Any good self help books out there
Jacki #recommend #self help
For any particular issue?
Stress, anger management, anxiety.. ( the good stuff… lol)
Look into Mindlfulness meditation resources.
I like Brene Brown. Start with The Gifts of Imperfection
The best one I have read is the Bible, but is does emphasize help more than self and I have found that to work very successfully
Not everyone is religious .
Not everyone isn’t. It’s her opinion.
I think she meant we shouldn’t assume, her opinion .
I didn’t know we were limited to reading certain books depending on who we are or our belief or non-belief system. I read all kinds of books, because I am interested in reading about a variety of topics, but those topics don’t necessarily define me. I was just saying this was the best one on that topic that I have read. Have a blessed day!
@Cindy you too!
Agree totally, Cindy!
Highly recommend this book . Recommended by my therapist ?
Have you read any of it yet ?
@Allison yes , it’s really good so far very helpful and lots of worksheets to help
An unlikely recommendation; a true cynics how to. https://books.google.com/books/about/This_Is_How.html?id=IQxPf1_hNb4C
Brene brown is my favorite! She’s so real.
REBT : rational emotive behavior therapy. My fav book is The Three Minute Therapy by Dr Michael Edelstein
I love the Boundaries books. They have a general one and specific (for kids, teens, dating, etc).
I used to read many of them and got tired of the prescriptive methodology since people are so different. They can often lead to more self-doubt than self-help because we follow the “steps” but things don’t get better. That is because there is no one size fits all, secular or religious. That said, I was impressed with the book Mentalligence by Kristen Lee. She tries to help us change our thinking rather than follow a prescriptive recipe. https://books.google.com/books?id=QZwvDwAAQBAJ
Mel Robbins, 5 second rule! <3
Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
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