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5 Self-Help Books for Women That Are Worth the Hype

March 7, 2022

Self-help books now account for at least $2.5 billion a year in the US alone. From being an invisible form of literature to a sought-after item in the book store, this genre has caught the heart of many women for a good reason.

From personal development to emotional recovery, self-help books can set you on the right track.


Here’s our go-to list of self-help books that are uniquely empowering, inspiring and healing to help you channel your divine femininity.



1. “Untamed” by Glennon Doyle


Do you tend to people-please and abandon your needs to accommodate others? Then this phenomenal book is the one for you. 

“Untamed” is Glennon Doyle’s third memoir. It narrates a story of how bravely freeing ourselves from the world’s standards and expectations can help us make peace with our bodies, set boundaries and be unapologetically ourselves.



2. “You Are A Badass” by Jen Sincero


In this badass book, Jen Sincero — a success coach and author — was dauntlessly entertaining  in her approach. From occasional swear words to fun yet realistic advice, Sincero knows her way around. 

Inspired by her own transformation, “You Are A Badass” talks about manifesting the life you want through blasting past your fears and overcoming self-doubt. 



3. “Girl, Wash Your Face” by Rachel Hollis


Do you ever feel like everyone is moving forward – except you? Rachel Hollis has something to tell you.

In this conversational book, Hollis exposes the twenty lies and misconceptions that too often hold us back from living happily and productively. In the process, she will convince you to bust these self-sabotaging lies and live as a confident and empowered woman you are meant to be.



4. “Daring Greatly” by Dr. Brené Brown


From the perspective of a researcher and thought leader, “Daring Greatly” is about embracing your imperfections and vulnerability in order to live wholeheartedly. 

While so many of us fear vulnerability, Dr. Brown argues that it is not a weakness but rather our clearest path to meaningful connections, courage, and engagement.



5. “Year of Yes” by Shonda Rhimes


Is the fear of taking risks holding you back in your life? Shonda Rhimes may just have the right push to change your mind

This book will encourage you to say “yes” to everything that scares you for an entire year! So if you want to go out of your comfort zone and open yourself to opportunities, you ought not to miss this one in your reading list.



Reading self-help books has the ability to rewire the way we think. And it is in thinking differently that we can make real changes whether it is in our relationships, job, health and self. 

It is still important to remember, however, that reading is just a great starting point. The real challenge is in implementing what we learn from the pages to notice actual improvements.

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