In life, we women are bound to have some nasty encounters with less than pleasant people: bullies, assh*les, clowns, etc. All of these people rejoice at the fact that they might be able to get at us by being emotionally abusive, manipulative, and downright evil.
They all come in all shapes and sizes. They could be your relatives, your coworkers, classmates, and even some that dare to be call themselves “your closest friends”, and are anything but. These people feed the vacuous hole they’e got in their souls by hurting others, that’s why you don’t give them the satisfaction.
By reading these emotional health books for women you’ll finally learn how to properly manage your feelings so they can never prey on you again. They would enable you to proactively see through their devious scheming, robbing them of the satisfaction they crave so much. Check them out.
Wholehearted is an easy to read, inspiring and compact book that takes 16 Buddhist precepts and strips them down to universal themes and teachings that women can integrate into their daily lives. By the end of the book, women will learn how to explore and investigate their own core values, identify mental habits that could be unconsciously hurtful to themselves and others, and rediscover their personal values so they can live energetically, authentically and lovingly.
The Kindfulness Solution was written to help women who have been struggling to reach their health or personal goals and/or don’t devote enough time and energy to self-care. Through insightful questions and simple mindfulness exercises, readers can identify their own unique emotional obstacles readers, and be guided to cultivate a subtle but revolutionary shift to self-compassion which helps them overcome whatever has been holding them back from living the life they deserve.
A guide for the overwhelmed perfectionist struck a chord with me as I left my consulting job in Europe and moved back home. With 8 years of experience in 3 countries and 2 languages, I couldn’t seem to get anyone to respond to my job applications. Feeling low and wholly unconfident in myself, I read this book knowing I wasn’t alone in feeling this way – in tying my entire worth as a human to my career. Hunt shares personal stories and tools that helped me find my own worthiness again and start my own business.
Searching for God in the Garbage is an extremely candid memoir based on the actual diary entries of a Harvard grad who discovers there is a spiritual basis to emotional health. This book is a gripping case study, demonstrating how food addictions stem from a deeper source than emotional eating. Eating disorders are desperately messaging us that our souls are starving for nourishment, yet we can actually fill the inner emptiness with lasting pleasure.
“Discover more than 200 easy ways to find everyday bliss and add joy to your life in less than 5 minutes.
When you live with intention and stay true to your purpose, you open the door to lasting fulfillment and joy-a state of bliss. 5-Minute Bliss shows you how to find and maintain your bliss through fun, quick mindfulness exercises and techniques that allow you to find positivity within your mind and body, as well as in your relationships and surroundings.
Whether you are facing a challenge, dealing with an emotionally difficult day, or simply want to celebrate the good things in your life, 5-Minute Bliss is full of inspiration and practical techniques to promote feelings of joy and contentment in mere minutes. The exercises in this book are a perfect escape for any day and are bound to leave you feeling happy and satisfied with life-in a true state of bliss that so you can reengage with world in a meaningful, productive way. ”
#6 Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them by Tina Gilbertson
Nobody wants to be a Debbie Downer, yet science tells us we need to embrace ALL our emotions, even negative ones. How do we do that without sinking into a pit of despair? This practical, light-hearted book shows us step-by-step how to manage anger, regret, resentment and all their ugly friends — in a deceptively simple, easy-to-read style.
Every day life is raw, messy, and shapes who you are. In this beautiful memoir, Kathryn shares her journey of becoming exactly who she’s meant to be, by unbecoming someone she’s not. She holds true to her heart-breaking life experiences, growing wildly through them and choosing to live her life wide open. There are parallels with this book that we can all recognize in our own lives. We all are who we choose to become, and Kathryn’s book and life story encourages just that; to show up for the hard parts and live for the beautiful ones.
The author of this book is all about letting go of your shame, fear, and any feelings of worthlessness. She wants everyone to embrace their courageous self. In this book, she specifically focuses on how you should forget social pressures and perfectionism and just learn how to be fully authentic. It’s a must-read for any woman who’s struggling to accept their imperfections.
In I Gave Up Men for Lent, Kacie tells her own story of self-reflection, but really she is telling the story of every girl who is trying to balance pursuing love with defining her own self-worth; every child trying to build healthy adult relationships with their family members; every young professional trying to understand the intersection of motivation and contribution. Read this book and you’ll better understand yourself and those you love the most!
This book is a resource to help moms and/or daughters become emotionally healthy. It takes work to create a good relationship between a mom and a daughter and this book shows how you can do address things between you, how to take only responsibility for your emotions and actions, and the results you gain when you can better address your thoughts and feelings through words and actions that bring connection rather than separation. It gives dozens of conversation starters, insights to understand each other and what you can do when you’re uncertain of how to interact with your mom or daughter. The book has practical applications of putting into practice ways to manage your own personal care for your heart and mind.