Recent, up-to-date, practical.
Part memoir, but with up-to-date information. This book should give hope to everyone who struggles anxiety.
Everything you ever wanted to know about panic attacks in one book. I recommend this book often. If you have panic issues, you need to educate yourself about what panic isn't and isn't.
Smartest guy in the room. Everything you want to know about depression.
Practical advice. One of those books that's good but often overlooked
Based on the best research we have on marriage. Helpful tips. Surprising findings.
A book about sex. No pictures, just provocative thought.
Deep thinking about how sex can help you deepen intimacy with your spouse or partner. It is not light reading, but it will invite you re-think what you think about sex.
This book shows you how to break negative patterns that are based on deeply held, but dysfunctional beliefs. For example, the person who believes they are simply not "good enough."
Were I limited to only one book to help with anxiety, depression, and other types of emotional suffering, I'd probably pick this one. It's based on a new type of therapy, it's rooted in years of science, and it's very practical.
Your emotions, explained well. Love this book so much I re-read it often.
A terrific book about how to engage more deeply with life. I read this books years ago, and frankly it changed my life.
About happiness, the research, the theory, the search for it.
Grit is passionate persistence. It good predictor of success, over and above talent. This book makes you think about your goals and dreams.
Think, the up-side of Introversion. A good read.
As far as I'm concerned, this guy is a guru. Maximize your productivity, but keep your sanity. This a gem of a book.
Your attention is just as valuable as your time, if not more so. This book helps you understand how your mind becomes distracted, and how to improve your focus. It is also has a fascinating section on mind wandering.
A book written by designers, based on a famous course at Stanford. Surprisingly helpful.
Not to be confused with Boldt's longer book, Zen and the Art of Making a Living, which is also helpful though much longer. This books is nicely done
The Gallop poll people have done research on strengths and this book provides a nifty summary of the patterns they identified.