Guidance on Shaken Baby Syndrome, Creating a Positive Life, Overcoming Hypervigilance | Self-Help Reviews

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While nearly half of self-help titles give global advice to make life more successful, happy, or fulfilled, many selections in this column present a slightly different message.

Guides to Public Speaking, the Upside of Low Self-Esteem, Recovering Intimacy, & More | Self-Help Reviews

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Hoogterp explains how to “work the stage” and be memorable; Rufus describes the upside of low self esteem and a variety of healing strategies; Sayers helps service members and their families readjust after long periods apart

Sound Advice on Life (Pauley, Huffington), Shapiro & White’s Mindful Discipline, & More | Self-Help Reviews

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Reviews of Samara O’Shea’s Loves Me…Not, Jane Pauley’s Your Life Calling, Shauna L. Shapiro & Chris White’s Mindful Discipline, and a list of titles from the April 1 issue.

Best Books 2013: Self-Help

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The best self-help of 2013.

Self-Help Reviews | November 15, 2013

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Self-Help reviews from the November 15, 2013 issue.

Self-Help Reviews | June 1, 2013

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Reviews of Modern Dating: A Field Guide, Happily Ever After: A Light-Hearted Guide to Wedded Bliss, and Happy This Year! The Secret to Getting Happy Once and for All and How To Do Everything and Be Happy: A Straight-Talking Guide to Creating Happiness in Your Life, plus a full list of Self-Help titles from the June 1 issue.

Self-Help Reviews | December 2012

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Reviews of Sandra Bond Chapman’s Make Your Brain Smarter, Sophia Dembling’s The Introvert’s Way, and Deborah J. Cornwall’s Things I Wish I’d Known, plus a full list of self-help reviews from the Dec. issue.

Self-Help Meets God: A Classic Approach | Collection Development

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Self-help: the term evokes the busier aisles of the bookstore and some of the most popular ranges in any local public library. It is also, as we know, a category of writing, publishing, and reading subjected to a great deal of mockery and satire in the public sphere and, perhaps, deservedly so: there is a kind of rapid reach for easy conclusions and at times a haste in writing and structure that leaves self-help writers and readers vulnerable to the most contemptuous sort of criticism.

Ready, Set, Self-Start-Up!: Seven New Books on Being the Best in Business

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Ready, Set, Self-Start-Up!: Seven New Books on Being the Best in Business

The Pursuit of Happiness: Ten Self-Help Books To Improve Your Mood

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The Pursuit of Happiness: Ten Self-Help Books To Improve Your Mood

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