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Daring Greatly helps readers free themselves from the prison of vulnerability, and to see being vulnerable as a desirable emotional state. For the multi-hyphenates out there who are a wife, mom, manager, friend, household bookkeeper, and active community member, there can come a point where juggling all of these roles can feel seriously overwhelming and energy-zapping. The book seeks to help the reader discover how to embrace change in order to have a positive impact on all aspects of life. However, the book is not limited to hard economic times, nor to growing your wealth, but it is also a window into growing as a person through desire, faith, and persistence; propel yourself to great heights suppressing negative thoughts and focus on long-term goals. Cutler quotes the Dalai Lama putting things in context and providing details about the settings in which the interviews took place, but also adding his own perspective on issues discussed. The Road Less Traveled preaches acceptance of the tribulations of life, and focuses on how to exist peacefully with these realities. These inspirational reads from self-love advocates will help you reignite your positive relationship with yourself and your life.
Serge Kahili King uses his Hawaiian shaman roots and the ancient love based tradition of Huna to help us mold our life into the piece of art. Tony Robbins is famous for his motivational speaking but this is, by far, one of the best self help books of all time. He holds that our primary drive in life is not pleasure but the discovery and pursuit of what we find meaningful. Hill was one of the first ever self help authors, and his books are incredibly relevant today. The Magic of Thinking Big was first published in 1959 and its philosophies on setting goals still hold true.
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This book is food for your brain, not just to satisfy a curiosity about how the brain works, but also to find ways to and grow as a person. Written from a sex-positive perspective, the book covers topics such as gender and sexual orientation, relationships, sexual behaviors, sexual difficulties and solutions, and much more. The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire, by David Deida This classic guide to male spirituality provides a practical guide for living a masculine life of , authenticity, and freedom. Though the situations in each letter are vastly different, they all have a way of being strangely universal at the same time. The main focus is on the idea of happiness as a state of mind. Particularly valuable are the positive activities that the author suggests. Illustrated with anatomically correct drawn figures, the positions run the lusty gamut from plausible to creative to Honey.
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Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples by Harville Hendrix. While originally published with Christians in mind, this book has evolved in the modern era as a self-help book that transcends all faiths. Frankl describes life in the Nazi death camps and the spiritual lessons we can derive. Wattles theorizes that the most efficient way to get rich is through cooperative creation instead of selfish competition. Disconnect from a world of so many distractions and embrace the now! This self-help book focuses on the characteristics that take a business from mediocrity to high levels of success. Tibetan Buddhism teaches how to surrender the feeling of attachment towards ideas and objects. Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…And Maybe the World, by William H.
This best-selling book is laid out in chapters based around the insecurities and lies that she once believed to be true about herself, then she brilliantly breaks them down. Gift this book to your teenage son, daughter, niece, nephew or grandchild. But the best relationship books offer real insight. For women who are entering their 20s, there are many unique issues, stresses, and problems that can overwhelm young women. Chodron discusses how most of our anxiety and procrastination comes from living in our heads.