches from around the world, it shows how anyone can find calm and clarity in their everyday life. 

Who should read Getting to Neutral?

  • Anyone who struggles with stress and confusion 
  • High performers who want to conquer blocking thoughts
  • Lovers of an inspiring story

Stress Reduction Books: Let That Sh*t Go by Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw

Let That Sh*t Go

Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw
Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday
4.2 (370 ratings)
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What's Let That Sh*t Go about?

Let That Sh*t Go: Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday (2018) offers a trove of tools and tips to declutter your mind of all the crap that gets in the way of inner peace and joyful living. Its approach to mindfulness helps you to connect to what’s going on in your head and then use that awareness to build self love, authenticity, acceptance, perspective, and forgiveness. 

Who should read Let That Sh*t Go?

  • People interested in what mindfulness is and how to practice it
  • Busy people who feel too stressed or overwhelmed to enjoy life 
  • Anyone who wants to improve their daily happiness

Stress Reduction Books: The Source by Dr. Tara Swart

The Source

Dr. Tara Swart
The Secrets of the Universe, the Science of the Brain
4.5 (79 ratings)
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What's The Source about?

The Source (2019) reveals the secret to mastering your mind. It draws on cognitive science and the author’s coaching experience to provide a four-step plan to fire up your brain and get what you want from life by becoming a new, confident you.

Who should read The Source?

  • Personal Development seekers
  • Stressed individuals looking to improve their mental health and well-being
  • Entrepreneurs and business leaders

Stress Reduction Books: Enchantment by Katherine May


Katherine May
Re-awakening Wonder in an Anxious Age
4.2 (51 ratings)
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What's Enchantment about?

Enchantment (2023) asks how – in a world of toxic social media, rolling news coverage, burnout, stress, and anxiety – we can spark feelings of wonder, magic, and miracle. It suggests that discovering a connection with nature and rekindling our connection to our own inner selves will awaken our ability to be enchanted by the world.

Who should read Enchantment?

  • Anxious scrollers who can’t seem to tear themselves from their newsfeeds
  • Burnt-out workers, parents, and carers who have lost their spark
  • Anyone who feels disconnected from nature and community

Stress Reduction Books: Life in Five Senses by Gretchen Rubin

Life in Five Senses

Gretchen Rubin
How Exploring the Senses Got Me Out of My Head and Into the World
4.3 (51 ratings)
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What's Life in Five Senses about?

Life in Five Senses (2023) is a meditation on how activating and exploring the five senses can lead to a richer, more meaningful engagement with life.

Who should read Life in Five Senses?

  • Burned-out workers feeling disconnected from the world around them
  • Sensualists who want to sink deeper into exploring sensory pleasures
  • Anyone who’d like to look closer, hear better, smell sharper, taste more, and touch with intention

Stress Reduction Books: The Resilient Founder by Mahendra Ramsinghani

The Resilient Founder

Mahendra Ramsinghani
Lessons in Endurance from Startup Entrepreneurs
4.3 (16 ratings)
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What's The Resilient Founder about?

The Resilient Founder (2022) reveals that founders and entrepreneurs share a unique set of psychological traits. Learning to manage these traits allows founders to address issues and challenges, cultivate mental resilience, and set themselves up for even greater success.

Who should read The Resilient Founder?

  • Entrepreneurs feeling overwhelmed and burned-out
  • Founders who neglect their own mental health in their busy day-to-day
  • Anyone working in the fast-paced, high-pressure world of startups

Stress Reduction Books: The Mental Toughness Handbook by Damon Zahariades

The Mental Toughness Handbook

Damon Zahariades
A Step-By-Step Guide to Facing Life's Challenges, Managing Negative Emotions, and Overcoming Adversity with Courage and Poise
4.5 (335 ratings)
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What's The Mental Toughness Handbook about?

The Mental Toughness Handbook (2020) offers a step-by-step guide with proven strategies and time-tested wisdom for overcoming adversity and obstacles in life by developing mental discipline and resilience.

Who should read The Mental Toughness Handbook?

  • Athletes looking to enhance their performance in high-pressure situations
  • Business leaders and entrepreneurs looking for more mental stamina for decision-making
  • Anyone seeking a better way to handle stress, anxiety, or adversity, no matter what

Stress Reduction Books: Mindset Matters by Gemma Leigh Roberts

Mindset Matters

Gemma Leigh Roberts
Developing Mental Agility and Resilience to Thrive in Uncertainty
4.4 (291 ratings)
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What's Mindset Matters about?

Mindset Matters (2022) is your handbook to thriving in uncertainty. It contains actionable insights to help you cultivate mental agility for success in any dynamic work setting.

Who should read Mindset Matters?

  • Professionals seeking new opportunities
  • Business disruptors
  • Career enthusiasts looking to get a step ahead

Stress Reduction Books: The Stress Prescription by Elissa Epel

The Stress Prescription

Elissa Epel
7 Days to More Joy and Ease
4.6 (94 ratings)
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What's The Stress Prescription about?

The Stress Prescription (2022) offers a practical seven-day guide to reducing anxiety and cultivating joy. Combining scientific research with accessible advice, it leads readers through techniques like mindfulness, gratitude, and harnessing hormetic stress to build resilience and embrace ease. With a different empowering theme each day, it provides a roadmap to a calmer, more purposeful life.

Who should read The Stress Prescription?

  • Working professionals 
  • People going through a stressful period
  • Anyone looking to build resilience to stress

Stress Reduction Books: The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown

The Oxygen Advantage

Patrick McKeown
The Simple, Scientifically Proven Breathing Techniques for a Healthier, Slimmer, Faster and Fitter You
4.3 (310 ratings)
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What's The Oxygen Advantage about?

The Oxygen Advantage (2015) reveals how simple breath control can unlock untapped power to improve fitness, focus, and overall well-being. 

Who should read The Oxygen Advantage?

  • Athletes or fitness enthusiasts looking to gain an edge in endurance, performance, and workout recovery
  • Those interested in boosting concentration, mental clarity, and accessing meditative states through breathing
  • People looking for holistic health approaches rooted in evolutionary biology and ancestral lifestyles

Stress Reduction Books: Yoga Nidra Made Easy by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli & Nirlipta Tuli

Yoga Nidra Made Easy

Uma Dinsmore-Tuli & Nirlipta Tuli
Deep Relaxation Practices to Improve Sleep, Relieve Stress and Boost Energy and Creativity
4.2 (31 ratings)
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What's Yoga Nidra Made Easy about?

Yoga Nidra Made Easy (2022) explores the roots and techniques of the practice of Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep. This practice of meditation exploring the hypnagogic state between wakefulness and sleep boasts an impressive list of verified benefits, from stress relief and better sleep to boosting critical thinking, self-reflection, and creativity.

Who should read Yoga Nidra Made Easy?

  • Anyone who is looking for an easy meditation practice – no guru required
  • Those looking for better sleep, stress relief, or personal insight
  • Yoga or fitness fans looking for more mind-body connection  

Stress Reduction Books: Master of Change by Brad Stulberg

Master of Change

Brad Stulberg
How to Excel When Everything Is Changing - Including You
4.4 (76 ratings)
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What's Master of Change about?

Master of Change (2023) is a guide to coping with the inevitable – a life full of change and uncertainty. Drawing from age-old philosophical traditions and cutting-edge science, it shows how your attitude to change is the key to a life of resilience, fulfillment, and growth. By altering your mindset and embracing change, you can improve your life.

Who should read Master of Change?

  • People experiencing changes in their personal or professional lives
  • Stressed-out individuals who want to learn how to cope better
  • Self-improvement seekers

Stress Reduction Books: Don't Overthink It by Anne Bogel

Don't Overthink It

Anne Bogel
Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life
4.5 (816 ratings)
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What's Don't Overthink It about?

Don't Overthink It (2020) unveils the mental entanglements that come with constant rumination, highlighting how overthinking can rob us of time and precious moments. Drawing on her own experience as an overthinker, Anne Bogel provides readers with tangible solutions to break free from the chains of repetitive, negative thought patterns. 

Who should read Don't Overthink It?

  • Individuals seeking personal growth
  • Avid readers of self-help and personal development
  • Admirers of Anne Bogel's work

Stress Reduction Books: The Mind of the Leader by Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter

The Mind of the Leader

Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter
How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results
4.2 (193 ratings)
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What's The Mind of the Leader about?

The Mind of the Leader (2018) explores how leaders can cultivate critical inner capacities like mindfulness, selflessness, and compassion to become more effective guides. Supported by research conducted by The Potential Project, it draws on psychology, neuroscience, and case studies of global organizations to provide science-based tools for strengthening these core leadership skills. 

Who should read The Mind of the Leader?

  • Managers looking to improve their leadership skills
  • Emerging leaders 
  • Entrepreneurs and founders wanting to develop a purpose-based leadership approach

Stress Reduction Books: No Time to Panic by Matt Gutman

No Time to Panic

Matt Gutman
How I Curbed My Anxiety and Conquered a Lifetime of Panic Attacks
4.3 (187 ratings)
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What's No Time to Panic about?

No Time to Panic (2023) is a personal exploration of the causes and treatments of panic attacks. It’s grounded in the latest science and informed by interviews with leading specialists in the field. 

Who should read No Time to Panic?

  • People who suffer from panic attacks, anxiety, or related disorders
  • Those close to someone who has a panic disorder
  • Anyone who’s interested in psychology, evolutionary biology, or neuroscience

Stress Reduction Books: Building a Non-Anxious Life by John Delony

Building a Non-Anxious Life

John Delony
3.9 (143 ratings)
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What's Building a Non-Anxious Life about?

Building a Non-Anxious Life (2023) is a straight-talking manual for regaining peace and joy. It offers a six-step roadmap to navigating the stress-inducing modern world with intention and perspective – reminding us that while we might not be able to eliminate anxiety completely, we can reduce it significantly. 

Who should read Building a Non-Anxious Life?

  • Anyone for whom “stressed” has become the default mode 
  • Individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, or trauma 
  • People who want to improve their health and relationships 

Stress Reduction Books: A Cure for the Common Company by Richard Safeer

A Cure for the Common Company

Richard Safeer
A Well-Being Prescription for a Happier, Healthier, and More Resilient Workforce
3.7 (3 ratings)
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What's A Cure for the Common Company about?

A Cure for the Common Company (2023) delves into transforming traditional business environments into dynamic, health-centric workplaces. It emphasizes the importance of integrating well-being into corporate culture, outlining strategies for creating a more engaged, productive, and healthy workforce.

Who should read A Cure for the Common Company?

  • Leaders who want to look after their team
  • Working professionals who value their health
  • Anyone trying to build a company culture of well-being 

Stress Reduction Books: The Art of Letting Go by Nick Trenton

The Art of Letting Go

Nick Trenton
Stop Overthinking, Stop Negative Spirals, and Find Emotional Freedom
4.4 (105 ratings)
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What's The Art of Letting Go about?

The Art of Letting Go (2023) invites you on a transformative journey toward emotional freedom. It’s a guide to shedding the burdens of the past, embracing self-compassion, and cultivating a growth mindset for a purposeful and liberated existence. Dive into this exploration and emerge more resilient, insightful, and equipped to navigate life’s challenges with grace.

Who should read The Art of Letting Go?

  • Self-help enthusiasts seeking emotional freedom
  • Individuals interested in personal growth and resilience
  • Readers looking for guidance on self-compassion

Stress Reduction Books: The 5 Resets by Aditi Nerurkar

The 5 Resets

Aditi Nerurkar
Rewire Your Brain and Body for Less Stress and More Resilience
4.5 (194 ratings)
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What's The 5 Resets about?

The 5 Resets (2024), is a comprehensive guide to how we can better manage stress with the help of five key life-enhancing strategies. Brought to life by the stories of a Harvard doctor and her patients, it focuses on making manageable lifestyle adjustments to improve mental and physical health, fostering resilience and balance in the process.

Who should read The 5 Resets?

  • Professionals facing workplace stress and burnout
  • Busy parents and caregivers seeking a better work-life balance
  • Entrepreneurs managing stress and growth

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What's the best Stress Reduction book to read?

While choosing just one book about a topic is always tough, many people regard The Upside of Stress as the ultimate read on Stress Reduction.

What are the Top 10 Stress Reduction books?

Blinkist curators have picked the following:
  • The Upside of Stress by Kelly McGonigal
  • Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn
  • How to Stay Sane by Philippa Perry
  • Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers by Robert M. Sapolsky
  • What to Do When You’re New by Keith Rollag
  • Reclaim Your Brain by Joseph A. Annibali
  • Anger Management for Dummies by Charles H. Elliott & Laura L. Smith
  • The Happiness Track by Emma Seppälä
  • The Worry-Free Mind by Carol Kershaw and Bill Wade
  • Hardcore Self Help by Robert Duff

Who are the top Stress Reduction book authors?

When it comes to Stress Reduction, these are the authors who stand out as some of the most influential:
  • Kelly McGonigal
  • Jon Kabat-Zinn
  • Philippa Perry
  • Robert M. Sapolsky
  • Keith Rollag