This wide-ranging genre is geared to assist the reader with some kind of personal transformation. Books on home organizing, improving relationships, unleashing creativity, eating healthier or boosting happiness all fall into this category. Reading self-help to shore up an area of self-improvement is a great way to stay positive when the world around us feels so challenging.
Recommended self-help books:
Go From Stressed to Strong
By Laurie A. Watkins
This book is for busy people who think they can't fit being healthy into their lifestyle - or for people stressed out during the COVID pandemic. Based on her personal experience in working in the high-stress environment of presidential political campaigns, Watkins reveals how to successfully handle specific health challenges, like sleep deprivation and poor diet. She also shares stories from prominent men and women across a wide range of industries on stress management, such as bestselling author and TV host Bill Nye "the Science Guy."
Abundant Health in a Toxic World
By David J. Getoff, "The Detox Professor"
This book presents compelling facts and real-life stories, including Getoff's
mother's, that document how much of the information we are given about food and supplements is incorrect. Written by a nationally Board-Certified clinical nutritionist and traditional naturopath, lecturer and educator, this book will help you understand the power of detoxification, nutritional supplementation, and organic foods to improve your health.
Mastering Self-Discipline: A Thoughtful Approach Gets Better Results
By Brian Brinig
Self-discipline is a life skill that can be learned by understanding the larger context of a personal achievement process. Considered in this framework, the daily exercise of self-discipline results in successfully achieving goals and experiencing the freedom and happiness created by your accomplishments. Learn how to comfortably move towards your life vision, and experience a deep emotional satisfaction beyond compare.