Self-Help Books To Boost Your Confidence - Femanin

Self-Help Books To Boost Your Confidence

As life-changing as self-help books can be, they often have a rep for being cheesy but humourless, cliched and unachievably optimistic.
While most of them might not contain all the secrets to a happy, fulfilled life, they can, at least, help you to understand some of your feelings and experiences and start your journey to self-improvement. Whether you’re looking to make the most of your 20s, want to move on from a break-up or just want a daily pep talk (and who doesn’t!), when it comes to self-help books, there’s something out there every one pf us.

Cringeworthy, by Melissa Dahl

Because who says that being awkward now and again is a bad thing? Melissa Dahl’s Cringeworthy puts a refreshing spin on uncomfortable situations, viewing them as great learning curves. After you finish the book, you’ll be celebrating the next weird thing you do in front of your boss instead of cowering in embarrassment and thinking about it for the next 75938 days.

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The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin

Everyone wants to know the true meaning of happy but for most of us, it’s not as simple as that. However, Rubin’s book isn’t just teaching you how to pursuit being happy, it’s enlightening, hilarious AND motivational story about her quest to discover a positive state of mind.
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You Are A Badass, by Jen Sincero

Sometimes, we ALL need a reminder that we are definitely a badass – and we already have everything we need for an amazing life.
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The Assertiveness Guide For Women, By Julie De Azevedo Hanks

Want to learn how to stand up for yourself? Hoping to discover what your attachment style is? Well, written by a therapist, this book will help you to do both, improving your ability to communicate AND assert yourself for day to day.

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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It, by Kamal Ravikant

The premise for the book is simple: to love yourself. But Ravikant also uses a very simple technique in order to teach his readers to master the often unreachable goal of truly loving themselves. We won’t give away any spoilers, but if you’ve ever suffered with self-confidence, we know you’re going to like this one.

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Grit by Angela Duckworth

Anyone seeking to succeed should read this eye-opening book by psychologist Angela Duckworth, which takes us all on a journey to discover our best qualities, ones that lead to outstanding achievement. The book helps us to understand what goes through our heads when we fall down and how that, instead of luck and talent, makes all the difference.

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