Resources & Media
Resources and Websites
Provided below are books and resources related to coping and learning to live well with a disability, resilience, forgiveness, and self-compassion.
Recommended Reading / Resources
- Aguilar, E. (2019). The onward book: Daily activities to cultivate your emotional resilience and thrive. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
- Enright, R. D. (2015). 8 keys to forgiveness. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
- Enright, R. D. (2001). Forgiveness is a choice: A step-by-step process for resolving anger and restoring hope. Washington, DC: APA Life Tools.
- Germer, C. K. (2009). The mindful path to self-compassion: Freeing yourself from destructive thoughts and emotions. New York: Guilford Press.
- Gilbert, P. (2009). The compassionate mind. London: Constable.
- Neff, K. (2011). Self-compassion: Stop beating yourself up and leave insecurity behind. New York, NY: William Morrow.
- Pattee-Colvin, A. (2016). Cultivating compassion: Simple everyday practices for discovering peace of mind and resilience. Compassionate Balance Meditation.
- Stuntzner, S. (2012). Living with a disability: Finding peace amidst the storm.
- Stuntzner, S. (2014). Reflections from the Past: Life lessons for better living.
- Taylor, S. (1999). Living well with a hidden disability: Transcending doubt and shame and reclaiming your life. New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
- Tutu, D., & Tutu, M. (2015). The book of forgiving: The fourfold path for healing ourselves and our world. New York, NY: Harper One.
- Willard, C., Abblett, M. & Desmond, T. (2016). The self-compassion deck: 50 mindfulness-based practices. Eau Claire, WI: PESI Publishing; Media.
Media and Interviews
Psychology Talks: Living Well with a Disability
Dr. Angela Plowhead, Capacity Solutions LLC
Dr. Plowhead and Dr. Stuntzner discuss the topic of disability and some of the issues that arise when people live with a disability. The focus of the interview is intended to help people understand the experience of living with a disability and consider ways to improve their overall coping process.