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Food & Happy Chemicals: Too much, Too little, Just Right 02/01 by Happy Brain | Self Help Podcasts

If you liked this show, you should follow Happy Brain. h:1141947s:10867003upcoming People hope to eat their way to happiness in different ways, but we’re better off understanding why our brain is so obsessed with food. This podcast is a live call-in with Loretta Breuning, PhD, author of Habits of a...

Self-Help Books for People Who Hate Self-Help – Next Avenue

Self-help books are the genre Americans love to hate. Readers spend $800 million on them a year, while others complain they’re nothing more than psychobabble, unhelpful to anyone at all. Whether The Secret, You Are a Badass or Who Moved My Cheese? really can improve your life is up for debate, but there’s no doubt that books in general do:...

Moderate Drinking Self-Help Website – Alcohol Rehab

Home > Rehab News > Moderate Drinking Self-Help Website This article is intended to be used by the general public for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be used as a reference for educational research papers, nor is it a reflection of the services available through our Rehab Program in Thailand. Moderate Drinking Self-Help Website CDATA for individuals to complete...

9 of the best self-help books to read in 2019

Sign up for our newsletterAug. 14, 2017, 5:00 PM GMT / Updated Jan. 9, 2019, 8:09 PM GMT / Source: TODAYBy Stephanie MansourAre you a self-help junkie and looking to expand your library? Or, are you just dipping your toes into the world of self-help books? Either way, you’ve come to the right spot! We’ve rounded up some of the best...

Meet ‘NoSurf,’ the Self-Help Group That Told Us to Log Off Before It Was Cool

One of NoSurf’s most prominent success stories comes from a forum member named stdin_stdout_stderr. Like Gordon and Lang, he discovered the community after searching for “internet addiction.” To successfully “rewire” his brain, stderr traded in his iPhone 5 for a BlackBerry he purchased off eBay for $11 in 2016. Without a smartphone, he figured, he would have nothing to...

The Grumpy Realist’s Guide To Mythbusting Self-Help: Astrology

The Grumpy Realist was born under a raggedy scrap of tarp in the Dust Bowl during The Great Depression. He was raised hardscrabble in an era when “self-help” just meant bootstrapping your own damn life and getting on with it, dang it. With the world now overrun by life coaches, motivational charlatans and wackadoo health cults, all vying to...

What Happens If You Read All the Self-Help Books?

I was 24 when I read my first self-help book. I was drinking cheap white wine in All Bar One by Oxford Circus, moaning about my crappy temping job, when my friend handed me a battered copy of Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers. I read the tagline out loud: “How to turn your fear and...

The Best Self-Help Books to Make 2019 Your Best Year Yet

The idea of self-help has almost become a parody. With bookstores and bestseller lists overflowing with tomes on everything from diets to deities that can make you a better, happier person, it can be hard to take it all seriously.We’re not going to start the new year with unrealistic claims—that’s for your new year resolutions. But we do know...

11 Best Self Help Books for Women 2019 – Inspiring Personal Improvement Books

Tess Koman's The Best Damn Answers to Life's Hardest Questions is the flowchart of every Type-A's dream—and will make adults feel instantly better about themselves. How could it not when the book answers your most pressing inquiries like, "Will I survive this hangover?" and "Is a bra really necessary?" A crucial aspect of self-care: laughter.Repeat after me three times: We would not learn without our mistakes. We...

Food & Happy Chemicals: Too much, Too little, Just Right 02/01 by Happy Brain | Self Help Podcasts

If you liked this show, you should follow Happy Brain. h:1141947s:10867003upcoming People hope to eat their way to happiness in different ways, but we’re better off understanding why our brain is so obsessed with food. This podcast is a live call-in with Loretta Breuning, PhD, author of Habits of a...