Why not give it a try? Aren't we all longing for some quiet me-time, when we can curl up with a good book and can get lost in time forgetting all the troubles of the world? Read more in a 2016 blog post entitled Are You In Need of Bibliotherapy? Can reading fiction solve your deepest psychological problems?
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