History buff here lol. I'm currently reading a book called "Complex PTSD" by a Pete Walker. I can only read a little at a time because he says things here that are giving name to things I experience, and it kindof overwhelms me how there really is an entire vocabulary for these things I'm going through. Which means there's ways to navigate it. I have the body keeps the score book too actually, but I haven't read it yet. Even a small number of pages can be enough to sit on for days.I’ve never considered myself much of a rational thinker. Math is my lifelong enemy and I’m a nurse so I had to battle it during school, lol. My strong suit is English & literature which comes in handy when researching my mental health struggles. There are so many great books that really helped me understand that I’m not alone. The Body Keeps the Score & What Happened to You are in my top two (my PTSD is due to childhood abuse). There’s a lot of information out there but you can kinda sift through it & find out what resonates with you.