The book that I'm currently reading is called The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin. What a great book so far! I don't normally read what I would call "self-help" books, but the author had such a great idea when she decided to do this project.... She considers herself to be very happy and fortunate in life - great family, etc... But, she says, she's still not sure she's entirely happy. So, this goes month-by-month, focusing on different aspects of life and figuring out how she can be both good to herself, and good to others (like, for instance, her husband). I sometimes glance over some paragraphs because I figure "I'll never do that," but otherwise, she has some really great ideas and I've taken a ton of notes (my particular e-reader has that option). Loving it so far!
Gretchen Rubin's description of the book reads: "One rainy afternoon, while riding a city bus, Gretchen Rubin asked herself, “What do I want from life, anyway?” She answered, “I want to be happy”—yet she spent no time thinking about her happiness. In a flash, she decided to dedicate a year to a happiness project. The result? One of the most thoughtful and engaging works on happiness to have emerged from the recent explosion of interest in the subject.