Top 5 Best Books To Become Mentally Strong

5 Books To Help You Become Mentally Strong

There are many books out there that can help you become mentally strong, but the truth is that some are better than others. To help you figure out which ones will help and which ones aren’t worth your time, here are five of the best books on mental strength.

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1. Master your emotion by Thibaut Meurisse

We all experience emotions and we also need to feel emotions to live a happy life. I truly believe that, but we don’t necessarily have to let them affect us. It’s possible to develop a strong sense of self and use our emotions as a tool instead of allowing them to control us. This is not easy, but it can be done by practicing some simple techniques such as mindfulness, self-compassion, and consistent deep breathing exercises.

In Master Your Emotion by Thibaut meurisse helps you develop emotional intelligence so you can gain more control over your thoughts, feelings, and actions and thus help you make better decisions in your personal life or work environment.

Master Your Emotions is the ‘how-to’ manual your parents should have given you at birth. By reading it, you’ll learn a step-by-step process to deal with negative emotions so you can live a happier, more fulfilling life. With pragmatic exercises and personal examples, you’ll explore techniques that counteract draining spirals of negativity and provide immediate relief.

In Master Your Emotions, you’ll discover:

  • A simple yet powerful formula to reprogram your mind and transform negative feelings into productive attitudes
  • 31 simple coping strategies to handle whatever life throws your way
  • A clear understanding of exactly how to make your emotions work for you
  • Powerful Hacks to make emotions your strongest tool for personal growth
  • Access to a free downloadable workbook, and much, much more.

Master Your Emotions is your must-read guide for living a positive and healthy life. If you like easy-to-understand strategies, practical exercises, and no-nonsense teachers, then you’ll love Thibaut Meurisse’s freedom-enhancing book

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2. Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden

Six Pillars of Self-Esteem is a book written by Dr. Nathaniel Branden and published in 1994. The Six Pillars are self-acceptance, self-responsibility, living consciously, self-assertiveness, integrity, and competence. This book helps to create a strong sense of identity that can help us grow into healthy and happy people. I recommend reading it if you want to become mentally strong for life. six pillars-six action-based practices for daily living that provide the foundation for self-esteem-and explore the central importance of self-esteem in five areas: the workplace, parenting, education, psychotherapy, and the culture at large.

six pillars of self-esteem by Nathaniel Branden

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3. Reason To Stay Alive By Matt Haig

one of my favorite books, is written by Matt Haig. in short, he explains why life is worth living and it’s a truly inspiring read. if you’ve ever wondered why am i here? and couldn’t answer that question then I would highly recommend you pick up a reason to stay alive. it will make you realize that your existence isn’t pointless. it was a book that helped me get out of one of my darkest places and helped me see a brighter future for myself. throughout his childhood, matt haig suffered from depression so he really understands what people are going through and his insight is honest but not overly personal which makes it easier to relate to.

How To Tell Depression to Piss Off:

This book gives you 40 ways to get to a better place with depression. They are born out of the author’s personal experience of clinical depression and his many years of working as a counselor helping people with their mental health. James lives with depression and knows its lies, the traps it makes, and how to dodge when it starts spitting bile in your face. Nice, eh?Reason to stay alive by Matt Haig

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4. You’re Too Good To Feel This Bad – Nate Dallas

While most people are familiar with cognitive-behavioral therapy and its ability to assist with mental health issues, many don’t realize that it can also help us feel better. In fact, you could argue that CBT is at its core a strategy for changing self-destructive thought patterns.

Author Nate Dallas’ book will walk you through various strategies and exercises to use throughout your day to make you stronger mentally. The gist of his book is simple: You may have heard of CBT, but do you actually know how to use it? This quick read offers proven tips and techniques designed to help improve your mood by changing negative thoughts into positive ones.
You're too good to feel this bad by Nate Dallas

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5. The courage to be disliked – Ichiro Kishimi & fumitake Koga

I would bet that almost everyone reading this column has dreamed of being admired, even adored. Most people strive for it. They may not admit it, but they fantasize about being a celebrity, a rock star, or someone who just has it all and is envied by everyone else. In reality, though, there are few of us who actually want to be popular for its own sake — as long as we have our close friends and family around us, what else do we need?

The courage to be disliked - Ichiro Kishimi & fumitake Koga

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