Tag: self help

Bouncing Back from Difficult Times by Mary Ann V. Mercer, Psy.D. (Book Review #1146)

This review has been featured in REVIEW TALES MAGAZINE. Bouncing Back from Difficult Times is a self-help book geared towards those who struggle with difficult times and find it tough to stick through them. This book makes an excellent attempt to explain why we… Continue Reading “Bouncing Back from Difficult Times by Mary Ann V. Mercer, Psy.D. (Book Review #1146)”

Under the Orange Blossoms by Cindy Benezra (Book Review #1129)

Under the orange blossoms is a self-help book demonstrating how strong an individual can be. As Cindy lets you in her past, you understand so much about her personality, character, and inner beauty.

Second Wind by J. Clint Schumacher (Book Review #1111)

Second wind is a self-help book about being motivated, engaged and how to be a team player. The author discusses complex legal problems and coaches young athletes for a living. This isn’t all he does, but the book definitely is filled is wisdom, and… Continue Reading “Second Wind by J. Clint Schumacher (Book Review #1111)”

A GROWNUP GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE CRANKINESS: The CrankaTsuris Method By STEVEN JOSEPH (Book Review #1106)

A grownup guide to effective crankiness is precisely as it says, a self-help book geared towards those who wish to treat the common CrankaTsuris and make our world a happier place.

Critical Masses by Julie Banks Lewis (Book Review #1060)

Critical Masses is a self-help, non-fiction book, and it assesses the power dynamics and structural inequalities throughout American history. It discusses the system or powers, capitalism, democracy, patriarchy, and so much more.

Overcoming Addiction to the Status Quo by Kathryn Burmeister (Book Review #1058)

Overcoming addiction to the status quo is a self-help book enabling the reader to practice being less critical about themselves and reduce self-judgment. We often tend to be hard on ourselves, and by constantly being dependant on a combination of subtle societal standards, self-doubt… Continue Reading “Overcoming Addiction to the Status Quo by Kathryn Burmeister (Book Review #1058)”

Real, Not Perfect by Holly Raychelle Hughes (Book Review #1057)

Real, not perfect is a self-help book written with the intention to create a happier and authentic self. It provokes the mind with questions like how do you define yourself? Or what are you afraid of?

Real Resilience by Selwa Hamati Berbawy (Book Review #1055)

Real Resilience is a self-help book geared to create a healthier and fitter you. It enables the capacity to recover quality from difficulties and the tougher sides of life. It sets your mind to think right, be positive and how to turn your thoughts… Continue Reading “Real Resilience by Selwa Hamati Berbawy (Book Review #1055)”

The Power of Pivoting by Monica Ortega (Book Review #1048)

The power of pivoting is a self-help book teaching you how to deal with changes. Many things change in our lives. Relationships, carers, finances, and friends all come and go, but the author enables us to expect the unexpected and learn to lean into… Continue Reading “The Power of Pivoting by Monica Ortega (Book Review #1048)”