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Self-Help Books You Must Read

10 Self-Help Books That Will Help You Live To The Fullest

October 26, 2022 by

Avery Niedrowski Avery Niedrowski

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The self-help book genre is vast, and they are subjective to each person. From poetry to graphs, there are many different styles of writing and content concerning the many struggles we face in life and how to deal with them. If you are looking to make a change in your life for the betterment of yourself but have not found the one that resonates with you yet, here are ten self-help books that have guided all kinds of individuals to live the life they want to live. These books are also great as gifts for those wanting to improve their life this coming year.

See Also: 6 Fabulous Cruises For This Year's Winter Getaway

The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage Into Self-Mastery by Brianna Wiest

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“If you are certain that you cannot let go of what is hurting you, then don’t; but take one step today and another tomorrow to rebuild a new life for yourself. Piece by piece, day by day, because sooner or later you’re going to go an hour and realize you didn’t think about them or it, then a day and then a week and then a year, and everything you thought would break you becomes a distant memory, something you look back on and smile. Everything you lose becomes something you are profoundly grateful for. With time, you see that it was not the path it was what was standing in your way.”

Brianna Wiest writes in eloquent, bit-sized chunks for easy readability at a time when you feel yourslef neglecting your innermost needs. This self-help book guides readers away from self-sabotaging behavior by climbing over their mountain and into their potential. Wiest is a skilled master in resilience and strength with other acclaimed reads: This is How You Heal and The Strength in our Scars. Get The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage Into Self-Mastery here.

Everything You’ll Ever Need You Can Find Within Yourself by Charlotte Freeman

“Love yourself, but take it slow. For love to bloom it requires time, patience, respect, understanding, and vulnerability. Accepting your true self and falling in love with yourself is a process that cannot be devalued or rushed.”

In Charlotte Freeman’s first book, there is a quote for every situation you can be in. A deep dive into the places you’ve hidden the most; each page is an honest account of self-love. With short and simple passages, this is a book to keep around for days when you need an extra bout of encouragement. Get Everything You’ll Ever Need You Can Find Within Yourself here.

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

“You realize all the things that truly matter: beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace, arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken.”

Eckhart Tolle writes about a radical change in simple language. The book discusses the importance of stepping back from consumption in negative thoughts to listening to the conversations you have with yourself from an outside perspective. If you suffer from anxiety, overthinking, depression, or panic attacks, The Power of Now will ignite change in how you interact with yourself and with the world. Although the switch is a difficult journey, Eckhart elegantly lifts readers up to a higher altitude of being where you can breathe better air. Get The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment here.

The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk

“Trauma is not just an event that took place sometime in the past: it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain, and body. This imprint has ongoing consequences for how the human organism manages to survive in the present…For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.”

While most self-help books focus on the mind, Bessel van der Kolk focuses on the body. The cutting-edge book takes a scientific, kinesthetic approach to trauma, expanding on how it is not just mindfulness measures that help the self. The book focuses on how trauma responses affect the body, providing scientific studies and data that provide a compelling account of the topics of discussion throughout the book. Get The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma here.

This Year I Will… by Tiffany Louise

This is your year. This year you will grow. This year you will set goals–and meet them. This journal will guide you there.”

Tiffany Louise takes readers on a 52-week journey of self-reflection, self-celebration, and dream-life manifestation to help readers set themselves up for the life they want to live, one week at a time. Louise draws on her years of experiences as a therapist and life coach to create a thought-provoking journal filled with prompts and passages specifically tailored to help you stay accountable in setting yourself up for success. Get This Year I will…: A 52-Week Guided Journal to Achieve Your Goals here.

All That You Deserve by Jaqueline Whitney

“This is your reminder that you deserve the best of everything simply because you exist.”

Jaqueline Whitney’s All That You Deserve provides readers with reminders that there is someone that is proud of them and that they are someone deserving of love no matter what. Sometimes life is beautiful, and sometimes it is difficult; Whitney’s pages are there to read for the in-between when you’re not sure when it will turn around again. This is a book to keep on your personal shelf for a long time, reminding you that life isn’t easy but you are here despite it all. Get All That You Deserve here.

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down by Haemin Sumin

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“When everything around me is moving so fast, I stop and ask, ‘Is it the world that’s busy, or is it my mind?”

Written by Korean Monk Haemin Sumin, this guide for mindfulness reminds readers of the importance of slowing down in a world that never does. Sumin helps readers find their inner peace throughout the many areas of life with a voice of eloquent and spiritual wisdom. The book isn’t just beautifully written either, serene illustrations by Youngcheol Lee create a harmonious read for your mind and soul.

A Gentle Reminder by Bianca Sparacino

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“It only has to make sense to you. Not anybody else. If it makes you happy, it is a good enough reason to do it. If you think that is what you need, it is a good enough reason to do it. It doesn’t matter if others don’t agree, they are not you. Make your own mistakes.”

Bianca Sparacino writes for the deep feelers on days when we all need a gentle reminder to keep going, to keep loving, and to take what you need. Get A Gentle Reminder here.

Daring to Take Up Space by Daniell Koepke

You’re doing what you can and showing up in the ways you know how, and if that’s the best you can do in the moment, it’s valid and enough. Even if you submit to your anxiety. Even if you struggle more than you succeed.”

Daniell, in her own words, describes her first poetry collection, Daring to Take Up Space, as a book for “the 17-year-old Daniell who was convinced she was worthless…This is for anyone who needs a reminder that you deserve to take up space in the world and that you are enough.” With profound and compelling poetry installations on every page, this book is a must-read for those who want to love themself more than they are able to right now. Get Daring to Take Up Space here.

Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven

Life is a struggle and the potential for failure is ever present, but those who live in fear of failure, or hardship, or embarrassment will never achieve their potential. Without pushing your limits, without occasionally sliding down the rope headfirst, without daring greatly, you will never know what is truly possible in your life.”

Admiral William H. McRaven applies the most valuable lessons he learned in intense Navy SEAL training to the obstacles we all face in life throughout many different facets and directions. This book is simple and short, making McRaven’s points ever so clear and concise. Great men and women are defined by how they deal with life’s unfairness and Make Your Bed will guide readers to dig deep to find the courage within as it is abundant and ever-present. Get Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…And Maybe the World” here.













10 Self-Help Books That Will Help You Live To The Fullest

October 26, 2022 by Avery Niedrowski

Screen_Shot_2022-10-26_at_3_04_08_PM.jpg

The self-help book genre is vast, and they are subjective to each person. From poetry to graphs, there are many different styles of writing and content concerning the many struggles we face in life and how to deal with them. If you are looking to make a change in your life for the betterment of yourself but have not found the one that resonates with you yet, here are ten self-help books that have guided all kinds of individuals to live the life they want to live. These books are also great as gifts for those wanting to improve their life this coming year.

See Also: 6 Fabulous Cruises For This Year's Winter Getaway

The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage Into Self-Mastery by Brianna Wiest

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Manar (@inmybook.mnr)

“If you are certain that you cannot let go of what is hurting you, then don’t; but take one step today and another tomorrow to rebuild a new life for yourself. Piece by piece, day by day, because sooner or later you’re going to go an hour and realize you didn’t think about them or it, then a day and then a week and then a year, and everything you thought would break you becomes a distant memory, something you look back on and smile. Everything you lose becomes something you are profoundly grateful for. With time, you see that it was not the path it was what was standing in your way.”

Brianna Wiest writes in eloquent, bit-sized chunks for easy readability at a time when you feel yourslef neglecting your innermost needs. This self-help book guides readers away from self-sabotaging behavior by climbing over their mountain and into their potential. Wiest is a skilled master in resilience and strength with other acclaimed reads: This is How You Heal and The Strength in our Scars. Get The Mountain is You: Transforming Self-Sabotage Into Self-Mastery here.

Everything You’ll Ever Need You Can Find Within Yourself by Charlotte Freeman

“Love yourself, but take it slow. For love to bloom it requires time, patience, respect, understanding, and vulnerability. Accepting your true self and falling in love with yourself is a process that cannot be devalued or rushed.”

In Charlotte Freeman’s first book, there is a quote for every situation you can be in. A deep dive into the places you’ve hidden the most; each page is an honest account of self-love. With short and simple passages, this is a book to keep around for days when you need an extra bout of encouragement. Get Everything You’ll Ever Need You Can Find Within Yourself here.

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

“You realize all the things that truly matter: beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace, arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken.”

Eckhart Tolle writes about a radical change in simple language. The book discusses the importance of stepping back from consumption in negative thoughts to listening to the conversations you have with yourself from an outside perspective. If you suffer from anxiety, overthinking, depression, or panic attacks, The Power of Now will ignite change in how you interact with yourself and with the world. Although the switch is a difficult journey, Eckhart elegantly lifts readers up to a higher altitude of being where you can breathe better air. Get The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment here.

The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk

“Trauma is not just an event that took place sometime in the past: it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain, and body. This imprint has ongoing consequences for how the human organism manages to survive in the present…For real change to take place, the body needs to learn that the danger has passed and to live in the reality of the present.”

While most self-help books focus on the mind, Bessel van der Kolk focuses on the body. The cutting-edge book takes a scientific, kinesthetic approach to trauma, expanding on how it is not just mindfulness measures that help the self. The book focuses on how trauma responses affect the body, providing scientific studies and data that provide a compelling account of the topics of discussion throughout the book. Get The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma here.

This Year I Will… by Tiffany Louise

This is your year. This year you will grow. This year you will set goals–and meet them. This journal will guide you there.”

Tiffany Louise takes readers on a 52-week journey of self-reflection, self-celebration, and dream-life manifestation to help readers set themselves up for the life they want to live, one week at a time. Louise draws on her years of experiences as a therapist and life coach to create a thought-provoking journal filled with prompts and passages specifically tailored to help you stay accountable in setting yourself up for success. Get This Year I will…: A 52-Week Guided Journal to Achieve Your Goals here.

All That You Deserve by Jaqueline Whitney

“This is your reminder that you deserve the best of everything simply because you exist.”

Jaqueline Whitney’s All That You Deserve provides readers with reminders that there is someone that is proud of them and that they are someone deserving of love no matter what. Sometimes life is beautiful, and sometimes it is difficult; Whitney’s pages are there to read for the in-between when you’re not sure when it will turn around again. This is a book to keep on your personal shelf for a long time, reminding you that life isn’t easy but you are here despite it all. Get All That You Deserve here.

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down by Haemin Sumin

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Hanifa (@shanifiction)

“When everything around me is moving so fast, I stop and ask, ‘Is it the world that’s busy, or is it my mind?”

Written by Korean Monk Haemin Sumin, this guide for mindfulness reminds readers of the importance of slowing down in a world that never does. Sumin helps readers find their inner peace throughout the many areas of life with a voice of eloquent and spiritual wisdom. The book isn’t just beautifully written either, serene illustrations by Youngcheol Lee create a harmonious read for your mind and soul.

A Gentle Reminder by Bianca Sparacino

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by E (@ezzy.read)

“It only has to make sense to you. Not anybody else. If it makes you happy, it is a good enough reason to do it. If you think that is what you need, it is a good enough reason to do it. It doesn’t matter if others don’t agree, they are not you. Make your own mistakes.”

Bianca Sparacino writes for the deep feelers on days when we all need a gentle reminder to keep going, to keep loving, and to take what you need. Get A Gentle Reminder here.

Daring to Take Up Space by Daniell Koepke

You’re doing what you can and showing up in the ways you know how, and if that’s the best you can do in the moment, it’s valid and enough. Even if you submit to your anxiety. Even if you struggle more than you succeed.”

Daniell, in her own words, describes her first poetry collection, Daring to Take Up Space, as a book for “the 17-year-old Daniell who was convinced she was worthless…This is for anyone who needs a reminder that you deserve to take up space in the world and that you are enough.” With profound and compelling poetry installations on every page, this book is a must-read for those who want to love themself more than they are able to right now. Get Daring to Take Up Space here.

Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven

Life is a struggle and the potential for failure is ever present, but those who live in fear of failure, or hardship, or embarrassment will never achieve their potential. Without pushing your limits, without occasionally sliding down the rope headfirst, without daring greatly, you will never know what is truly possible in your life.”

Admiral William H. McRaven applies the most valuable lessons he learned in intense Navy SEAL training to the obstacles we all face in life throughout many different facets and directions. This book is simple and short, making McRaven’s points ever so clear and concise. Great men and women are defined by how they deal with life’s unfairness and Make Your Bed will guide readers to dig deep to find the courage within as it is abundant and ever-present. Get Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…And Maybe the World” here.