Sign in
Download Opera News App





Literature Poetry

Top 5 self improvement books every woman should read

When used effectively, self-help books can be a very effective tool. They can be equally as effective as treatment while being less expensive. Most people find it more comfortable to advance in their own time rather than seeking expert assistance.

1. ‘Year of Yes’ by Shonda Rhimes

Shonda is passionate and vivacious, and she also happens to be incredibly successful, as anyone who is enamored with her would attest. You better believe that Year of Yes contains all of her best pearls of knowledge. A stunning, illustrated, and ambitious journal that serves as a companion to Shonda Rhimes’s #1 New York Times bestseller Year of Yes.

2. You are a Badass by, Jen Sincero,

You are a badass. Talks about how we continuously put ourselves in our own way of achieving our goals, how to learn about ourselves from the things that irritate you about other people, how to chase your aspirations, and how to build a life that you enjoy. Considering other people’s opinions of you interferes with your ability to be happy. Consider this book to be the ideal reminder that, you are truly a badass.

3. Forgiving What You Can’t Forget’ by Lysa TerKeurst

Discovering How to Go On, Make Peace with Difficult Memories, and Build a Life That’s Beautiful Again. This book, which is based on religious beliefs, can assist you in determining what is preventing you from moving forward with your best life so that you can forgive, embrace hope, and experience peace.

4. More Than Enough by Elaine Welteroth

This book, written by former Teen Vogue editor-in-chief and TV personality Elaine Welteroth, chronicles Welteroth's professional journey as she explains how she learned to assert her place in the world and quiet the voices that told her she wasn't enough while frequently being the only Black woman in the room.

5.What Happened to You? by Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey

This book, which was co-written by Oprah Winfrey and renowned brain and trauma expert Dr. Bruce Perry, explores the long-lasting impacts of trauma and offers insight into behavioral patterns you might not even be aware of in yourself. It’s a must-read for anyone who has faced difficulty.

Reading helps improve knowledge and changes our mindsets. Which book would you reccomend to others?

Like, follow and share for more.

Content created and supplied by: Bevah (via Opera News )

Badass New York Times Shonda Shonda Rhimes Year of Yes


Load app to read more comments