I was thinking I could ask you all a question I stumbled upon in therapy. I am a "big" reader, and books are hugely important in my life, and most of the books I used to like had "unhealthy" worldviews (I mean, if you think that Wuthering Heights describes how the world really is, you'll probably end up not being happy).
But I noticed I also have a number of books that are the embodiments of ... things I explore in therapy: it is fine to have feelings, it is going to be okay, it is okay to be attached, the world has good things. It's mostly picture books (because children books are usually happier and more optimistic than general literature), but also a lot of Mary Oliver's poems.
I am not sure whether it's really possible to share that kind of books, but I was wondering if you had any suggestions, of books that embody some "teachings" of therapy (or simply optimistic ways to see the world)?
(I can post my list if anyone is interested).