Friday, 31 January 2020

Book Blogger Hop: January 31st - February 6th


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1. Post on your blog answering this question:


What is your opinion of bibliotherapy? Do you think this is a useful way of dealing with psychological issues? If you've used yourself, or know someone who has, what books(s) would you recommend?

This week's question is submitted by Maria @ A Night's Dream of Books.


2. Enter the link to your post in the linky list below. Please enter your Name/Nickname @ Blog Name and the direct link to your post answering this week’s question. Here's an example: Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer

3. Visit other blogs in the list and comment on their posts. Try to spend some time on the blogs reading a few posts and possible become a new follower. The purpose of the hop is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog.

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1. You now have the option to answer the prompt in a YouTube Vlog.

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4. Visit other blogger's social media accounts, comment on their posts, and possibly become a new follower.


  Billy's Answer

I had no idea what bibliotherapy was until I "googled" it. Yeah, I believe reading books is great for mental health. Personally, reading has always been a stress reliever for me. Now, I don't know if reading can emotionally heal someone. I need to read more on "book therapy" before I can give a more logical opinion on the subject.


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5 comments:

  1. I guess I should've looked up the proper definition too. I took it as someone reading books to help them deal with things in life or whatever is troubling them. Ultimately I think it's the person's choice rather than it being something prescribed.

    Here's my BBH

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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    1. Are the books really prescribed? I would rather have a book recommended to me than prescribed.

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  2. Yeah, I had to look it up too, although I should have known being a teaching assistant in a primary school! We frequently use books to help pupils process.

    I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend. Here's my BBH Post
    Flora x

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  3. Same, I didn't know what it was, had to look it up. And same, reading is great, just not sure how effective it is as therapy.

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