10 Best Self Help Books for Teenage Girls

Choosing the best self help books for teenage girls can be a difficult task. There are so many books out there with conflicting advice and messages, that it can be hard to know where to start or what book is best for you.

Luckily, we have compiled 10 of the best self-help books on this topic, making your decision much easier!

Here are the 10 best self-help books for teenage girls:

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

The great mystery of the universe is revealed in 2006 with The Secret, and Rhonda Byrne follows up by writing a worldwide bestseller.

For years she has been researching ancient texts to find that all-important answer – how we can live our lives more lovefully;

what life will be like when you’re not here anymore but your legacy continues on after death;

understanding this reality better through symbolism such as butterflies or cocoons so they mean something else than just “a butterfly emerged”.

The book combines ideas found across cultures throughout history into one cohesive story about living fully while being open-minded towards change which provides universal meaning for every reader.

You are a Badass by Jen Sincero

Being a strong and confident woman is the ultimate form of female empowerment.

From her Huffington Post articles to her TEDx talk, Jen Sincero has helped women find their power by embracing what makes them who they are and shining brighter than anyone else out there.

In You Are A Badass: How To Stop Doubting Your Greatness And Start Living An Awesome Life, she gives 100% practical advice on how to live life as your unapologetic self and start once and for all.

Mindset by Carol S. Dweck

Mindset is a groundbreaking new psychology book by Carol S. Dweck that can help you succeed at work and in life.

The straightforward, entertaining text dispels the long-held myth that success requires innate intelligence or self-confidence; rather, tests prove that success depends on whether your mindset is:

Fixed–the belief that one’s abilities are static traits like eye color, not developed skills like riding a bike.


Growth–the understanding of one’s skills as something to expand with effort over time.

You’ll learn how world-class violinists’ mindsets make all the difference in their performances;

be inspired by young basketball players who refuse to talk about anything but their next game because they know it will bring them closer to fulfilling.

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis is your personal wake-up call, challenging you to be wise in the choices that keep you feeling not quite enough.

With her signature candidness and humor, Rachel unpacks 12 life-changing rules about how to outsmart insecurity, stay alert in your own needy moments, make peace with uncertainty, and change what doesn’t serve you.

Women across North America are wearing their hearts on their sleeves for this book; they’ve called Girl “life-altering” “perfect” “brilliant.”

Dropping all the masks of perfectionism, fearfulness, and unrelenting self-doubt? Beginning each day looking like themselves like never before?

It’s time to find God in everything – even in our worst days, our darkest nights, and deepest mistakes.

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

We spend a lot of time worrying about things that may never happen and wasting energy on something we cannot control.

Dale Carnegie’s How to Stop Worrying and Start Living teaches readers how to make their own life better by controlling their outlook on the world.

With humor, easy-to-apply advice, and engaging trivia from famous people around the world, this book teaches you ways to avoid worry in your everyday life.

We think it will be an invaluable guide in learning how to live with less stress in your everyday life!

The Girl Code by Cara Alwill Leyba

The Girl Code is for anyone who ever had to fight the battle of being “one of the girls” rather than one of the guys.

It’s for every girl who has felt ignored, undervalued or outnumbered.

And it’s also for those girls’ moms-the ones worried about what their daughter will become when all her friends are boys and she doesn’t want anything to do with them!

The Girls Code does not promise perfect allure, flawless popularity, or guaranteed dating success but instead tells you how to cultivate something better: confidence in who you are right now.

With actionable wisdom that spans everything from learning how to speak up to dressing smartly (and stylishly!), Cara Alwill Leyba offers valuable survival skills that transcend any one social sphere, high school clique, or college campus.

The Success Principles for Teens by Suzy Wetlaufer

For every teenager wanting to succeed, this book is a must-read.

In The Success Principles for Teens: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, author and motivational speaker Suzy Wetlaufer offers teens that have the ambition to excel practical advice about goal setting, dealing with school work and social media, looking down the road at their future careers.

There are even some exercises related to developing a personal mission statement as well as creating an action plan for it.

Whether you’re just starting high school or jumping right into adulthood post-graduation from college…it’s never too early(or late)in life to think about how busy we will be in 50 years!

What Color Is Your Parachute? for Teens by Richard Nelson Bolles

It felt like Mom was checking my every move, and I couldn’t even bring myself to look for a job.

It became clear that she’s become the helicopter parent of the teen world.

Now with this updated edition of What Color is Your Parachute? for Teens from Richard Nelson Bolles, your worries are over!

This book now has chapters devoted to what it feels like to be a teenager in today’s complex and confusing society—and how you can find a happy future without losing sight of who you really are.

Drumming up solid advice from experienced teens as well as sound input from an expert panel of teenage counselors, teachers, parents, and psychologists – this new version will have young adults everywhere feeling more hopeful about their future than ever.

The Ultimate Self-Esteem Workbook for Teens by Megan MacCutcheon

The Ultimate Self-esteem Workbook for Teens is a straightforward and interactive workbook that has over sixty exercises to help teens develop healthier self-esteem, overcome bullying, and succeed in school.

Learn about common struggles with classmates or teachers, the limits of humiliation when it comes to relationships, how public shaming operates on social media influences self-esteem among other topics.

The Real Rules for Girls by Mindy Morgenstern

Mindy Morgenstern’s best-selling book The Real Rules for Girls, is a fun and frank guide that tackles the things girls care most about.

Aimed at teenage girls-young women with busy lives who are faced with tough decisions every day.

This empowering guide will help readers find their way to making smart choices when it comes to everything from friendships and dating, money management (and how not to go broke) all the way through college applications, part-time jobs, or internships in between!

Filled with real-life examples of what goes on behind closed doors between moms and daughters everywhere today.

The Real Rules For Girls provides an honest look inside modern relationships filled with candid advice like “don’t date your best friend,” “no guys who have girlfriends,” “be the best version of yourself so you can attract guys who are good for you” and many more.

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If you’ve always felt like your life is passing by without meaning, it’s time to stop feeling sorry for yourself. These 10 best self help books for teenage girls will show how reading can change everything!

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