Top Books for Happiness that you should read


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In today’s time when people are mostly surrounded by negativity and the world seems to get gloomy by the minute it is extremely important that every individual stands up for themselves, as a separate entity for their physical, mental and emotional health. Being constantly surrounded by unfavorable news can take a toll on your happiness but what matters is that you come out of it as a better, happier version of yourself. If you find yourself caught up in such a situation, down below is a list of self-help books to solve all your problems. To the rescue!

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

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This book as said by many is a ‘Timeless piece of advice’ written by Stephen R. Covey. It was first published in 1989 and has been updated many times since. It is one of the best self-help books and will make you a different person, for the better. In this book the author shares his personal stories, anecdotes and lessons in 7 different forms that can be applied in real life for personal growth and happiness. This book is a perfect choice if you are willing to make a change.

Think Like A Monk

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Written by author Jay Shetty, this book gives you an inside of how one can overcome a negative thought process and find their true purpose in life. This book offers mindful lessons and amazing meditation strategies to keep foul thoughts afar. The author has written this book as an inspiration from the time he spent as a monk motivating people to lead peaceful, disciplined lives. It is a great piece of work for people who are on the road to self-discovery as it lays down a path for exploration, along with some engaging activities.

Declutter Your Mind

A book by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport is a brilliant choice if you are dealing with anxiety, negative thoughts or if you are living in a state of constant mental exhaustion. As the name suggests this book offers a wide range of techniques to help you in relieving anxiety and eliminating any form of foul thoughts. The book has a great detail of information which will help you declutter your mind and relax not only mentally but also physically. It engages its audience in exercises and activities which makes it easier to put habits into practice. It is a must read if you are looking for some self-improvement.

Conclusion

It is for sure easier said than done when it comes to self-growth but we all start somewhere.  There might be a lot of questions rummaging through your brain right now; do self-help books really work? How can a book affect my happiness? Truth be told, happiness is a state of mind and these books are a little push for you to access that state. These books will make your journey to self-help a bit more fun. Happy reading!

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