Review of Top 10 Self-Help Books

  1. Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life by Dr. Wayne Dyer (Hay House, 2007, ISBN: 978-1-4019-1750-0) delves deeper into Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu with his own unique slant and interpretation. Dr. Dyer works it in seamlessly with his own philosophies since they’re so similar. It’s a detailed book that explains how to live peacefully by developing empathy, purging harmful cravings/attachments, letting go of judgments, overcoming fears and living as an enlightened leader. It’s a deep read that could really change your life, and Dr. Wayne Dyer breaks the Tao down so it’s simple to understand and apply.

  1. Introvert Power by Laurie Helgoe

If you’re an introvert who’s sick of people assuming you want to become an extrovert, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with Introvert Power. Laurie Helgoe focuses on the benefits and encourages introverts to embrace their solitude. She gives excellent advice to introverts on how to handle situations and misconceptions from other, often well meaning extroverts. Laurie Helgoe also examines damaging stereotypes and shares strategies on coping with crowds. Introvert Power (Laurie Helgoe, PhD, Sourcebooks, 2008, ISBN: 9781402211171) is an educational and entertaining book that celebrates our differences. For the use of 75 hard, the reviews and ranking should be checked through the patients. The availability of the best solution is there to meet with the expectations. An educational and entertaining program is provided to the patient to fet effective results. 

  1. The Power of Adversity by Al Weatherhead

I had the privilege of interviewing the author of The Power of Adversity, Al Weatherhead. He’s an amazing and inspiring man who’s like a ray of sunshine with an indomitable spirit. He overcame alcoholism, heart disease and financial problems and his book focuses on teaching others how to tackle their problems. Going through hard times may give you character, but that fact is more satisfying once you bounce back. If you’re interested in growing spiritually, mentally or physically, The Power of Adversity (Al Weatherhead with Fred Feldman, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2008, ISBN: 978-1-57174-562-0) is an excellent and inspiring self-help book.

  1. The Good Person Guidebook by Dr. Richard Bayer

The Good Person Guidebook by Dr. Richard Bayer explores the importance of virtues like courage, justice, prudence and temperance. He also explains how to use good ethics at home or work while balancing cooperation with competition. Dr. Richard Bayer is the official spokesperson and Chief Operating Officer of The Five O’Clock Club. This is an action based book that includes simple step-by-step plans that will help you achieve your long-term goals, while respecting other people’s dignity.

  1. Moving Forward by Dave Pelzer

Dave Pelzer, self-help expert and author of Moving Forward (June 2008, Center Street) bravely shares his personal story about how he endured horrendous abuse. He does this in order to help empower others and encourage them to prevail, regardless of what bad things happened in the past. He advises and teaches others how to let go of the past, rather than dwelling on it long term.

  1. Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die by Dr. John Izzo

Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die by Dr. John Izzo, 2007 is based on his popular PBS television series. He interviewed over 200 people to discover what matters most to them and gave them happiness. It’s never too late to live a meaningful life and this book has advice on how to do that for anyone at any age.

  1. Occasional Therapy for Your Midlife Years: 12 Sessions to Combat Your Crisis by Dr. Ellyn Gamberg

Dr. Ellyn Gamberg wrote occasional Therapy for Your Midlife Years. She’s a psychotherapist with over twenty years experience and focuses on the present with her short-term therapy that offers long-term results. Emotional, physical and cognitive changes can be frustrating, but they happen to everyone eventually. If you’re interested in some light therapy that offers sensible solutions on how to deal with midlife problems privately, Occasional Therapy for Your Midlife Years will be a helpful book.

  1. Freeing Your Child From Negative Thinking by Tamar E. Chansky

Freeing Your Child From Negative Thinking by Tamar E. Chansky, Ph.D. (Da Capo Press, 2008, SBN# 9780738211855), offers parents practical solutions for empowering their children with positive ways of thinking. She helps with ways to identify your child’s strengths and teaches solutions for negative thinking. This is a beneficial and detailed book that gives parents support for stressed children of any age.

  1. Addicted to Stress: A Woman’s Seven Step Program

Addicted to Stress: A Woman’s Seven Step Program by Debbie Mandel, discusses practical solutions for curing stress addiction and improving mental and emotional health. There is helpful advice included on changing negative thoughts and improving physical and emotional health. It’s a fun and enlightening book on stress that will help you get to know yourself better. Its focus is on women, but there are several good tips for tackling stress addiction that could apply to everyone.

  1. Count Your Blessings by Dr. John F. Demartiti

Count Your Blessings by Dr. John F. Demartiti (Element Books, 1997-2007, ISBN 10: 1-4019-1074-2) is a brilliant book that will help you face your fears, become more grateful and improve your relationships. He shares other people’s personal stories along with his principles to reinforce how others became healed emotionally and physically. “There is no crisis without a blessing; there is no turmoil without a gift”, says Dr. John F. Demartini.