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  1. Self-care is all about making yourself feel good. It means doing things that bring happiness and comfort. Also, speaking kindly to yourself and taking breaks when needed are important. It’s about recognizing what makes you feel happy and giving yourself love and attention. Remember, you matter, so focus on activities that make you feel joyful and content.

  2. Jason yana says:

    Thanks for this list. Thought you might like this podcast that reviews a self help book each week. It’s called We Need Help.

  3. Charles Lewis Anthony says:

    This post was truly worthwhile to read.

  4. Great list, added some to my list.
    Just finished re-reading Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl, an intense read but worth it.

  5. Fantastic list Emmy! I will include this in my TBR, for my future reference.

    Thanks for sharing.


  6. Jackie Watson says:

    Nice! I liked several books from the list but perhaps “Achieving for Nothing” is the best book of self-help for my particular taste. I like that feeling that I am not alone in finding my achievements inconsequential.

    1. I swear there’s nothing more validating and relieving than finding out you’re not alone with a particular struggle. It’s so easy to get stuck in the feeling that you’re alone and no one understands, but it’s like a weight is lifted when you realize how many other people get it.

  7. Hello Shelby! I also believe that self-improvement and development, all keep you towards success and achievement. In fact, many books are there for inspiring us. Yes I Can is one that told you about 16 inspiring people around the world sharing their success secrets. Thanks

  8. Excellent List! The Power of Self-Discipline by Brian Tracy is my all time favorite.

    Thanks for sharing.


  9. Like there was some sort of judgment placed on people trying to become better versions of themselves. But it seems that with time, those judgments have lessened a great deal.

    1. I feel the same! It seems to be less of a big deal to want to improve yourself. There’s nothing wrong with a little growth!

  10. I can’t say these all appeal to me but there’s definitely a few I’ll be adding to my reading list.
    Thanks for the recommnedations.

  11. riya jain says:

    these books are so amazing and life changing specially the big magic. i read that book and its just so great. loved your content.

  12. I would recommend adding The Magic of Dreaming Big by David Schwartz. Though I do not recall the content of the book chapter by chapter, the book is extremely powerful to trigger self-belief and conviction to chase any goal.

  13. Audiolearn says:

    Great blog post, You have shared an interesting blog that describes the best self help audiobooks. I have already bookmarked this blog post and will share it with my colleagues as well. Kindly notify me when you post similar blogs

  14. riya jain says:

    so amazing books. i’ve read some of them like big magic, you are a badass. you’ve mentioned all the stunning books. great work.

  15. As someone who has always struggled with organisation, I’m finding ‘The Magic of Tidying Up’ truly life-transforming. It’s a completely different way to deal with mess and clutter to those that I’ve come across before. Quite radical, but that’s what I’ve needed. I’ve just come to the end of the ‘papers’ category, now looking forward to sorting ‘komono’ (miscellaneous objects from used batteries through to ornaments).

    Tempted to read ‘Big Magic’ and ‘Radical Acceptance’. Have also recently been recommended ‘The Power of Now’ by Eckhardt Tolle. A self-help book that I’ve read in the past which I think is wonderful for anyone even if not phobic or especially anxious is ‘The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook’ by Edmund J Bourne, PhD.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s great to hear how much it’s helped you! It really is life-changing. I hope you find some other really amazing reads from the list.

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