Category: Self-help & Self-improvement

The Rational Emotive Train by Joseph Gill (Book Review #831)

The rational emotive train is a self-help book providing guidance and strategies to help the reader manage emotions, boost your defense system, cry, and experience so much more. The aim is to be a tool for resolving issues like stress and being grateful for… Continue Reading “The Rational Emotive Train by Joseph Gill (Book Review #831)”

Harness the Power of the Invincible Mind by Alex Neumann (Book Review #814)

Harness the power of the invisible is a self-help book demonstrating a collection of the author’s knowledge and critical thinking. Although he modestly tells you that he isn’t here to teach us anything, he instead shares his insights and perspective, hoping we will see… Continue Reading “Harness the Power of the Invincible Mind by Alex Neumann (Book Review #814)”

Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)

Suicidal to superhuman is a self-help book that challenges the ways we currently approach mental health, depression, and suicide. The work borderlines a tool kid and takes a closer look at how people struggle with mental health or mask their emotions. It then provides… Continue Reading “Suicidal to Superhuman by Mike Dayem (Book Review #794)”

Out of the Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey Ronni Robinson (Book Review #764)

Out of the pantry is a self-help book and Ronni Robinson and her journey struggling with disordered eating. Ronni has a big secret, and she is ashamed of how food controls her life. She is a slave to food through emotional eating, binge eating,… Continue Reading “Out of the Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey Ronni Robinson (Book Review #764)”

Just Holden On by Ashley Parr (Book Review #729)

Just holden on is a humorous parenting book written about the moments when you are pregnant and deliver a child. The author shares her experience in an attempt to allow parents to see the struggling parts and the happy parts of motherhood. It is… Continue Reading “Just Holden On by Ashley Parr (Book Review #729)”

Just get up by Isaac Miller (Book Review #674)

Just get up is a self-help book written by Issac Miller, who was abandoned from childhood and began a harsh life living in an environment that had drugs, crime and poverty.

What goes down- the end of an eating disorder by Callie Bowld (Book Review #697)

What goes down is a self-help nutrition and story style natured book written about a woman who’s been struggling with bring eating, bulimia and other forms of eating disorders. She describes her struggles with food from the beginning.

Living Lightly – Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday by Dale Curd and Kimberly Alexander (Book Review #680)

Living lightly is a self-help book written about ways to create happiness and calmness into your life. It approaches the matter by initially identifying that things are not going well. It asks you to step back and have a different look at the situation… Continue Reading “Living Lightly – Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday by Dale Curd and Kimberly Alexander (Book Review #680)”

Find Your Inner Gold by Karen Hood- Caddy (Book Review #675)

Find your inner gold is a self-help book providing 21 ways as a tool to find your own strength and to transform yourself. The book is to be used as an emotional cleanse in order to remove bad habits and to implement long-lasting behavior.