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science of us
The Best Health and Science Books of 2018
Featuring dreams and social anxiety and psychedelic drugs.
you are a badass
Jen Sincero Thinks You Should Be Rich
And that has made her very, very rich.
hope this helps
The Painfully Obvious Productivity Advice I Guess I Needed to Hear
My Afternoon Manifesting My Career Goals
With L.A.’s next big self-help guru.
The School Teaching Women to Ask for What They Want
Kasia Urbaniak started The Academy to share a simple lesson — and amid #MeToo, it’s more relevant than ever.
Man Claims Self-Help Group He Joined Is Actually a Sex Cult
A new lawsuit alleges Gratitude Training, which offers personal development seminars, is a cult.
The Minimalists Want You to Be Happy With Less
And in a country where many struggle, they’ve found a huge audience.
Seven Days on the Oprah Cruise
At sea with a ship full of superfans, including my mom.
Anthony Scaramucci’s Next Move Is ‘Working on Being the Best Person He Can Be’
He also addressed those
Dancing With the Stars
Woody Harrelson’s Instagram Is My Favorite Self-Help Book
His inspirational memes really make you think.
How the Self-Esteem Craze Took Over America
Sometimes, ideas that are a bit scientifically suspect catch on because they are too good to not believe.
Status Anxiety About Happiness Is a Dumb American Habit
Are you happy
This Terrible Self-Help Book Is Actually Making Me a Better Artist
Join me: Surrender to
The Artist’s Way
Your Favorite Self-Help Book Will Soon Be a TV Show
A show based on Kondo-ing will absolutely spark joy.
De-Cluttering Is the New Juice Cleanse (and Equally Annoying)
Stop telling me about
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
The Case for Self-Affirmation Is Getting Stronger and Stronger
A simple, very beneficial behavior.
How to Talk to Yourself
Referring to yourself in the second-person is a little weird, but it seems to work.
the self-help industry
Q&A: Jessica Lamb-Shapiro, the Self-Help Guru for Skeptics
sheds light on the oversaturated genre – and offers its own kind of help along the way.
Cameron Diaz Is Writing a Goopy-Sounding Self-Help Book
It probably involves gluten-hating.
the power of passive thinking
How to ‘Secret’ Christy Turlington Into Your Life
Using the law of attraction for only the most important things.
Elizabeth Wurtzel Confronts Her One-Night Stand of a Life
I am 45 and have been living like I’m 25 since I was 15.
The Carefully Cultivated Soul of SoulCycle
“Come on, you sexy spin bitches.”