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Best Self Help Books

Only a few years back, there was a common thinking that a little bit of our own effort should be put along with seeking external help to facilitate speedy progress. But gradually there is an increasing understanding that the inner power is even more higher than what we believed earlier. Working on our inner selves is more important than any other effort that is external. So we are progressing from New Age to Self Age. Here are some books that can help in improving, healing and transforming one by one's own effort. However one should be reasonable in seeking external medical help whenever required. Here is a list of specially collected best self help books.

 

Get Out of Your Own Way: Overcoming Self-Defeating Behavior

by Mark Goulston and Philip Goldberg 

All of us want to succeed but in most cases the obstacle is not some thing external but we, ourselves. Our own fears, emotions like anger, confusion and laziness stop us from achieving the best in life.

These self defeating behaviors not only come across on our way to success and happiness in our lives, they actually make us sick some times requiring professional medical help.

In this book  the authors with their 20 years of psychiatric clinical experience explain the reasons for self sabotaging behavior and suggest methods to over come such behavior.

 

 

Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing: The Last Self-Help Book You Will Ever Need
by Gloria Arenson

The author Gloria Arenson is a psychologist specializing in energy and power therapies. In this book, Arenson provides five simple steps to get better from anxiety, stress and many health problems. He explains a technique called Meridian Therapy, derived by acupressure, involving tapping of specific points on the body.

Tapping therapy has been found very effective and Arenson explains it the methods in  simple way that makes it easy to practise.

 

 

The Power of Self-Coaching: The Five Essential Steps to Creating the Life You Want
by Joseph J. Luciani

Joseph J Luciani, is a practicing psychologist with more than 25 years in the field. In this book, he offers five steps to bring back our full potential. Using his long experience, he developed specific techniques for understanding damaging thought patterns and using self talk.

Our own mental patterns and emotions stop us from being fully happy, getting the success we deserve and make us unhealthy. Joseph Luciani's simple methods help us to learn ourselves to come out of such patterns and get better.   

The key is in taking full responsibility for ourselves and practising the methods diligently.

 

 

Women Who Worry Too Much: How to Stop Worry & Anxiety from Ruining Relationships, Work, & Fun
by Holly Hazlett-Stevens

Women are by nature more inclined to worry than men and so this book focussed on women at the same time, this book is a great self help book for anyone who needs to over come the troubling worry irrespective of the gender.

This book focussed on the basic nature of worry and on strategies to handle worry. The techniques involve a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness meditation, progressive relaxation along with practical day to day tricks to tackle worry effectively

 

 

50 Self-Help Classics: 50 Inspirational Books to Transform Your Life
by Tom Butler-Bowdon 

In this book Tom Butler features 50 self help classics of all time. Each chapter has good information about the background of the book and authors, the general concepts from the book and what benefits can be expected from the book. This book is a good reference to pick up some of the best in the self help area.

Starting from Bible and Bhagavad Gita, the book features many new age writers of last century and famous writes of the present such as Deepak Chopra, Dalai Lama, Howard Cutler and many more.

 

 

Recovery Of Your Self-Esteem: A Guide For Women
by Carolynn Hillman

Carolynn Hillman, who is a certified practitioner in clinical social work, empowers women through this book, to overcome the self defeating behaviors and to achieve full potential.

Her methods include, how to recognize self defeating patterns, practising six key ways of nurturing oneself, appreciating good points in one self, overcoming the failure cycle and how to handle external obstacles.

With simple exercises and inspiring examples, this book is a valuable companion to regain self respect and well being.

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