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

Self-Help Reviews, February 15, 2012

Self-Help Reviews, February 15, 2012

Self-Help Reviews, January 2012

Self-Help Reviews, January 2012

Best Books 2011: Self-Help

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Best Books 2011: Self-Help

Self-Help Reviews, November 15, 2011

Self-Help Reviews, November 15, 2011

Self-Help Guide Takes the Cake for Oddest Title

Self-Help Guide Takes the Cake for Oddest Title

I Am a Thirtysomething Self-Help Reader

I Am a Thirtysomething Self-Help Reader

Self-Help Reviews | November 15, 2005

By LJ Staff CARLOMAGNO, MARY. Give It Up!: My Year of Learning To Live Better With Less. Morrow. Jan. 2006. c.208p. ISBN 0-06-078980-8. pap. $14.95. SELF-HELP Just in time for New Year’s resolutions comes Carlomagno’s journal of sequential abstinence. Tired of stress and an overscheduled lifestyle, this founder of Order, a company that specializes in […]