Well-written, Megan!

It's no surprise self-help gets a bad name. As much as people don't like to admit it has value, writers on self-help keep writing (I mean bloggers here, not experts in the field) because it gets the clicks, meaning, people DO fetch for value in them.

But since quality seldom grows proportionately with quantity, there's a flood of extremely sub-par content on this genre.

Given that, would you mind mentioning some of your own favorite self-help books/articles (other than those mentioned here) that had a memorable impact on you?

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