The Best  Self-Help Books To Read Now



Tiny Beautiful Things

by Cheryl Strayed

“Cheryl Strayed’s insights into the human condition feel like letters from your wisest friend.”

Recommended by Bronwyn Birdsall

by Gabrielle Bernstein 

“Less ‘woo woo’ and more rooted in the real world, the book is all about manifesting.”

Recommended by Ashleigh Austen 

Super Attractor

Eat, Drink, Run

by Bryony Gordon

“A gentle and encouraging message, a reminder that it’s never too late to do that thing that you want to do.”

Recommended by Hannah-Rose Yee

The Defining  Decade: Why Your  Twenties Matter

by Meg Jay

“One self-help book that did change my life.”

Recommended by Erin Cook

A Beginner’s Guide  To Being Mental

by Natasha Devon

“Tackles the incredibly complex subject of being ‘mental’, calling on experts in psychology, neuroscience and anthropology.”

Recommended by Chloe Cooper


by Glennon Doyle

“How to work out what truly makes you happy, and then do it.”

Recommended by Felicity Robinson

The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

by Philippa Perry

“Not aimed at ‘fixing’ a problem (your child) per se, but building a healthy, respectful relationship with them.”

Recommended by Sarah Tarca

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