Based on her popular Modern Love column, Sara Eckel’s It’s Not You challenges these myths, encouraging singletons to stop picking apart their personalities and faults and to start tapping into their wants, needs, and desires. The 5 Love Languages Singles Edition If you are familiar with The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts then you know how amazing it is to have a version of this popular book geared towards singles.“Nothing has more potential for enhancing one’s sense of well-being than effectively loving and being loved.Do you want to improve your current dating life by gaining some clarity?
If you can read, read this book.(Some people struggle with the first 50 or so pages.
Stick with it because the chapters on the pillars are where it’s at.)5) Awaken the Giant Within I thought Tony Robbins was a huckster before I read this book. Like the Pentacostal Church, Tony is a master of altering people’s states and he is an amazing resource if you are interested in making changes in yourself and others. And while long-winded at times, touches on just about everything he teaches.
I had seen footage of his seminars and it reminded me of a cultish, Pentecostal church. You can use his stuff to help with approach anxiety, beat procrastination, stick to your diet, or to help others make positive changes in their lives. One of the best self improvement books I’ve ever read.6) Ethical Slut If you are at all curious about open relationships, this book will give you a peak into that world.
Read up.4) Six Pillars of Self Esteem This book is fantastic, but couldn’t quite make the mandatory list. Read this book to improve “your reputation with yourself.” It’s become a cliche that some of the most successful people–the ones who run their own business, date countless supermodels, and act like the happiest people in the world–really feel awful. Improve your self esteem and you’ll feel fundamentally “alright” in the world.
If you doubt you can do the awesome things detailed in the other books, read this book.