Genres > Non-fiction > Self Help

  • Now that I’ve said goodbye, how do I forget you?

    SELF HELP, 2016

    Walter Riso

    A guide to ridding your ex from your head and your heart. Some people and relationships leave an indelible mark. It's as though they've got tangled up in our DNA; the very essence of who we...

  • Deaf Ears

    NON FICTION, 2016

    Pilar Sordo

    We're tired. We're always rushing against the clock, suffering from stress and tension, eating poorly, sleeping inadequately and trapped by technology that keeps us connected but also prevents us...

  • Wonderfully Imperfect, Scandalously Happy

    SELF HELP, 2015

    Walter Riso

    Many people are the victims of what Walter Riso called irrational perfectionist mandates or ‘successful anti-values'. These mandates seek to place us in the ‘top rank of men and women'...

  • I Don’t Want to Grow Old

    NON FICTION, 2014

    Pilar Sordo

    “I don’t want to grow old,” was the phrase most often heard during the research on which this book is based. Whether it is because successful traits are associated...

  • In Love or Enslaved

    SELF-HELP. 2013.

    Walter Riso

    Emotional Liberation means taking the reins of one's own emotional life, even when you're in a relationship and thus avoiding the useless suffering and heartache that prevent us from being who we...

  • Love, Don't Suffer

    SELF HELP, 2009

    Walter Riso

    Love is the most overwhelming and vital emotion of human existence. To give it up is to live without intensity, it is to give up living. So why do we suffer so for love? This book is a serious and...

  • Emotional Wisdom

    SELF HELP, 2009

    Walter Riso

    These pages constitute a call to restore the balance between body and mind through an emphasis on one of our most valuable resources, which today has become increasingly ignored and...

  • The Right To Say No

    SELF HELP, 2015

    Walter Riso

    Why are we afraid of refusing certain requests? Why do we submit to the desires of others? Is it that we think that our self-esteem is less important than satisfying others? The right to say no is...

  • Think Well, Feel Well

    SELF HELP, 2008

    Walter Riso

    The premise of this book is that if we think better, we’ll act and feel better. But how can one think better and get beyond the irrationality that causes us so much harm? As a therapist, the...

  • What Every Woman Should Know about Men

    SELF HELP, 2008

    Walter Riso

    Can men love? And do they know how to? What are the psychological weaknesses of men? What effect do they have on men’s sex lives? What do men think of women? Why do men find it so difficult...

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