Hey y’all! As many of you know, I’m double majoring in Psychology and English. I love to analyze both books and people, but mental illness awareness is especially important for me. Whenever I hear that there’s great mental illness rep in a story, I immediately add it to my TBR.
Several of these are books I’ve read already while a few are ones I haven’t. I’ll link to the reviews for the ones I have up. Keep in mind that a few of these reviews are also a little older so please don’t judge me. Without further ado, here are the books:
Hey y’all, it’s time for another book review. I originally found out about Words on Bathroom Walls through Kat’s blog, but not as the book itself. It was actually in her “Trailers you might have missed” series because this book is getting a movie adaptation!
I hadn’t heard about the book beforehand but when I saw it was about a main character with Schizophrenia, I knew I needed to read it. If you’re new here, you might not know about my passion for destigmatizing mental illness. I’m a Psychology major because I love learning about the inner workings of the human mind. It’s okay to seek help when your brain isn’t working in the same way it used to.
Happy World Mental Health Day!
This blog was created to help people find books with representation. Something we don’t often see (but we are starting to get more of) is mental illness representation. Here are seven books that do just that.