These self-help books by Black authors prioritize self-care, give advice, and help us make the journey to becoming our best selves easier, including The Art of Being by Danielle Allen.
Here’s a list of seven books that will help women (and really anyone) appreciate themselves and in turn be confident in themselves, such as Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life by Ali Wong.
A reader on their relationship with self-help books and living with ADHD.
Finding it hard to stay focused? These nine books on productivity are filled with actionable steps to help you become motivated and get stuff done.
Funny self-help books are a different breed of self-help, without all the woo-woo and gentleness. Here are 10 great funny self-help books.
You've seen them everywhere. But who writes all these self-help books with swear words? Where did they come from? Are they here to stay?
I can’t speak universally, but I do know that the following self-help books have greatly altered my life for the better in specific and long-lasting ways.
An exploration of self-help, from the genre's readers to its writers and titles, both classic and recent. A reader weighs in on their flaws and highlights.
Get ready to grow with these recommendations for the best personal growth books, for self help, motivation, meditation, and more.
Get motivated and take down 2020 with these YOU ARE A BADASS books and planners from popular self-help author Jen Sincero.
Taking a look at some successful self-help books of past and present, and exploring the prevalence of author images on the covers of these books.
Whether you're seeking greater mindfulness, self-love, or healing through cooking, check out these excellent books about self-development.
If you're looking for your next read, here are fifteen self help and self motivation books that might help you on your personal growth journey.
Whether you want to eat healthier, break a habit, see the world differently, or want an amazing read, take a look at these books that will change your life.
Are we afraid of reading sincere-sounding self-help books? Do we need them to look funny and cool on the outside so people don't think we're taking ourselves seriously? What gives with the sweary self-help books trend?