12 Best Self Love Books 2021 – ToysMatrix


The Self-Love Experiment

If you’re new to the idea of self-love and need a road map to follow, Shannon Kaiser’s 15 principles of self-love will get you started down the right path. Kaiser is an international life coach and speaker who was named one of the “top 100 women to watch in wellness” by Mind Body Green.

Start Where You Are

This interactive journal will put you through exercises that’ll help you determine where you are in your journey. Find uplifting prompts like, “List five things that always, and immediately, bring a smile to your face.”

How to Love Yourself (and Sometimes Other People)

So often our self-worth gets wrapped up in our romantic relationships; in this book, the writers, who studied Christian mysticism and Buddhism, respectively, and offer a spiritual way to untangle the two. 

I Heart Me

If you’re more of a facts-and-figures person, check out this book by David R. Hamilton, a scientist who worked in the pharmaceutical industry for four years before becoming interested in the biology of self-love. He delved into biochemistry and neuroscience research and developed 27 exercises meant to reprogram the brain. 

Radical Self-Love

Gala Darling has been teaching self-love for more than a decade, and she’s put her findings in a book that comes with homework assignments to keep you accountable for your own self-love goals. Before the book, she was one of the co-founders of The Blogcademy, so she also offers insights into her path to success. 

Unfu*k Yourself

If you need your advice in more of the hard-talk, straight-truth mode, author Gary John Bishop pulls no punches when telling you how to get out of your own way. Bishop, who grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, describes his brand of self-help as more of an “urban philosophy” approach. 

Beautiful You

This book gives you one small thing to do each day — Keep a master list of joys! Stop comparing yourself to others! — that, taken together, make up a 365-day plan for self-love. Each task is quick, so you take small steps to feeling better about yourself. 

Becoming Whole

Bruce Alan Kehr, M.D., an award-winning psychiatrist who’s been in practice for 40 years, has seen it all throughout his career. His book focuses more on overcoming past pain as a way to build up your self-esteem. 

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Mastering Your Mean Girl

That voice in your head, giving you all of your self-doubts? That’s your inner mean girl, and author/speaker Melissa Ambrosini tells you how to get her to quiet down. And if Amrbosini’s advice resonates with you, you can also check out her podcast, which covers topics like “Be Thankful for the Small Stuff,” and “Choose Love and Joy.” 

The Body Is Not an Apology

Activist and poet Sonya Renee Taylor offers ways to understand the origins and liberate yourself from body shame. Model Tess Holliday said the book, “is essential reading for those of us who crave understanding and those who are already on the path to learning how beautiful and complex our bodies are.”

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