10 Popular Self Help Books For Women

Lean In A groundbreaking book by Sheryl Sandberg, sparks a global conversation about women in the workplace. She draws from her own experiences as Facebook’s COO and insights from research.

The Gifts of Imperfection In this evolutionary book, Brené Brown explores the power of vulnerability, authenticity, and self-compassion in cultivating a fulfilling life.

You Are a Badass It is a refreshing take on self-help. Through witty anecdotes and practical advices, the author motivates women to overcome self-doubt, embrace their worth and pursue dreams fearlessly.

The Power of Now For women juggling with numerous responsibilities and expectations, this book offers a refreshing perspective on finding joy and calm in the midst of life’s challenges.

Big Magic Celebrating the creative spirit within every woman, Elizabeth Gilbert inspires readers to pursue their passions wholeheartedly, irrespective of fears or doubts.

Daring Greatly For women navigating through the complexities of relationships, parenting and leadership, this book offers invaluable insights and practices for cultivating courage and authenticity.

Girl, Wash Your Face Rachel Hollis’s candid and relatable book reflects on women seeking validation, purpose, and self-acceptance. Through her personal anecdotes and tough love, the author tends to shatter common myths and societal expectations

Untamed In this book, Glennon Doyle fearlessly shares her journey of self-discovery, liberation, and reclaiming her truest self.  Doyle invites women to shed societal expectations, embrace their untamed nature and pursue a life of authenticity and purpose.

The Four Agreements Through simple yet profound teachings, the author empowers women to break free from self-limiting beliefs, cultivate self-love and create authentic connections with others.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck Mark Manson’s book provides a new perspective on finding meaning and happiness in life. The book challenges women to let go of superficial concerns and focus on what truly matters.