Funny Fake Titles of Self-Help Books Created By Psychotherapist Who Got Inspiration from His Patients

There is a definite market for self-help books in the US. There is a $9.9 billion market for these types of reading materials, according to a recent study. However, many therapists do not ascribe to them and think it has no use in their practice.

Fortunately, Johan Deckmann has something better to offer. He is a psychotherapist by day and analyzes the behavior of his patients. By night he creates fake books that are hilariously titled that came from his daily patient interactions.

“My work is a portrait of human failure and self-sabotage,” said Johan. “But my underlying motive is to mirror my audience and motivate change.”
We all join in our hope that his patients are alright.

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Success comes in different places.

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Keeping oneself busy can sometimes help.

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They look the same but taste different.

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Including Van Gogh is a prime example.

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Some people will never learn.

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Feeling safe behind a wall.

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Control yourself, will you?

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Silence is the key to a well-adjusted life.

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Wanting and getting are two different words.

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Every year is the same.

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Hate poems can still sound good.

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Like a shooting star.

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Disappointment is a learned process.

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A fake smile is okay, sometimes.

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Being intentionally far from people.

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Do the changing yourself, for once.

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Some idiots are harmless.

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