Self Help Books How To Love Yourself

Are there any type of easy to read self help books that help you improve yourself from the ground up.

I am in really bad shape. I need to start getting myself and my moods together real soon. I don’t know what to do. No one can possibly understand how I’m feeling about myself. I need something to read that’s real motivational and inspiring. Any suggestions?

Please don’t listen to people who refuse to help you…I don’t know of any SPECIFIC self help books, but I suggest you go to your local library and they’ll have a section with many different books, (which I’m sure you’re looking for). Every bookstore or library has a section specifically for self-help. (along with battling depression, getting over a lost loved one, how to be a better parent, etcetera… theres so many books out there.)I can tell you from experience that most of the books are put together the same way. They give you little things to do everyday, the author explains whats wrong, how you can fix it, what techniques can put you in a postive attitude, on the right track, etc. It is quite helpful.If it’s clinical or the books don’t help you, see a psycologist. No, its not embarassing, and yes, people in that profession can actually help you.If self-help books arn’t effective, people say religion is quite a relief from daily stress. Look into how religion can help you: you don’t have to believe in god, but yet, you can still put your faith in something else.Hope i helped..:)And don’t worry, you’ll be back on track in no time

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I’m going to go to the library tonight and I want to find some good self help books.Books on things like… positive thinking, how to make friends, how to deal with depression, dealing with teen life, how to feel better about yourself etc.Do you have any suggestions on what I should get from the…

A Course in Miracles is THE best self help book, if it’s too daunting try “Return to Love” by Marianne Williamson, it’s a sort of cliffnotes version of the course.Anything by Marianne Williamson is great. I also recommend Dr. Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra.Love and Light

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How are self help books on finding love subjective.

If you mean what I think you mean, all self help books have the placebo effect.If you think it’ll give you confidence, it’ll give you confidence. If you don’t, it won’t.Say you read a self help book on finding love, and the knowledge that this book is helping you to be more confident around the opposite sex makes you appear happier and more confident. Someone will be far more likely to ask you out because of this.If someone read the same book but thought ‘man, this is awful’, it would not have the same effect.I think that’s what you meant anyway.

Self Help Books.

I have no confidance in myself or my worthiness as a person, to put it bluntly. I have begun dating quite a bit recently and need to find some good books that will help me find my self-worth. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Low confidence always stems from depression or anxiety in some form or another. You aren’t going to find self-worth in any book off the shelf. All these ‘I am my own person’ or’ Women we are’ or w/e they try to put out are just trashhhhh and too much talk. Pick up “Mind over Mood” or “The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook” — do the excercises and the more you work through those, you’ll find out how to like yourself in the processes. I would recommend to see a therapist for a few sessions — there are many types of modules, and it will help you a lot into loving yourself. But if you are going to pick up a book, pick up something on the subject. Like I said, that stems from deeper issues.As well, pick up real literature in the process, search out some books that have empowering characters( The Crimson Petal and White,A rock a tree a cloud,Morte D’arthur), or movies that have strong people in them.(Amelie, Ghostworld) Learn from them. Low self esteem is both engrained, and taught. Rethink your actions, into actions that fufill you.

which topic would you read a self help book about.

Love? Family? Changing? Helping? Health?just give me some ideas.do you generally read self help books? would you prefer it over fiction?and feel free to comment self help books that you have read, or heard were good.:)

Yes, I’ve read a few self-help books but I’ll only read one by a professional in that field who has been trained in it and has done it for at least a decade and can be considered an expert in it.No, I do not prefer self-help over fiction. There are more self-help books than I need.I’ve heard Eat, Pray, Love is good. Never read, though, and don’t have a reason, too. There is a book by Jeff Probst, host of Survivor, that centers on living your life and having fun, and I might read that. I also want to read one of John Edward’s (the psychic, not the politician) books about how he talks to the dead and, I think, dealing with death. Edward’s books I want to read because it’s interesting, and not because I need a book like that.

Has your life ever been greatly impacted from a self-help book.

There are probably thousands and thousands of self-help books out there ranging from weight-loss to stress management to how to work better, love better, live better, and everything inbetween. Often, people will read through these books, and then go on about their lives as usual, with nothing having changed. I…

Four books have greatly changed my life:”How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World” by Harry Browne.This book taught me perspective on relationships, jobs, government, morality, etc.”The Virtue of Selfishness” by Ayn RandThis book is the book that I give credit for my breaking my addiction to drugs.This is because it taught me to live a rational life.”Why Am I So Afraid to Tell You Who I Am”This book taught me a lot about human psychology, and self-deception.”The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind” by Julian Jaynes.Though not a slef-help book, it taught me a lot about the origins of irrational thinking in the human mind.:-)

how do you get more self confidence.

i have really low self esteem, how on earth does one build self esteem when you dont have the confidence in yourself.so my question is:- can self esteem be taught to those who dont have it (self help groups and books etc), or is it only gonna happen after a healthy loving upbringing?

i think self confidence can be obtained at any point in time. I think help groups or books would help a little, but its really only something you can fix on your own. Try picking your head up while your walking around, look people straight in the eye while you talk to them, and speak firmly when your talking. People will begin to notice this and show you respect, and respect from others will help you build self confidence

where can i buy self help books.

ive looked in waterstones and whs but cant find any take control of your life books or how to change, any ideas i love reading so this will bennifit me both ways. i want to improve and have a guide but a humerouse and comicle self help guide. life love style.

Self help books can make a you live a better life full of happiness and success. You wont get a better advice than self help books. Review and purchase the self help book you love.

Are there any self help books.

out there that helps you how to NOT act/be creepy?

the outcome of all self help books is “sucker you payed for a book that tells you everything you need in order to succeed is already within yourself”why do you actualy think you’re creepy? Perhaps not all people have the same perception of creepy. (eg spiders: i’m kind of a girly girl and i love spiders around my room they eat other bugs I dont like)Perhaps just realice what most people find creepy ( i guess death and things around it, is the most common) and avoid such subjects unless the topic comes up.Besides creepy can be really interesting in the right timing

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47 thoughts on “Self Help Books How To Love Yourself

  1. There are numerous people who would make fun of the possibility of changing their destinies. This is due to the fact that it thinks that nobody gets more that what is written in his fate.

  2. depending why you may act creepy there are books about living with Aspergers and other things that make you not get along with people.

  3. They’re all going to be filtered through the author’s own experiences with love. What worked for him/her might not work for every reader.

  4. Who Moved My Cheese?there are so many out there to choose from. You may want to go to amazon.com and type in the issues that you have ie… depression, anxiety, self esteem. Its hard to recommend just one book not knowing what type of info you are seeking, but that is a good place to start looking, they will even give you info on the book and sometimes let you take a little peak inside some of the contents. Good luck!!! I feel ya!

  5. Self-help books that seem popular are the (insert something here) For Dummies. You can get them on anything; computer programming, modelling, moving house. My mum has Living Vegetarian For Dummies 🙂

  6. There are a LOT of books. About 100x more than are probably needed…….IMHO- The Talent Code: Unlocking the Secret of Skill

  7. Just about anything from Dr. Wayne Dyer is a great starting place. It sounds like you need to develop a relationship with a good pastor.

  8. I’ve never read a self help book before, but I’d probably read one about love, because I’m rubbish at it lol

  9. – Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: The Breakthrough Program for Conquering Anxiety, Depression, Obsessiveness, Anger, and Impulsiveness

  10. The Bible, You will gain the Truth and Knowledge that God gives us in this Lovely Letter He wrote us.Also, I can’t think of any specific titles, but a book on assertiveness might be good too.If you can see in yourself a pattern of seeking approval from others, or getting into unequal relationships, or going farther than you really want with a partner to avoid being alone…………then you might check into “Codependent No More” by Melody Beattie.

  11. regardsPlease. We didn’t just fall off some turnip truck. There is absolutely NOTHING that you are experiencing…The Tipping PointConfidence books, social interaction books and style books are what you should look for in that respect.

  12. And his wife wrote a book also…..Inside My Heart have not read it, but sounds like a great self-help book!

  13. self help books try to give u two things,.. motivation and a plan.. both of which u can give ur self if u really want to. no books helpped me do that before tho

  14. I was thinking of “The Feeling Good Handbook” by David Burns, but apparently he wrote a book on self-esteem, so that might be even better for you.Join the military

  15. Well i don’t read the self help books. I read books o religion , spirituality, india etc. My point of view is that it all depends on the person , how is he likely to change . Please do write to me if you have had any change in your life after reading a self-help book.

  16. lack of self confidence comes from comparing yourself to other people and thinking that they are beter than you. most of the time they may be bater than you at something but there are also things that you are beter than other people. so don’t compare yourself to others becuase they usually fell the same way. i have hear about a book called how to raise your self estem check it out i hear it’s great!

  17. How to Win friends and Influence people might help it is on project Gutenberg in Australia but still under copyright in USA

  18. Your Heart will open up to the LORD, and the pressures in life are now lifted from you, knowing God is our Strength and Comforter in all things.

  19. Get real.Nah, just kidding. I’d read a book on how not to procrastinate – that’s what I’ve been doing all day, and I can’t get cracking with my coursework!Have a nice day and wish you all the best.No one could POSSIBLY understand how you’re feeling about yourself??

  20. Joyce Meyer’s books are so uplifting! She especially writes self-help books for women you have to check her out!

  21. I have only read one self help book in my whole life. It was called Letting Go. I was 16 and it was the first time a boy had broke my heart. I was a mess. The book was very, very help full. It wasn’t like your typical love yourself no matter what kind of book. It took me step by step. It even had a chapter teaching me to carry around something that smelled bad and every time I thought of that person I took a whiff. Great book, but I’m 33 now and still single. Come to think of it I really haven’t had much of a problem letting go. Hmmmm maybe the book was too good.

  22. The Art of Happiness…by Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler. It is a book that looks a Buddhism in a western medicine psychologist’s point of view where the psychologist attends events where the Dalai Lama is speaking and speaks with him alone. It changed my life.

  23. guide to the worst possible case scenarios helpped me a lot.. i can jump off building,, leap from moving car to moving car,, etc.

  24. I don’t usually read self-help books. I think I prefer fiction more, but there are people who actually need self-help books out there!Louis Hay wrote some great ones. I love, You can heal your life. It talks about affimations that you can use to heal physical and mental issues. You are definately how you think.

  25. “Change Your Thoughts Change Your Life” by Dr. Wayne Dyer if you don’t like to read you can get the CDs and listen to them instead.

  26. – The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic UnhappinessYes why not! There are several interesting books among which few recommended are:

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