Self-Help

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How to solve problems and achieve your goals in: HOW TO DO THE IMPOSSIBLE AND A WHOLE LOT MORE

Rating: 2.5
Reynolds touts the use of his “Logic Die” to help in problem-solving and life improvement.
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SUCCESS THROUGH SUPER SYSTEMS: A single dynamic to steer you through your life’s decisions

Rating: 2.5
Written by a veteran management consultant, SUCCESS THROUGH SUPER SYSTEMS sets out to explain how having a clear understanding of the systems in which we take part “can help us to be effective in whatever role we play in our lives.”
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Simple, basic, good sense advice to help you because MOTHER NATURE'S A BITCH

Rating: 3
The author, a cardiologist, offers advice on how to fool Mother Nature and live a long and healthy life.
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The focus is on God’s love in: WHEN WE FAIL, GOD IS STILL NEAR

Rating: 4
The author argues that even in the midst of failure, a Christian should not succumb to despair, but should focus on God's love.
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WIFE FOR LIFE offers advice, anecdotes and wisdom for a life long relationship.

Rating: 4
A detailed and personal-anecdote-filled guide for women who wish to learn how to love a man for life. How do people stay married for thirty, forty, or even fifty years?
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THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE INVESTOR'S APOCALYPSE guides investors through the maze of personal finance.

Rating: 4
A financial advisor, offers help dealing with inflation, volatility, groupthink, and global displacements and transformations.
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Resources and suggestions on finding a job in: Secrets of a Hiring Manager Turned Career Coach

Rating: 5
A former hiring manager offers advice to job seekers on everything from resume design to how to follow up after an interview.
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Wife of the Deceased

Rating: 4.5
A widow must come to terms with the loss of her husband and learn to go on with her life without him. Dawn Bell had a wonderful life—a beautiful daughter, a fulfilling job, good friends, and most of all, a loving and much-beloved husband.
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The Breakthrough

Rating: 4
An investigation into the negative emotions that keep us from becoming fully engaged in our present lives, THE BREAKTHROUGH aims to help readers become fully (and healthily) conscious.
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Advice on how to successfully navigate the health system in: Questioning Protocol

Rating: 5
QUESTIONING PROTOCOL is an eye-opening narrative replete with humor, hope, and, most importantly, helpful tips about the health care system. No parent wants to see his or her child suffer.
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21 Days in Maui

Rating: 4
In a beautifully down-to-earth illustrated journal of sorts, author P.L. Como reveals how a 21-day experience in Maui transforms her. Como leaves her corporate job, home , her soon-to-be-ex-husband, dogs and heads to Maui in an effort to ditch the ego’s needs and wants and find her voice.
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Avoidant: How To Love (Or Leave) A Dismissive Partner

Rating: 4
In this sequel to Bad Boyfriends, the author discusses the specific problems faced by those already attached to dismissive or anxious-avoidant partners.
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Finding Francesca

Rating: 4
This self-help book contains two main components: personal stories about the author’s childhood traumas and generalized charts showing how our inner “protectors” can sabotage our adult efforts to live healthy lives unless overcome with acceptance and resolve.
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The Map

Rating: 3.5
A manual for achieving the life you’ve always wanted through the mindful act of conscious creation.
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To Hold the Sun

Rating: 3.5
A journalist is sent to interview a mysterious man with interesting ideas about the brain, its functions,and how to take advantage of its capabilities and limitations to work positive change in one's life.
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Mending the Net

Rating: 3.5
A self-help book designed to help those who grew up in difficult families find inner and outer peace and happiness.
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New Art of Dying

Rating: 4.5
An instruction manual designed to provide guidance in planning end-of-life care for oneself or family members.
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Word Up! How to Write Powerful Sentences and Paragraphs

Rating: 5
Despite the digital age touting the assurance of spell check to keep things running smooth, the need for strong grammar skills remains unchanged. If you want to move to the next level in life, you must be able to convey a clear thoughtful message to another person.
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Out of the Rabbit Hole

Rating: 4.5
OUT OF THE RABBIT HOLE clearly explains what OCD is, how it damages a person's life and well-being, and how it can be fought through cognitive-behavioral therapy.
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Bad Boyfriends

Rating: 4
Author Jeb Kinnison applies attachment theory to relationships in order to advise the reader on how to find personality types that suit them well in a loving partnership.
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Me Time

Rating: 4
ME TIME by Jennifer Beall strikes the right balance between sympathy and constructive healing. Beall not only addresses the reader with the right mix of understanding and advice, it does so in a highly organized, easy-to-read format.
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Connected To Goodness

Rating: 3
This is an exhausting yet energizing tale of one man empowered. Attorney-sports marketer David Meltzer tells a good story – his, primarily, of the rags to riches to rags to riches kind, underscored by his dedication to what he calls connected to goodness.