What is Neuro Linguistic Programming? Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is about communication, not just with other people but between our conscious and our unconscious minds. Our unconscious mind does what it believes we want it to do, if we are not getting the results we expect then the messages we are sending are not clear.  NLP is a bit like an instruction book for our mind, we get our unconscious mind to give us the results we expect by en...

What is Anger? Anger is an emotion or feeling usually felt when someone has been unfair or unkind towards you or someone else. I’m sure many of you have felt that intense feeling building up inside you as if you are going to burst, and quite often blurted something out and maybe felt guilty later on when the anger has subsided. Is this a problem? Generally speaking no, in fact anger does have a few positives e.g. recognise if someone is hur...

What is an eating disorder? Although being called eating disorders they are not all about food. In fact they are actually a mental illness that affect an individual’s eating behaviour. The disorder is more about an individual’s feelings and relationship with food. A sufferer may limit the amount of food they eat, binge eat large quantities of food and then release the food from the body or a combination of these. As with many illnesse...

    Cognitive: ‘connected with thinking or conscious mental processes’ (Cambridge Dictionary) Behavioural: ‘relating to behaviour’ (Cambridge Dictionary) Therapy: ‘ a treatment that helps someone feel better, grow stronger etc. Especially after an illness‘ (Cambridge Dictionary)   Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is usually classed as a ‘talking therapy’ whose aim is to help you u...

Self-Esteem – confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect. (English Oxford Living Dictionary). Self-acceptance, self-respect, self-worth and self-esteem. These statements are ways in which we see ourselves. Mainly positive – I accept who I am I respect myself I feel good about myself Mainly negative – I can’t accept who I am I don’t respect myself I feel bad about myself It is when we see ourselves...

  Thinking back over the past month, how many times can you remember feeling stressed, hearing someone else say they are stressed or witnessed someone close to you displaying signs of stress? My own answer to this would be, ‘many times’. I have felt stressed at work and whilst driving, people at work have said they are stressed by deadlines and work pressure and my partner has displayed signs of stress at home such as being unusu...

  Anxiety and Phobias – Can a Book Really Help? Hopefully that question will be answered during this article. Firstly a quick introduction. Anxiety is a normal and important human emotion that amongst other things helps keep us safe from danger. There can’t be too many people who have not been anxious about an exam, driving test, medical examination etc. However if anxiety turns into a persistent and exaggerated fear that impacts...

Having a quick look around my home I can find instructions for the television, washing machine, tumble drier, boiler/heating system, cooker and the car. If I need to do some decorating for example, I can go on youtube, type in what I want to do and then watch lot’s of people show me how easy it should be – it never is for me but that is another story! Yet the one thing I most need help with – my life – doesn’t come w...

Hi everyone,  Justin here. Welcome to selfhelpbooksworld.com. Below is a short introduction to me and the website. I hope you find it useful and learn a bit about me, my story and why I started selfhelpbooksworld.com A bit about Justin Growing up on a small farm where my Dad worked, I knew from a very early age that farming was to be the career for me. Although, I was very lucky things weren’t to be easy. During school holidays I started h...

Neuro Linguistic Programming Books
Uncategorized / 14/12/2018

What is Neuro Linguistic Programming? Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is about communication, not just with other people but between our conscious and our unconscious minds. Our unconscious mind does what it believes we want it to do, if we are not getting the results we expect then the messages we are sending are not clear.  NLP is a bit like an instruction book for our mind, we get our unconscious mind to give us the results we ex...

Self Help Books for Anger
Uncategorized / 08/12/2018

What is Anger? Anger is an emotion or feeling usually felt when someone has been unfair or unkind towards you or someone else. I’m sure many of you have felt that intense feeling building up inside you as if you are going to burst, and quite often blurted something out and maybe felt guilty later on when the anger has subsided. Is this a problem? Generally speaking no, in fact anger does have a few positives e.g. recognise if some...

Self Help Books Eating Disorders
Uncategorized / 29/11/2018

What is an eating disorder? Although being called eating disorders they are not all about food. In fact they are actually a mental illness that affect an individual’s eating behaviour. The disorder is more about an individual’s feelings and relationship with food. A sufferer may limit the amount of food they eat, binge eat large quantities of food and then release the food from the body or a combination of these. As with man...

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – What is it?
Uncategorized / 11/11/2018

    Cognitive: ‘connected with thinking or conscious mental processes’ (Cambridge Dictionary) Behavioural: ‘relating to behaviour’ (Cambridge Dictionary) Therapy: ‘ a treatment that helps someone feel better, grow stronger etc. Especially after an illness‘ (Cambridge Dictionary)   Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or CBT is usually classed as a ‘talking therapy’ whose aim is to ...

Low Self-Esteem – Solutions to Low Self-Esteem
Uncategorized / 07/11/2018

Self-Esteem – confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect. (English Oxford Living Dictionary). Self-acceptance, self-respect, self-worth and self-esteem. These statements are ways in which we see ourselves. Mainly positive – I accept who I am I respect myself I feel good about myself Mainly negative – I can’t accept who I am I don’t respect myself I feel bad about myself It is when we see...

Stress Management Handbook – Books to Help You Handle Stress
Uncategorized / 01/11/2018

  Thinking back over the past month, how many times can you remember feeling stressed, hearing someone else say they are stressed or witnessed someone close to you displaying signs of stress? My own answer to this would be, ‘many times’. I have felt stressed at work and whilst driving, people at work have said they are stressed by deadlines and work pressure and my partner has displayed signs of stress at home such as b...

Anxiety and Phobias – My Top 5 Self Help Books
Uncategorized / 28/10/2018

  Anxiety and Phobias – Can a Book Really Help? Hopefully that question will be answered during this article. Firstly a quick introduction. Anxiety is a normal and important human emotion that amongst other things helps keep us safe from danger. There can’t be too many people who have not been anxious about an exam, driving test, medical examination etc. However if anxiety turns into a persistent and exaggerated fear th...

What are Self Help Books – An Introduction
Uncategorized / 22/10/2018

Having a quick look around my home I can find instructions for the television, washing machine, tumble drier, boiler/heating system, cooker and the car. If I need to do some decorating for example, I can go on youtube, type in what I want to do and then watch lot’s of people show me how easy it should be – it never is for me but that is another story! Yet the one thing I most need help with – my life – doesn̵...

About Justin
Uncategorized / 18/10/2018

Hi everyone,  Justin here. Welcome to selfhelpbooksworld.com. Below is a short introduction to me and the website. I hope you find it useful and learn a bit about me, my story and why I started selfhelpbooksworld.com A bit about Justin Growing up on a small farm where my Dad worked, I knew from a very early age that farming was to be the career for me. Although, I was very lucky things weren’t to be easy. During school holidays I...