I do know; however, I have started on my next book! I have not set a release date and didn't give myself a deadline yet. Right now, I'm just feeling everything out I would like to have a clearer picture plus not much to add to my self-help book line. I am working on fantasy as well, which I really need to set a deadline for that too. In all honesty, fiction is a good thing to read and write; it keeps your imagination alive, and that's good for your mental health. I thought the only way I could help someone mentally would be the self-help books, but I was wrong. I am, however, going to keep my self-help books short, like the first one. In my mind (Scary place if you ask me), I've read a lot of self-help books counting physical, e-books, and audiobooks. I probably have like 60, and I don't just own paperback self-help books. I also own a lot of fantasy and books about epilepsy memoirs and more. It got to the point that I had a particular bookcase made for me that is a part bookshelf.
It's not a secret; it's good for the mind, imagination, and you never know you might learn something new.
It's all in fun, and it's away to work your brain, but it's not the only way. You can meditate; there are so many ways to stimulate your mind. I'm just going to have to link what I found.
These are only 3 of multiple suggestions, and Health Harvard has a few or more articles on this as well. I just didn't this it was necessary to list all of them. The fact that working out and a healthy meal is contained in some of these makes me happy. I know now that I'm not only doing my body right but my mind as well. This is the week of seeing my doctor, so we will see what he has to say to me.