Self-help is a $20 billion industry between books, apps and products. But is it causing more problems than it solves, so asks the Jan. 15 issue of the New Yorker.
A question is why do we need to spend so much time, money and energy fixing ourselves to a point of constant discontent and sense of failure.
Maybe I'll write a book called, Weaning Yourself off Self-Help.
Subtitle, The Last Self-Help Book You'll Ever Need."