My Self-Help Reading List

Self Help
Emotions, Anxiety, Coping

How to Deal with Annoying People: What to do when you can’t avoid them
by: Bob Phillips & Kimberly Alyn

Everyone knows the world is filled with annoying people. Family counselor Bob Phillips and inspirational speaker Kimberly Alyn offer help to those needing to improve their personal and professional relationships. They are two friends who have devoted many years to speaking, teaching, and consulting on this important topic.

Churches, individuals, couples, employees, and managers will benefit from this look at personality styles and close—sometimes conflicted—interaction. Readers will discover why they are annoyed by others, why others are annoyed by them, and what they can do to create wholesome relationships. They’ll learn to employ biblical principles along with a fun and simple process of identifying social cues. The result will be an immediate improvement in relating to the significant people in their lives.

When Smart People Work for Dumb Bosses: How to Survive in a Crazy and Dysfunctional Workplace
by: William Ludin Ph.D. and Kathleen Ludin

“Featured in The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company. Real People. Real Problems. Real Solutions. Suffering under an intimidating supervisor? Mistreated by thoughless management? Demeaned by a dictator? Bullied by a lazy boss? Used and abused by heartless company policy? You’re not alone. The fact is that such nightmare situations are a way of life for many working people. But help is on the way. William and Kathleen Lundin, renowned corporate “therapists” for dysfunctional organizations, have helped hundreds of employees break the cycle. Through candid interviews with the real people who have endured difficult working conditions, this book offers hope for dealing with those “bosses from hell.” When Smart People Work for Dumb Bosses brings corporate stupidity out of the closet. Through stories from the sales manager who actually wields a baseball bat to keep his staff “motivated,” to the health care supervisor who falunts the fact that his policies are unethical, you will learn practical strategies for coping with any dysfunctional workplace and managing your own “dumb boss.”

SOS Help for Emotions – Managing Anxiety, Anger & Depression
by: Lynn Clark Ph.D.

“SOS Help For Emotions – Managing Anxiety, Anger, And Depression is a self-help book that is fun to read and easy to apply. By understanding and applying insights and techniques from this book, you will learn useful self-help methods from cognitive behavior therapy. You will gain insight into changing your thoughts and feelings and for becoming more successful in attaining your goals. Knowing the five steps of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) will help you to deal with difficult people more effectively. Most people believe that bad events (such as a large credit card debt) and unpleasant people (an overly critical boss) directly cause high levels of anxiety, anger, depression and other miserable feelings. However, SOS teaches what we believe and tell ourselves about the bad events and those difficult people primarily determine our upsetness. When you believe that other people and bad events directly cause your emotions, how do you go about helping yourself to feel better? You cannot help yourself feel better. You are stuck in a rut if you believe that you must change other people or the world before you can feel better. Some people think getting very angry will cause others to change. However, others will not change as a result of your anger. Successful people find a way to change their anger into calmness and then to go about achieving their goals. SOS teaches you the steps for managing anxiety, anger, depression, and other unpleasant feelings. Our Beliefs and Self-Talk primarily cause our feelings and behavior and not bad events and difficult people. SOS teaches the reality that we are responsible for managing our feelings and behavior. SOS was updated in 2008 with the best self-help techniques from cognitive behavior therapy, the most effective form of modern therapy. Used internationally by adults, older teens, and counselors, SOS is available in English, Spanish, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. Included are exercises, quizzes, 100 engaging illustrations, and accompanying free resources at SOS Programs. Visit the Amazon Lynn Clark author page to learn more.”

The Body Never Lies – The Lingering Effects of Cruel Parenting
by: Alice Miller

“Never before has world-renowned psychoanalyst Alice Miller examined so persuasively the long-range consequences of childhood abuse on the body. Using the experiences of her patients along with the biographical stories of literary giants such as Virginia Woolf, Franz Kafka, and Marcel Proust, Miller shows how a child’s humiliation, impotence, and bottled rage will manifest itself as adult illness—be it cancer, stroke, or other debilitating diseases. Never one to shy away from controversy, Miller urges society as a whole to jettison its belief in the Fourth Commandment and not to extend forgiveness to parents whose tyrannical childrearing methods have resulted in unhappy, and often ruined, adult lives. In this empowering work, writes Rutgers professor Philip Greven, “readers will learn how to confront the overt and covert traumas of their own childhoods with the enlightened guidance of Alice Miller.”

60 Powerful Communication Skills: How to Communicate with Confidence, Clarity & Credibility
by: Colleen McKenna

Self Matters – Creating Your Life from the Inside Out
by: Dr. Phil McGraw

What if there is a You that has never seen the light of day, has never got to say, “Hey, what about me?”

What if there is a You that you have never even met and certainly never permitted to just be, without fear of judgment or condemnation?

What if you live your life on the sidelines in constant fear of failing to please those who forever seem to stand in judgment of you and your life?

What if you discovered that you had settled for what life has served up instead of what you really wanted and needed?

What if you really think and feel things you have never allowed to come out, and certainly never acted on?

What if your marriage is not at all what you really emotionally want and need, but you silently stay the course anyway, selling out your hope to be happy?

What if you are allowing days to turn into weeks and weeks to turn into months and months to turn into years, all adding up to a lifetime of being what some nameless, faceless world has assigned you to be?

If any of these “What ifs” are true in your life, then we need to talk, and through these pages, we will. First, I have some bad news, and I have some good news. The bad news is you are making the choices that have put you in this life circumstance; the good news is you are making the choices that have put you in this life circumstance. Now is the time to make the biggest choice of your life. Through Self Matters, I will help you do just that.”

People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil
by: M. Scott Peck, M.D.

“So compelling in its exploration of the human psyche, it’s as hard to put down as a thriller…such a force of energy, intensity, and straightforwarness.”

Will I Ever Be Good Enough?: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers
by: Karyl McBride Ph.D.

“The first book specifically for daughters suffering from the emotional abuse of selfish, self-involved mothers, Will I Ever Be Good Enough? provides the expert assistance you need in order to overcome this debilitating history and reclaim your life for yourself. Drawing on over two decades of experience as a therapist specializing in women’s psychology and health, psychotherapist Dr. Karyl McBride helps you recognize the widespread effects of this maternal emotional abuse and guides you as you create an individualized program for self-protection, resolution, and complete recovery.Narcissistic mothers teach their daughters that love is not unconditional, that it is given only when they behave in accordance with maternal expectations and whims. As adults, these daughters have difficulty overcoming feelings of inadequacy, disappointment, emotional emptiness, and sadness. They may also have a fear of abandonment that leads them to form unhealthy romantic relationships, as well as a tendency to perfectionism and unrelenting self-criticism or to self-sabotage and frustration. Dr. McBride’s step-by-step program will enable you to:-1) Recognize your own experience with maternal narcissism and its effects on all aspects of your life-2) Discover how you have internalized verbal and nonverbal messages from your mother and how these have translated into overachievement or self-sabotage-3) Construct a personalized program to take control of your life and enhance your sense of self, establishing healthy boundaries with your mother and breaking the legacy of abuseWarm and sympathetic, Dr. McBride brings a profound level of authority to Will I Ever Be Good Enough? that encourages and inspires you as it aids your recovery.”

Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day
by: Anne Katherine, M.A.

“Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

In the perennial favorite Boundaries, Anne Katherine introduced the concept and importance of personal limits. In Where to Draw the Line, she takes the next step with a practical guide to establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries in a wide range of situations.With every encounter, we either demonstrate that we’ll protect what we value or that we’ll give ourselves away. Healthy boundaries preserve our integrity. Unlike defenses, which isolate us from our true selves and from those we love, boundaries filter out harm.

This book provides the tools and insights needed to create boundaries so that we can allow time and energy for the things that matter — and helps break down limiting defenses that stunt personal growth. Focusing on every facet of daily life — from friendships and sexual relationships to dress and appearance to money, food, and psychotherapy — Katherine presents case studies highlighting the ways in which individuals violate their own boundaries or let other people breach them. Using real-life examples, from self-sacrificing mothers to obsessive neat freaks, she offers specific advice on making choices that balance one’s own needs with the needs of others.

Boundaries are the unseen structures that support healthy, productive lives. Where to Draw the Line shows readers how to strengthen them and hold them in place every day.”

Family & Parenting

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family: Simple Ways to Keep Daily Responsibilities and Household Chaos From Taking Over Your Life
by: Richard Carlson Ph.D.

“While it’s easy to allow little things to take over our lives, there are things we can do to make life around the house less stressful,” writes Richard Carlson in Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff with Your Family: Simple Ways to Keep Daily Responsibilities and Household Chores from Taking Over Your Life. In this collection of 98 brief essays, Carlson (author of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff … And It’s All Small Stuff) meditates on small, but meaningful ways to avoid being overwhelmed by life, particularly family life. From Number 8: Make Peace with Bickering, to Number 14: Encourage Boredom in Your Children, to Number 72: Stop Exaggerating Your Workload, Carlson’s messages serve as reminders for truisms most readers already know but have lost sight of in the bustle of daily life. Carlson’s “ways” may be simple, but simplicity is not stupid–his book offers vital injections of wisdom. –Ericka Lutz

Family First: Your Step-by-Step Plan for Creating A Phenomenal Family
by: Dr. Phil McGraw

“The author examines the crisis in the American family, discussing the importance of the family relationship, its impact on mental health and good child development, and practical, innovative solutions for bringing families back together.”

Generation Me: Why Today’s Young Americans are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled, and More Miserable Than Ever Before
by: Jean M. Twenge Ph.D.

“Called “The Entitlement Generation” or Gen Y, they are storming into schools, colleges, and businesses all over the country. In this provocative new book, headline-making psychologist and social commentator Dr. Jean Twenge explores why the young people she calls “Generation Me”—those born in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s—are tolerant, confident, open-minded, and ambitious but also cynical, depressed, lonely, and anxious.

Herself a member of Generation Me, Dr. Twenge uses findings from the largest intergenerational research study ever conducted—with data from 1.3 million respondents spanning six decades—to reveal how profoundly different today’s young adults are. Here are the shocking truths about this generation, including dramatic differences in sexual behavior, as well as controversial predictions about what the future holds for them and society as a whole. Her often humorous, eyebrow-raising stories about real people vividly bring to life the hopes and dreams, disappointments, and challenges of Generation Me.

GenMe has created a profound shift in the American character, changing what it means to be an individual in today’s society. The collision of this generation’s entitled self-focus and today’s competitive marketplace will create one of the most daunting challenges of the new century. Engaging, controversial, prescriptive, funny, Generation Me will give Boomers new insight into their offspring, and help those in their teens, 20s, and 30s finally make sense of themselves and their goals and find their road to happiness.”

The Loving Parent’s Guide to Discipline – How to Teach Your Children to Behave with Kindness, Understanding and Respect
by: Marilyn E. Gootman Ed.D.

“A new trade edition of a classic parenting guide–revised and updated for today’s parents!

Discipline is one of the most important aspects of child-rearing. A child raised with discipline learns to judge between right and wrong, to reach his or her greatest potential, and to treat others with kindness and respect. Revised and updated to include the latest research, The Loving Parents’ Guide to Discipline offers advice for parents who want to raise happy, healthy, well-behaved children.

Learn how to:
Set rules and limits
Encourage appropriate behavior
Create better communication
Use praise wisely
Manage anger
Handle conflicts between siblings
And more.”

Three Steps to A Strong Family
by: Linda & Richard Eyre

“The authors of several books on child raising and the parents of nine children propose a simple, workable system for building a supportive family that teaches fairness, self-discipline, responsibility, and planning and decision-making skills.”

Raising Adopted Children – A Manual for Adoptive Parents
by: Lois Ruskai Melina

“In this completely revised and updated edition of Raising Adopted Children, Lois Melina, editor of Adopted Children newsletter and the mother of two children by adoption, draws on the latest research in psychology,sociology, and medicine to guide parents through all stages of their child’s development. Melina addresses the pressing adoption issues of today, such as open adoption, international adoption, and transracial adoption, and answers parents’ most frequently asked questions, such as:

  • How will my child “bond” or form attachments to me?
  • When and how should I tell my child that he was adopted?
  • What should schools be told about my child?
  • Will adoption make adolescent upheavals more complicated?

Up-to-date, sensitive, and clear, Raising Adopted Children is the definitive resource for all adoptive parents and concerned professionals.

Raising Adopted Children is a comprehensive source of practical, reassuring advice and intelligent support for the adoptive parent. [It is also an] excellent professional resource for social workers, physicians, teachers, therapists, and others working with adopted children and their parents.”
–North American Council on Adoptable Children “Melina, an adoptive parent, writes both sensibly and sensitively on many critical issues faced by parents and their adopted children from infancy through adolescence.”

Keys to Parenting An Adopted Child
by: Kathy Lancaster

“Adoptive parents will find information and advice on preparing for placement, bonding with an adopted child, trans-racial and international adoptions, coping with a child’s health or learning problems, and much more. Appendices present lists of adoptive parenting organizations in the U.S. and Canada, adoption-friendly mental health resources, children’s health organizations, and pediatric and educational advocacy groups. Titles in Barron’s Parenting Keys offer help to moms and dads by focusing on challenges specific to modern family structures and today’s social environment. Bringing up kids today is different–and in many ways more challenging–than it was in past generations.”

Raising Children in A Changing World – Preschool Through Teen Years
by: Dian G. Smith

“Yes, the world is changing, but as Smith ( Parents’ Guide to Understanding Discipline ) points out in this informative and thought-provoking guide, it has changed for parents, not for children, who only know the world as it is now. In this new volume in the Children’s Television Workshop Family Living series, Smith shatters nostalgic illusions about family life in the “good old days” by pointing out, for instance, that in 18th-century America, most mothers were too busy with housekeeping and farm work to make children the center of their attention. Smith tackles thorny issues head-on in such chapters as “New Roles for Parents: Divorced, Single, and Step-” and “Is the World Really a More Dangerous Place?” “What’s New About Sex?” emphasizes the importance of parents taking responsibility for educating their children about sex, and “What’s New About Drugs?” says building a child’s self-esteem is the best form of drug prevention. Enjoyable to read and briskly paced, this book offers pertinent, level-headed advice (“good judgment and a set of personal values” are the best tools for child-rearing), highlighted by parents’ heartfelt and insightful comments. ”

Special Needs & Disabilities

Children with Fragile X Syndrome – A Parent’s Guide
Edited by: Jane Dixon Weber

“Fragile X syndrome is believed to be the most common genetic cause of mental retardation, even more common than Down syndrome. It can result in a wide range of developmental delays, learning disabilities, and physical characteristics — which all tend to be more pronounced in boys than in girls. At last, there is a comprehensive book on fragile X syndrome for parents. The first and only book of its kind, this book provides a complete, sensitive introduction to fragile X syndrome, an inherited, genetic condition caused by a mutation on the X-chromosome. This new guide is written by an experienced, caring group of parents, doctors, therapists, and teachers, who offer an in-depth look at the issues and concerns affecting children and their families.”

Attention Deficit Disorder & Learning Disabilities – Realities, Myths & Controversial Treatments
by: Barbara D. Ingersoll Ph.D. and Sam Goldstein Ph.D.

“Two experts on these much-misunderstood,  debilitating problems explain how parents can spot  telltale symptoms and select the best treatment for their  children — a practical handbook for parents,  teachers, and medical professionals alike.”

Keys to Parenting A Child with Attention Deficit Disorder
by: Barry E. McNamara Ed.D. and Francine J. McNamara M.S.W., C.S.W.

“Attention Deficit Disorder, or ADD, is a complex problem that demands attention from both parents and the child’s teachers. In this updated guide, the authors recommend ways for parents to work with their child’s school, effectively manage the child’s behavior, and perhaps most important, provide emotional support and act as their child’s advocate. Readers will find answers to the most commonly asked questions about ADD.”

Negotiating the Special Education Maze – A Guide for Parents & Teachers
by: Deidre Hayden

“For more than 25 years, this classic guide has taken parents, guardians, educational advocates, and special educators step-by-step through the special education process. Now revised and updated, reflecting the latest changes to the special education laws, NEGOTIATING THE SPECIAL EDUCATION MAZE continues to provide thorough, time-tested advice based on the authors’ years of experience helping parents advocate for their child.

The book covers all the crucial components parents and advocates need to consider from anticipating a child is not succeeding in a program or school to seeking an evaluation; from planning an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP), to understanding classroom placement options and monitoring progress.

Key topics include:
Eligibility for services
Understanding the IEP process
How to write effective goals
Tips on participating in IEP meetings
Making sure IEPs are carried out and effective

The new fourth edition provides expanded information on:
Transitioning from high school to adult life
1. Employment
2. Independent living
3. Self-advocacy
4. Continuing education
Required statewide assessments for all students
Problem solving disagreements between families and schools
Due process and other legal recourses

Invaluable forms and charts help parents plan their IEP strategy, keep records and key contacts, log conversations and correspondence with important players, and track progress. This guide is one of the best tools available for understanding how to navigate the special education maze!”

The Special Needs Reading List – Annotated Guide to the Best Publications for Parents & Professionals
by: Wilma K. Sweeney

“This publication provides short reviews and recommendations of the best books, journals, newsletters, organisations, and other information sources about children with disabilities. This invaluable reference is organised into two broad sections: Part One covers topics related to disabilities in general, such as Disability Awareness; Family Life; Legal Issues; and Education. Part Two focuses on specific disabilities, including Autism; Cerebral Palsy; Down Syndrome; Fetal Alcohol Syndrome; Learning Disabilities; and Speech and Language Disorders.”

Laying Community Foundation for Your Child with A Disability – How to Establish Relationships that will Support Your Child After You’re Gone
by: Linda J. Stengle M.H.S.

“This practical guide shows families of children with developmental disabilities how to establish a network of non-paid people that can provide lasting relationships for their son or daughter. Parents discover, step-by-step, how to navigate the human side of estate planning. And, they find out how important it is to begin this process as early as possible in the life of their child. With the help of checklists and charts, parents learn how to assess their child’s needs, interests and existing relationships.”

Legal Rights of the Catastrophically Ill & Injured – A Family Guide (Second Edition)
by: Joseph L. Romano Attorney & Counselor at Law

Riding the Bus with My Sister: A True Life Journey
by: Rachel Simon

“Beth is a spirited woman with mental retardation, who spends nearly every day riding the buses in Philadelphia. The drivers, a lively group, are her mentors; her fellow passengers are her community. When Beth asks her sister Rachel to accompany her on the buses for one year, they take a transcendent journey together that changes Rachel’s life in incredible ways and leads her to accept her sister at long last-teaching her to slow down and enjoy the ride.

Full of life lessons from which any reader will profit, Riding the Bus with My Sister is “a heartwarming, life-affirming journey through both the present and the past…[that] might just change your life” (Boston Herald).”

Adult Relationships

For Women Only – What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men
by: Shaunti Feldhahn

“What’s going on in a man’s mind? From their early days, every woman has struggled to understand why males behave the way they do. Even long-married women who think they understand men have only scratched the surface. Beneath a man’s rugged exterior is an even more rugged, unmapped terrain. What bestselling author Shaunti Feldhahn’s research reveals about the inner lives of men will open women’s eyes to what the men in their life—boyfriends, brothers, husbands, and sons—are really thinking and feeling. Men want to be understood, but they’re afraid to “freak out” the women they love by confessing what is happening inside their heads. This book will guide women in how to provide the loving support that modern men want and need.

The Truth About His Inner Life He Desperately Wants You to Know

What’s going on in there? Ever been totally confused by something your man has said or done? Want to understand his secret desires and fears, his daily battles that you know nothing about?

In a woman-to-woman conversation you’ll never forget, Shaunti Feldhahn takes you beneath the surface into the inner lives of men. This book is about the things we just don’t ‘get’ about guys. With findings from a groundbreaking national survey and personal interviews of over one thousand men, For Women Only is full of eye-opening revelations you need to not only understand the man in your life, but to support and love him in the way he needs to be loved. Grounded in biblical hope, you will discover how to love your man for who he really is—not who you think he is. ”

For Men Only – A Straight Forward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women
by: Shaunti Feldhahn and Jeff Feldhahn

Finally—You Can Understand Her!

Women: complicated and impossible to understand? Do you love and want to please the woman in your life, but just can’t seem to figure her out? That was before For Men Only. Now at your fingertips is the tool that will unlock the secret to her mysterious ways. Through hundreds of interviews and the results of a scientific national survey of women, this book demonstrates that women are actually not random and that they really can be systematized and “mapped.” In fact, much to men’s delight, this book shows that women are actually quite easy to understand and please—as long as you know what it is they need. This simple map will guide you to loving your wife or girlfriend in the way she needs to be loved.

The bestselling author of For Women Only teams with her husband to offer men the key to unlocking the mysterious ways of women. Through Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn ’s national scientific survey and hundreds of interviews, For Men Only reveals what you can do today to improve your relationship. And believe it or not, as Jeff assures men, “It’s not splitting the atom.”

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus – The Classic Guide to Understanding the Opposite Sex
by: John Gray Ph.D.

“Once upon a time Martians and Venusians met, fell in love, and had happy relationships together because they respected and accepted their differences. Then they came to Earth and amnesia set in: they forgot they were from different planets.

Based on years of successful counseling of couples and individuals, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus has helped millions of couples transform their relationships. Now viewed as a modern classic, this phenomenal book has helped men and women realize how different they really are and how to communicate their needs in such a way that conflict doesn’t arise and intimacy is given every chance to grow.”

Religious Exploration

Enjoying Where You Are on the Way to Where You Are Going: Learning How to Live a Joyful, Spirit-led Life
by: Joyce Meyer

“Learn How to Live a Joyful Spirit-Led Life! Are you enjoying every day of your life? Or do you tell yourself and others that you will find happiness once you have reached a specific goal or position in life? Jesus came so that we might have and enjoy life (John 10:10). Joy is a fruit of the Spirit. If you have not been enjoying your life to the fullest, it is time to begin! In this book, Joyce Meyer combines biblical principles with personal experiences for a powerful teaching on how to enjoy every day on your journey through life. By applying the principles outlined in this book, you will learn: * How to make the decision to enjoy life * How to rid yourself of regret and dread * How to experience the simplicity of life * How to find joy during times of waiting * How to finish your course with joy * Plus much more! Enjoying life is not based on enjoyable circumstances. It is an attitude of your heart. So learn how to enjoy where you are on the way to where you are going today!”

Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind
by: Joyce Meyer

“Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger and feelings of condemnation: all these are attacks on the mind. If readers suffer from negative thoughts, they can take heart! Joyce Meyer has helped millions win these all-important battles. In her most popular bestseller ever, the beloved author and minister shows readers how to change their lives by changing their minds.

She teaches how to deal with thousands of thoughts that people think every day and how to focus the mind the way God thinks. And she shares the trials, tragedies, and ultimate victories from her own marriage, family, and ministry that led her to wondrous, life-transforming truth–and reveals her thoughts and feelings every step of the way.”

Woman to Woman: Candid Conversations from Me to You
by: Joyce Meyer

“Joyce speaks to women about many of the issues most pertinent to their lives, needs, and interests in this collection derived from some of her most popular books. Some of the included topics are: Living beyond your feelings, Overcoming fear and insecurity, Being wise with your words, Establishing proper priorities, Defeating negative circumstances, Overcoming an ?I can?t? attitude, Enjoying the favor of God.”

Approval Addiction: Overcoming Your Need to Please Everyone
by: Joyce Meyer

“There is an epidemic of insecurity in society today. Many people suffer from an unhealthy need for affirmation. They are not capable of feeling good about themselves. For some the quest for approval becomes an actual addiction, as they seek self-worth from the outside world because they can’t find it within themselves. Joyce Meyer understands the need for seeking approval from others to overcome feelings of rejection and low self-esteem. The good news, she says, is that there is a cure. God provides all the security anyone needs. Her goal is to provide a pathway toward freedom from the approval addiction. ”

Be Anxious for Nothing: The Art of Casting Your Cares & Resting in God
by: Joyce Meyer

“Outstanding Bible teacher and author Joyce Meyer gives practical and powerful answers as she shares her past defeats with worry, frustration, and stress. Readers will discover the victorious principles that helped her to overcome these obstacles and revolutionize her life and ministry.”

Managing Your Emotions: Instead of Your Emotions Managing You
by: Joyce Meyer

“God Gave You Emotions on Purpose! Our emotions play a vital role in living happy, healthy, successful lives. All emotions, from love and joy to anger and fear, have an important part to play in understanding ourselves and others. They help us discover the wonders of this life as well as warn us when we are in danger. But this diversity of feelings is meant to complement our life, not determine it! In this life-transforming book, Joyce Meyer reveals powerful truths from God’s Word that will help you learn to manage all of your emotions in the right direction. Through hilarious illustrations and real-life applications, Joyce delivers the keys to keeping your emotions in the proper place while allowing the Spirit of God to lead and direct you. Dynamic scriptural insights are included on topics such as: * How not to be led by feelings * Codependency * Forgiveness * Mood swings * Healing for damaged emotions * Depression * And much more! Don’t allow your feelings to determine your destiny! Instead, manage your emotions to complement and enhance your attitude for a joyful, victorious life!”

Reduce Me To Love: Unlocking the Secret to Lasting Joy
by: Joyce Meyer

“#1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer points
out, “You can’t give away something you don’t
have!” Many people who are trying to walk in
God’s love are doing so in their own strength,
but they can’t demonstrate God’s love because
they never stop to receive it themselves. Because
God is love, loving and being loved is
what makes life worth living. Once you learn
how to truly accept God’s unconditional love
for you and walk in love like Jesus did, you
will discover the sweet peace, deep joy, and
unfailing strength that come with being willing
to say, “REDUCE ME TO LOVE!”

Help Me, I’m Married
by: Joyce Meyer

“With God, It’s Never Too Late to Improve Your Marriage Dear Reader, Many people enter into a marriage because they’re expecting the other person to do something for them, to give them something, to “Make me happy.” But we need to look at marriage from the standpoint of giving, not getting. When each partner fully gives him- or herself over to thinking of the other, “What can I do for you?” each will receive everything desired-and more besides. The Bible says, “… It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35 KJV). And about marriage: “Let marriage be held in honor (esteemed worthy, precious, of great price, and especially dear) in all things… ” (Hebrews 13:4 AMP). A good marriage does not just happen, no matter how wildly in love you were when you got married. You have to be creative. Learn what the Word says and practice it. There’s nothing better than a really great marriage, and nothing worse than a bad one. Discover how to grow blessings and happiness in your marriage. Do this and you’ll bring great victories into your home-greater than you could ever imagine. Joyce Meyer.”

Me & My Big Mouth: Your Answer is Right Under Your Nose
by: Joyce Meyer

“This book will show you how to train your mouth to speak words that will make you overcomers in this life. It emphasizes that speaking the Word of God must be coupled with living a life of complete obedience in order to see the power of God flow.”

How to Succeed at Being Yourself: Finding the Confidence to Fulfill Your Destiny
by: Joyce Meyer

“At last! The news you’ve been waiting for! Success, fulfillment, and satisfaction are finally within your reach. In How to Succeed at Being Yourself, Joyce Meyer will help you discover that emotional, spiritual, and social transformation are possible as you begin to see yourself in a whole new way. Through understanding who you are, you will find the confidence to take hold of lasting, fulfilling success. Experience today the joy of becoming the unique person God intended you to be!”


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