Women in the modern world are made aware early in life (much sooner than guys, in fact) that the world is a scary place filled with difficulties, malicious people, and unexpected situations that most aren’t equipped to deal with on their own.
When you find yourself in a such a place where you have no idea how to deal with, don’t despair, remember that the power is always within you.You can help yourself tap that potential by reading the best self-help books written for women. You will only become stronger for it.
#1 Old Money, New Woman by Byron Tully
Byron Tully. Find out more about the book Old Money, New Woman by Byron Tully by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
In Old Money, New Woman, author Byron Tully provides powerful insights and wit-soaked wisdom to help you make the most of your money and improve the quality of your life. Revealing 8 Old Money Secrets for women, the author shares time-tested tips and step-by-step strategies used by the women of America’s Upper Class, generation after generation. From education and etiquette to cosmetics and clothing, this must-read book details the coveted, rarely-discussed fundamentals that any woman can use to achieve financial independence, discover her personal style, and make the most of every opportunity.
#2 The Spirit Almanac: A Modern Guide to Ancient Self-Care by Emma Loewe
Adina Mahalli from EnlightenedReality. Find out more about the book The Spirit Almanac: A Modern Guide to Ancient Self-Care by Emma Loewe by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
You may think that self-care is only on trend now but women have been finding ways to take care of themselves for many years. This book bridges the time between now and then. The book is filled with many rituals that its readers can use throughout the year to feel more grounded and more in touch with themselves.
#3 Stop Being a Selfish B*tch by Tiffany Toombs
Nicole Martell from Blue Lotus Mind. Find out more about the book Stop Being a Selfish B*tch by Tiffany Toombs by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
This book had an incredible impact on me and really made me question the fear and self-doubt I had been giving into in all areas of my life. I love that this book laid out the challenges we may face on our journey to self-love and living our truth, with techniques to overcome them, as well as activities to start the journey to self-love. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
#4 Gypsy Energy Secrets by Milana Perepyolkina
Milana Perepyolkina from Gypsy Energy Secrets. Find out more about the book Gypsy Energy Secrets by Milana Perepyolkina by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
Would you like to have a manual that tells you exactly how to turn a bad day into a good day? How to turn a sad day into a happy day? This manual is an international bestseller called Gypsy Energy Secrets: Turning a Bad Day into a Good Day No Matter What Life Throws at You. This book guides you through the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your well-being, providing you with simple exercises and mindfulness techniques that will lead to better days and outlook on life.
#5 BONKERS (Harper Collins) by Olivia Siegl
Sarah Lloyd. Find out more about the book BONKERS (Harper Collins) by Olivia Siegl by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
A Real Mum’s Hilariously Honest Tales of Motherhood, Mayhem and Mental Health ‘You see, pre-motherhood I had this image of the sort of motherhood I was going to have. Happy, confident and in total control, breezing through my perfect new mum life, clad in white linen with a smiley easy-going baby attached to my hip. But then, something happened.’
This book is about bathing in the crazy, dirty, hilarious, bonkers truth about motherhood. It’s about being brave.
It’s about empowering each other; talking about the times we get it wrong, our mental health, our worries about being perfect. It’s about admitting that we all need a little help. For every mum out there feeling lost in the wilderness. For every mum feeling pressure to be perfect. For every mum questioning if they are good enough. You are magnificent.
#6 The Magnesium Miracle by Carolyn Dean
Boris Levitsky from Net Improvements. Find out more about the book The Magnesium Miracle by Carolyn Dean by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
Magnesium is an essential nutrient, indispensable to women’s health and well-being. By adding this mineral to your diet, you are guarding against – and helping to alleviate – such threats as heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, diabetes, depression, arthritis, and asthma. But despite magnesiumâs numerous benefits, many women remain dangerously deficient. Updated and revised throughout with the latest research, featuring an all-new Introduction, this amazing guide explains the vital role that magnesium plays in your body and life. Inside you will discover
- newly available magnesium supplements that the body absorbs more efficiently
- how calcium can increase the risk of heart disease – and how magnesium can lower it
- a magnesium-rich eating plan as delicious as it is healthy
- information on the link between magnesium and obesity
- vitamins and minerals that work with magnesium to treat specific ailments
- why paleo, raw food, and green juice diets can lead to magnesium deficiency
- recent breakthroughs in magnesium’s medical and public perception.
#7 Be The Bigger Person by Avni Parekh
Avni Parekh from Be The Bigger Person. Find out more about the book Be The Bigger Person by Avni Parekh by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
Self-help book, Be The Bigger Person by Avni Parekh is a “must-read” and “offers immediate coping skills” according to Certified Life Coach and Author Tanya Brown, the youngest sister of Nicole Brown Simpson. An easy-to-read book that helps to reduce stress and build self-esteem, Be The Bigger Person breaks down negative experiences dealt within your public and private lives that negatively impact your overall well-being.
Avni’s three-tier process offers a clear and unbiased perspective of the situations affecting you and how you can overcome them while keeping your sanity intact. By the time you reach the end of the book, you’ll have gained insight into 150 scenarios whether you’ve experienced them or not – ranging from handling relationship issues to blended family problems, dealing with body and self-worth misconceptions, all the way to overcoming tragic events like suffering a miscarriage and being the victim of rape or sexual harassment, and many more pertinent issues that affect women today.
#8 Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts by Karen Kleiman
Kate Farrell from Familius. Find out more about the book Good Moms Have Scary Thoughts by Karen Kleiman by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
Over 90 percent of new mothers will have scary, intrusive thoughts about their baby and themselves. What if I drop him? What if I snap and hurt my baby? Mothering is so hard. I don’t know if I really want to do this anymore. Gosh, I’m so terrible for thinking that! Yet for too many mothers, those thoughts remain secret, hidden away in shame that make you feel even worse. But here’s the good news: you CAN feel better!
#9 Joy From Fear by Carla Marie Manly
Kate Farrell from Familius. Find out more about the book Joy From Fear by Carla Marie Manly by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
If you find yourself running away from fear, you’re running in the wrong direction. Fear demands that we move toward it, face it, and hear its messages. When we fail to do this, the price is high-chronic anxiety, sleeplessness, damaged relationships, skyrocketing pharmaceutical use, and more. In her enlightening book Joy from Fear, clinical psychologist Dr. Carla Marie Manly explains that fear is not the enemy we thought it was; fear, when faced with awareness, is the powerful ally and best friend we all need.
#10 Shatter the Yoyo by Dr. Candice Seti
Candice Seti from The Weight Loss Therapist, LLC. Find out more about the book Shatter the Yoyo by Dr. Candice Seti by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
The book was primarily written for women who have struggled with yo-yo dieting in the past. It is meant to guide them on the process of breaking their dependence on diets, managing their weight, building their confidence and self-esteem and finally feeling free and in control! And (unlike most diets or weight loss endeavors!) this is not something that will only last 3 weeks! The program is made to be sustainable and allow for lifelong lifestyle change!
#11 Express Yourself by Emily Roberts MA LPC
Emily Roberts from The Guidance Girl. Find out more about the book Express Yourself by Emily Roberts MA LPC by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
Packed with fun and helpful tips, this guide teaches teenage girls how to express themselves in any situation, whether they’re talking to friends, parents, or dealing with bullies, cliques, and crushes. It helps them discover ways to speak up when they are being disrespected and are uncomfortable and reminds them of their rights, teaches them to be assertive, and how to stay cool when intense emotions threaten to take over. A great resource for young girls as well as their parents and professionals.
#12 The Healing Power of Girlfriends by Deborah A. Olson
Deborah Olson from Galleria Counseling & Consulting. Find out more about the book The Healing Power of Girlfriends by Deborah A. Olson by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
This self-help book is a culmination of nearly two decades of working with female clients in my clinical practice, my years working as an RN in OB/GYN, my own original research and robust research that has recently been conducted on this topic by experts in friendship. In addition, I share personal stories of treasured friendships that bring insight, depth, and richness to this topic on the many benefits of female friendships. The research continues to underscore that we live our happiest, healthiest, and longest lives when we stay closely connected to our girlfriends!
#13 Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett
Dawn Burnett from A New Dawn Natural Solutions, Inc. Find out more about the book Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce by Dawn Burnett by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
The best book to read after a breakup is one that supplies a fool proof plan on how to find love for self so you don’t repeat the same patterns in relationships. The biggest remnant that follows a breakup is the need to find oneself, learning to love and accept yourself during a time of upheaval. Connect How To Love And Accept Yourself After Divorce is full of incredible advice on how to thrive instead of survive after a breakup. The 11 relatable stories take readers on a journey showing them how they can push past fears and struggles and build their confidence, so they can live the life they’ve been dreaming of.
#14 The Magic of Menopause by Lorraine Miano
Lorraine Miano from TheMagicOfMenopause. Find out more about the book The Magic of Menopause by Lorraine Miano by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
There are half a billion post menopausal women in the world. The truth is, every single woman will go through Menopause in one form or another. However, they don’t have to live with the crappy symptoms! The Magic of Menopause can help all women, from pre to post menopause, to live happier healthier lives using holistic methods to balance hormones. NY Times Best Selling Author Sophie Uliano (Gorgeously Green) had this to say about the book: What a fun, refreshing, and joyful take on a time of life that most of us dread. This little gem of a book is peppered with information, tips, and inspiration for any woman who is going through big hormonal changes.
#15 I Gave Up Men for Lent by Kacie Main
Kacie Main from Kacie Main LLC. Find out more about the book I Gave Up Men for Lent by Kacie Main by reading the description below or clicking on the button.
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!