Learning to lead when you feel like a follower: “Watership Down” by Richard Adams (2000, 480 pages).
Making marriage better: “Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversation for a Lifetime of Love” by Sue Johnson (2008, 277 pages).
What it is to be male: “The Male Brain: A Breakthrough Understanding of How Men and Boys Think” by Louann Brizendine (2010, 177 pages).
Figuring out feelings: “Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy” by David Burns (1999, 136 pages).
A marriage break up: “Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends” by Bruce Fisher and Robert Alberti (2006, 290 pages).
Ruminating: “Rituals of Surgery: Taking the World In for Repairs” by Richard Selzer (1974, 193 pages).
What Jesus meant: “The Parables of Grace” by Robert Farrar Capon (1988, 184 pages).
Learning to parent your kids: “Kids are Worth It: Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline” by Barbara Coloroso (1995, 243 pages).
People who are afraid to confront: “Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life, One Conversation at a Time” by Susan Scott (2004, 286 pages).
Of course, there are lots more. Let me know what you like.