Laura asks…

any good self improvement books on dating??

im 21 and my dating life is kinda lame now…any good books??

MKWeb answers:

Nope. Any you may come across are written either by people who are so far out of dating they have the time to write a book about it, or are so far out of dating their techniques may be downright amusing.

There’s no ‘how-to’ that’s going to help you get a date. What you do is suck it up and ask the girl out. She can only say no. Go somewhere else, maybe even on another day if your ego is pretty delicate, and ask another girl you would like to date.

At least one of these girls will say yes. At least one. They are not going to put you down hard unless they are insecure themselves. Always remember that. It will be fine.
Think of nice places to take a girl–

Paul asks…

Good self improvement books….?

I am 26 and going through this “phase” right now where I don’t really look at myself and say”God, Im great” and I really want to feel like that. There’s things I want to fix about myself so I can truly feel like I am being the best person I can be and living the best life I can. But I want some guidance and am looking for some book title. Im not depressed nor do I have a low self esteem…just looking to do some soul searching I guess. Maybe journaling books…anything…
Im looking for non-religious type books…although Im not totally opposed if the books really good…

MKWeb answers:

Some books I’ve found to be very helpful are:

The Intuitive Way: A Guide to Living From Inner Wisdom
by Penney Peirce

10 Spiritual Steps to a Magical Life
by Adrian Calabrese, Ph.D.

Meditation Secrets for Women: Discovering Your Passion, Pleasure, and Inner Peace
by Camille Maurine & Lorin Roche, Ph.D.

Anything by Caroline Myss, she’s awesome for soul-searching guidance.

All these books are about spiritual work, not religious work. Soul-searching requires spiritual work. 😉

Maria asks…

any good self improvement books for teens?

I’m 14 ( girl ) and i would like to buy lots of these kinds of books, but i would really appreciate it if the books didn’t have stuff to do with boys and dating because thats just not me, i mean if they have to have that, i’d like a book that contains a little bit about that, that way i can just ignore it. I looked some books up on google book preview, and i like the ‘ be true to your self : A daily guid for teenage girls ‘, because i like the bit about what to do each month. I also like ‘ the success principles for teens ‘. I would like similar books to these please.
Btw, i don’t really like chicken soup for the teenage soul books
Thankyou !
I’ve also read the 7 habits of highly effective teens 🙂

MKWeb answers:

;59 seconds – Richard Wiseman

This book is really good and has little activites in each chapter, that deal with different issues. Seriously, worth the read 🙂

Betty asks…

Any good self improvement books for teens?

I’m 14 ( girl ) and i would like to buy lots of these kinds of books, but i would really appreciate it if the books didn’t have stuff to do with boys and dating because thats just not me, i mean if they have to have that, i’d like a book that contains a little bit about that, that way i can just ignore it. I looked some books up on google book preview, and i like the ‘ be true to your self : A daily guid for teenage girls ‘, because i like the bit about what to do each month. I also like ‘ the success principles for teens ‘. I would like similar books to these please.
Btw, i don’t really like chicken soup for the teenage soul books
Thankyou !
btw, i’ve also read the 7 habits of a highly effective teen 🙂

MKWeb answers:

Try ‘The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens’ by Sean Covey – I found it was really good and helpful 🙂

Lizzie asks…

Can you recommend me any self-help/improvement books?

What are some good books that will improve me as a person? to become stronger, happier, friendlier, less stressed, have a better life, and be a better person all around?

MKWeb answers:

*Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers
*Mood Mapping by Dr Liz Miller
*How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
*Authentic Happiness by Martin E.P. Seligman

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