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The Best Self Help Books:
Unfuck Your Brain
Some people enjoy some humour and some F-bombs to explore the topic of anxiety, and the book is one of the more over-the-top, successful self-help books.
Unfuck Your Brain is written by Dr. Faith G. Harper, a licensed professional counsellor, certified clinical hypnotherapist, certified sexologist, and approved applied clinical nutritionist. The author does a great job of giving a quick course on having panic attacks and resources an individual can access.
Get Good with Money
This self-help book is an outstanding balance to find ‘financial wholeness.’ It is a memoir about the authors’ journey after the 2008 recession to rebuild her life. It is an engaging, actionable, and accessible guide to aid people at all stages of their lives and careers.
The Four Agreements
The American journalist Elaine Welteroth, editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, has seen it all in the exciting but indecisive fashion industry. Her book The Four Agreements won the 2020 NAACP award for Outstanding Literary, heartwarming guidance about creating your own identity, no matter what you are striving for. It is one of the best self-help books you’ll ever read.
Just Send a Text
In today’s dating world, old school and online, both can be very confusing for both parties, and the author of this dating book wants readers to navigate their dating world with much less stress. We all know that all generations have had their unique ups and downs in people dating lives.
Why Men Love Bitches
An iconic Y2K dating manual written by Sherry Argov is having a resurgence because of the Bimbofication movement. The book has found its way onto TikTok with many viral videos looking at how well this advice holds up today.
Some of the advice is outdated, although much of the advice still holds up today, and the self-help book’s tone will make you feel like you have a personal cheerleader showing you how to manage your relationship needs.