The Top New Inspirational and Aspirational Books

Posted by Cybil on September 19, 2019
Just the titles of these books themselves will start you off on the right foot: Girl, stop apologizing! Maybe you should talk to someone? Stay sexy and don't get murdered—I mean, that's excellent advice!

For this list, we sifted through our data to find the top reader-rated books published this year in the self-help and wellness genres. We factored in readers' early reviews, and how many readers are adding these books to their Want to Read shelves (which is how we measure anticipation), as well as average rating.

What books would you suggest for changing your outlook on life? Let us know in the comments!
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message 1: by Jasi (last edited Sep 19, 2019 04:34AM) (new)

Jasi Old but gold: "Quiet: The power of Introverts in a world that can't stop talking" by Susan Cain.

It made me feel more at ease with my introvert personality and gave me comfort. Very inspirational for all the quiet (and not so quiet) people out there <3


message 2: by Kelly (new)

Kelly Agreed 100%.


message 3: by Melanie (new)

Melanie Jasi wrote: "Old but gold: "Quiet: The power of Introverts in a world that can't stop talking" by Susan Cain.

It made me feel more at ease with my introvert personality and gave me comfort. Very inspirational..."


Oh yes! This book changed so much for me, everyone including extroverts, should be reading it!


message 4: by Vivienne (new)

Vivienne When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress by Gabor Mate . . . because often we don't realise or don't acknowledge the stresses we are under and the impact that living with stress has on our wellbeing.


message 5: by Dannielle (new)

Dannielle Bradley Amazing book I agree


message 6: by Meryl (new)

Meryl Landau Great list! I recently wrote an article for Health Central about uplifting books and two of these made my list too--Moment of Lift and Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. My own new mindfulness/yoga women's novel Warrior Won is uplifting too (and the reason Health Central asked me to curate a list of others). Interesting that not many novels fall into this category


message 7: by C2015 (new)

C2015 Hmmmmm, all those links can’t be good...

I too LOVED Quiet by Susan Cain. At last I found my tribe and I understood why I so desperately wanted family in my own home and had difficulty making it work.


message 8: by Leslie (new)

Leslie Allen Drop the Rock by Bill P & Todd W - while this book is huge in recovery programs it surely can help any & every one. The 1st books that came to mind when I read the question is The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams & Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.


message 9: by John (new)

John Long I would recommend my book to change your life!
https://thebookofjohn.net/


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