Mental Health Awareness month means some may be looking for ways to improve our well-beings. We created a list of some of the best self-help books to help get you started.
Atomic Habits by James Clear
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James Clear created this book to help you achieve more good habits and avoid the bad ones. Clear includes scientific research while also sprinkling in some jokes to help you understand how to break your bad habits. Atomic Habits discusses how small, incremental changes develop into significant changes over time.
"Habits are the compound interest in of self-improvement" - James Clear
Best Self by Mike Bayer
This book helps you identify your desires and identity. It gives perspective on where you are in life in the hopes that you're able to discover the best version of yourself.
"I believe being your best self is being authentic, being truly who you are, how you were born and free" - Mike Bayer
Declutter Your Mind by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
Do you find yourself constantly worrying? In this book Davenport explores practical ways to declutter your mind and focus on priorities.
"Thinking may seem automatic and uncontrollable, but many of our thought patterns are habitual and, well, thoughtless." - S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson
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In this book Johnson encourages readers to stop fearing the future and instead thrive in uncertainty. He's able to delve deeper into this subject via an amusing parable involving cheese. This is a light, digestible read we highly recommend.
"What would you do if you weren't afraid?" - Spencer Johnson
The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale
The Power of Positive Thinking is filled with practical advice that illustrates the power of thought. It teaches how to believe in yourself and take control of your life by adjusting your thoughts, and changing your attitude.
"The way to happiness: Keep your heart free from hate, your mind from worry." - Norman Vincent Peale
Bookmark this blog and let us know if you've read any of them. Do you have any books you'd add to the list? Feel free to add them in the comments.