Archives de catégorie : Self Help / Mind, Body & Spirit

IT BEGINS WITH YOU de Jillian Turecki

The first book from renowned relationship coach with 20 years of experience in the field, and “the TikTok relationship expert,” who millions flock to for her heartfelt advice on revolutionizing their relationships.

The 9 Hard Truths About Love That Will Change Your Life
by Jillian Turecki
HarperOne, 2025
(via Park & Fine)

In IT BEGINS WITH YOU, Jillian will share hard-won lessons from her own life experience and from her years of coaching thousands of people on their love lives. She will share personal anecdotes, as well as her clients’ experiences, alongside her best advice and practical tools, tips, and questions, to help readers examine their own lives and relationships. Each chapter will focus solely on one of her 9 Hard Truths, such as: “No One is Coming To Save You” – which looks at inner strength, accountability, and dependences – in the relationships we keep, and in ourselves. Jillian holds nothing back as she weaves her own experiences into her lessons; imperfections and failures are a part of all relationships and acknowledging this truth is a core principle of her teaching.

IT BEGINS WITH YOU will provide the tools to recognize the fulfilling relationships that serve us, but also the ones that don’t – the realization of which can be a hard truth to swallow. In her own words: “There may be some truths that sting a little more than others, but if you open your mind and heart to each one’s message, it will illuminate your path towards healthy love and ultimately, self-love.”

Jillian Turecki is a certified relationship coach, teacher and writer who for 20 years has taught others how to transform their relationships with themselves. Under the tutelage of Tony Robbins and worldrenowned family therapist Cloe Madanes, Jillian is certified by the Robbins Madanes Center for Strategic Intervention, a renowned coaching program known for its innovative strategic solutions to the most difficult relationship problems. Fueled by an insatiable curiosity about what makes a relationship thrive, Jillian has helped thousands through her teaching and writing revolutionize their relationship with themselves so that they transform their relationships with others.


Discovering the intuitive wisdom of your heart and finding support and serenity.

(22 Questions Addressed to Your Heart That Will Fill Your Life with Love)
by Christine Dohler
Goldmann, February 2024

There are so many questions about love and life, fundamental ones being: Exactly what is love? Will I simply be found by love or should I go looking for it? How can I share love? After Christine Dohler began to consult her heart as her most adept compass, life began opening up from a completely different and more truthful perspective. In this inspiring book, the author explores 22 questions about love – and the answers arrive authentically and intuitively from the heart. They are universal and encouraging, impart confidence, and open up a liberating perspective on true love. Accompanied by many practical exercises and impulses, this book is an invitation to self-reflection.

  • With practical tips, tools, and impulses for communicating with your own heart
  • For fans of Karin Kuschik and Brianna Wiest.

Christine Dohler studied journalism and communication science at the University of Hamburg and trained at the Henri Nannen School of Journalism. She is the managing director of copywriting at Emotion Slow and writes for FAS, Die Zeit, SZ-Magazin, Emotion, Brigitte, and Flow. She is also a trained systemic coach and meditation trainer.


Cynicism is making us sick; Stanford Psychologist Dr. Jamil Zaki has the cure—a “ray of light for dark days” (Adam Grant, #1 New York Times bestselling author).

The Surprising Science of Human Goodness
by Jamil Zaki
Grand Central Publishing, September 2024
(via The Gernert Company)

For thousands of years, people have argued about whether humanity is selfish or generous, cruel or kind. But recently, our answers have changed.  In 1972, half of Americans agreed that most people can be trusted; by 2018, that figure had fallen to 30%. Different generations, genders, religions, and political parties can’t seem to agree on anything, except that they all think human virtue is evaporating.

Cynicism is a perfectly understandable response to a world full of injustice and inequality. But in many cases, cynicism is misplaced.  Dozens of studies find that people fail to realize how kind, generous, and open-minded others really are.  And cynical thinking worsens social problems, because our beliefs don’t just interpret the world—they change it. When we expect people to be awful, we coax awfulness out of them.

Cynicism is a disease, with a history, symptoms–and a cure. Through science and storytelling, Jamil Zaki imparts the secret for beating back cynicism: hopeful skepticism. This approach doesn’t mean putting our faith in every politician or influencer. It means thinking critically about people and our problems, while simultaneously acknowledging and encouraging our strengths. Far from being naïve, hopeful skepticism is a more precise way of understanding others, and paying closer attention re-balances how you think about human nature.  As more of us do this, we can take steps towards building the world we truly want.

Dr. Jamil Zaki is a professor of psychology at Stanford University and the director of the Stanford Social Neuroscience Lab. He trained at Columbia and Harvard, studying empathy and kindness in the human brain. He is interested in human connection and how we can learn to connect better.


The follow up to the international bestseller, The Molecule of More, here’s a step-by-step guide that converts the brain science of The Molecule of More into practical steps to making your life better, right now.

by Michael E. Long
Benbella, Spring 2025
(via Harvey Klinger Literary Agency)

Here’s how to: stop being held captive to the lure of social media; avoid the pitfalls that plague dating life; keep yourself from getting “bored” with the love you already have; better limit compulsive shopping; lengthen a brief attention span; engage your creativity when you need it most; step back from an unhealthy obsession with work

The result: better relationships, more satisfaction in your career, and greater peace of mind every day. The secret? Taming the Molecule of More.

Trained as a physicist, Michael E. Long is an award-winning speechwriter, screenwriter, and playwright. As a playwright, more than 20 of his shows have been produced, most on New York stages. As a screenwriter, his honors include finalist for the grand prize in screenwriting at the Slamdance Film Festival. As a speechwriter, Mr. Long has written for members of Congress, U.S. cabinet secretaries, governors, diplomats, business executives, and presidential candidates. A popular speaker and educator, Mr. Long has addressed audiences around the world, including in a keynote at Oxford University. He teaches writing at Georgetown University, where he is a former director of writing. Mr. Long pursued undergraduate studies at Murray State University and graduate studies at Vanderbilt University.


A breakup can feel like the end of the world—but what if it could also serve as the start of a better you?

The Essential Guide to Healing, Growing, and Thriving After a Toxic Relationship
by Ginger Dean
Flatiron, July 2024
(via Writers House)

This radical question is at the heart of celebrated psychotherapist Ginger Dean’s teachings. Dean, who specializes in helping women overcome heartbreak, knows all too well that often in our search for love and acceptance, we can find ourselves repeating dysfunctional patterns with new partners. In her essential debut, LOVING ME AFTER WE, Dean argues that not only is it possible to break this cycle, but that doing so will set you on a crucial path to healing and self discovery.

Through personal anecdotes, practical guidance, and a little bit of tough love, Ginger brings her wisdom and empathy to any reader who is ready to join the revolution of women healing their hearts so they can start the best love affair they’ve ever known—with themselves. And, of course, loving ourselves first is the key to finding healthy, fulfilling, and passionate love in our future partnerships.

For anyone looking to heal their heart, rediscover themselves, and find renewed peace and passion in their life, LOVING ME AFTER WE is here to help.

Ginger Dean is a psychotherapist and founder of Loving Me After We. Her specialty is helping women overcome heartbreak, increase self-love and confidence after a toxic relationship so they can become the best version of themselves.