Can a Self-help Book Stop You from Biting Your Nails?
There are lots and lots of self-help books on the market when it comes to overcoming obsessions and compulsions. Of course, not everything can be resolved by reading a book and magically making a change. But that doesn’t mean that some readers won’t benefit from self-help books and do-it-yourself guides.
Some Good Some Bad
The truth of the matter is, some self-help books and guides are good and some are bad. Some offer good advice but are poorly written. On the other hand, some provide nothing worthwhile about a topic at all, although they may look and sound pretty good. Clearly, when seeking out information on a subject that you need help in, you want to be cautious about the information you gather. This is especially so when it deals with health or medical related conditions.
Help for Onychopagia
One common condition that you can find a number of self-help books in addressing is the problem of “onychopagia” or chronic nail biting. This is a subject that many people worldwide tend to deal with. That is why I wrote the publication titled:
This simple little handbook could very well hold the solution to your own chronic nail biting problem. It highlights some common reasons for this condition, as well as ways to counteract the problem. The book is a quick and easy read, and well worth the insane low price. If you or someone you know has a nail biting problem, why not share this information with them?
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