Books That Feel
Like Therapy

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Self-help books can provide you with the
required knowledge and tools to overcome
emotional barriers. Here's a list of 7 such
reads that’ll make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

A revolutionary method for understanding which stories to keep and which to
revise, so that we can create our own
personal masterpieces.

 Maybe You Should Talk 
to Someone - Lori Gottleib 

For dog owners and lovers everywhere,
a humorous, fully illustrated book that
tells us how even when we feel our
worst, our dogs still think we’re
the best―so start acting like it!

Be the Person Your Dog Thinks
You Are - C. J. Frick, Liza Donnelly

If you are one of those who
grew up with emotionally immature
parents—and are ready to resolve
your resentment—this book will help
light the way. 

Adult Children of Emotionally
Immature Parents - Lindsay C. Gibson

What would it be like to free yourself
from limitations, and soar beyond your
boundaries? What can you do each day
to discover inner peace and serenity? The
Untethered Soul offers simple, albeit
profound answers to these questions.

The Untethered Soul: The Journey
Beyond Yourself - Michael A. Singer

This book explores all the emotions
that make up a life, offer insights
about trauma and healing, talk about
finding love in the most
unexpected places, and more.

My Inner Sky : On Embracing Day, Night, and All the 
Times in Between -  Mari Andrew 

This book is a wholesome blend of
cutting-edge science, timeless philosophy,
witty anecdotes, and effective forms
of self-care. A powerful, intimate, and incredibly relatable chronicle of

The Book of Moods: How I 
Turned My Worst Emotions Into My Best Life - Lauren Martin

A book for those who struggle to
move on with life after everything
seems to have fallen apart. 

No Happy Endings:
A Memoir - Nora McInerny