What are the best books on emotions and how to deal with them? In this book list you will find the best recommendations to increase your emotional intelligence. Read along…
A list of the best books on emotions and coping with them
We’ve compiled a list of the best books on emotions and coping with them. We start our recommendations with the top 10 best books about Emotions & Coping With Them of all time. This list has been updated this year, including all the recent titles.
|Best Books On Emotions & Coping With Them||Author|
|Calming the Emotional Storm||Sheri Van Dijk|
|Rising Strong||Brené Brown|
|Healing Your Emotional Self||Beverly Engel|
|The Sedona Method||Hale Dwoskin|
|Mind and Emotions||Matthew McKay|
|Mind Over Mood||Dennis Greenberger|
|Don’t Let Your Emotions Run Your Life||Scott E. Spradlin|
|The Emotionally Sensitive Person||Karyn Hall|
|Living Beyond Your Feelings||Joyce Meyer|
|Why Do I Do That?||Joseph Burgo|
The updated top 10 list: the best books about emotions
The Highly Sensitive: How to Stop Emotional Overload, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Energy
In our opinion this is one of the best books on how to protect yourself from a burnout or other emotional reactions that occur when being overloaded. Learn the basics of how to communicate your personal boundaries.
Emotional Intelligence 2.0
Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves are showing you the four key elements of emotional intelligence. Learning these skills can make you stand out in a world where EQ seems to be more and more important than IQ.
Master Your Emotions: A Practical Guide to Overcome Negativity and Better Manage Your Feelings (Personal Workbook) (Mastery Series Workbooks)
If you grew up in a place where the focus was always on the negative, then there is a big chance that’s your look at life as well. This book, however, teaches you how to change your perspective. It will automatically have a big and positive impact on the way you feel.
Dear Me: Letters to Myself, For All of My Emotions
It is not always easy to recognize and express your feelings, so why not start at an early age with practicing how to do this? This book helps 4 to 8 year olds to discover emotions and write about them. Breathing is also a part of the contents.
This book is all about honoring essential workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. The pictures tell the tale of what happened when most of us were forced to stay inside, while some still had to go to work and leave their homes.
Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal from Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved Parents
If you are looking for a way to move on in life, after having dealt with a childhood that didn’t meet your needs (selfish, unavailable, or immature parents), then we think you should definitely read this book by Lindsay C. Gibson. Understanding will make place for recovery and healing, and that’s just what you need.
The Invisible String
Love is what connects, and with this beautiful picture book that is the message it shares with everyone who might need it. It works for both children and adults who need to cope with the understanding that some things cannot be seen, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
The Color Monster: A Story About Emotions
We like this book because it teaches young children (age 4 to 8) that you can feel many things at the same time. This can be overwhelming, and labeling (with a color and meaning) them, can make feeling them less complicated and scary.
Manage My Emotions: What I Wish I’d Learned in School about Anger, Fear and Love (Manage My Emotion Series)
Want to grow emotionally or spiritually as a human being? Then our advice would be to start reading this book by Kenneth Martz. If you learn to understand where certain emotions come from, you will be able to change it and act differently. This is the perfect self-help book.
They Both Die at the End
Death is a part of life, and in this book, two people get the message that today is their last day. By using an app for everyone who arrived at their last day on earth, they meet and spend that day together. What will these two strangers’ last adventure be like?
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