4 New Self-Help and Wellness Books to Check Out
The whole ‘New Year, New Me’ mantra doesn’t have to end in January. There’s always room for self-discovery and growth that is often guided with some insightful tips from self-help and wellness books. This recap features four new finds that couldn’t put down. Happy reading!
How We Heal: Uncover Your Power and Set Yourself Free By Alexandra Elle
In this new book, Alexandra Elle shares ways on how to reclaim joy through self-healing. This includes personal healing stories from prolific women, journal prompts, and empowering exercises. Great night reading and soothing way to care for yourself after your littles ones are asleep.
How to Meet Your Self: The Workbook for Self-Discovery by Dr. Nicole Lepera
Dr. Nicole Lepera aka The Holistic Psychologist created a holistic guide and interactive workbook to help readers on their path to self-healing and tuning into their authentic selves. The journaling prompts offer great room for internal reflection to help readers get unstuck, see old patterns, and learn how to change them.
The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture by Dr. Gabor Maté
To understand the root of trauma and its impact on culture and its people, check out this comprehensive new book by Dr. Gabor Maté and his son Daniel Maté. Spanning four decades of Maté’s clinical experience, the book examines the false idea of “normal,” placing a lens on stress, family trauma, and everyday life and its impact on humans. Through the dispelling of myths, the book offers a guide to scientifically-backed guide to healing that offers insights, tips, and ideas for a new way of living.
The Spark Factor: The Secret to Supercharging Energy, Becoming Resilient, and Feeling Better Than Ever by Dr. Molly Maloof
Do you need more energy? As a parent, that’s most likely a resounding YES. Described as the “first biohacking book for women,” the book serves as a guide to help women uplevel their lives by targeting the mitochondria. This includes a discussion on gut-brain connection, dietary bio-hacks, exercise tips, sleep, supplementals, and much more. While the book does discuss tools that cost money, Dr. Molly does breaks down tips on how to bio-hack using free-to-low costs options.