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Author: Andre Maurois
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Byron (Psychology/self-help) by Andre Maurois

Byron () Paperback – October 15, 1984. by Andre Maurois (Author). Paperback: 464 pages.

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Self-help books are the focus of the rest of the paper. The next step is a tentative exploration of the readership of these books. All categories of the psychology books mentioned in Table 1 fall into the self-help category except the categories psychotherapy, psychological tests, study-books, (auto)biographies and fiction. The books about psychological tests and psychotherapy are not considered self-help, because they do not help readers to improve or heal themselves, but tell them what to expect when they are tested or receive psychological treatment. An exception is the autobiographical book by Bergen in which the author describes her own burnout and offers advice for better ways of dealing with stress. Therefore this book is also mentioned under the header stress. Forty-eight out of fifty-seven best selling psychology books fall under the heading self-help.

1. Freedom From the Ties That Bind: The Secret of Self Liberation by Guy Finley. 2. I Ain’t Much Baby, But I’m All I’ve Got by Jess Lair,.

Positive self-esteem to many is an illusive and almost mythical force. It feels intangible – something aspired to but hard to grasp, much like forgiveness or trust. Sometimes I can’t help but chime in and throw in some extra positive traits that I have observed in them. I encourage people in my personal life, too. I rarely complimented people in the past, perhaps because of envy or maybe because it felt somehow embarrassing. She earned her MS in Counseling and her BA in Psychology and is a member of The Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors, The American Counseling Association, The National Board of Certified Counselors, The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, and The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.