I've read When Things Fall Apart
. It helped...somewhat. I was going through a lot of bullshittake [still going through the same 10 years later] and I was reading it at work. My on-shift manager saw it and called the cops thinking I was going to commit suicide. True story. Lo and behold, later that night a cop car pulls up in my parents' driveway wanting to take me to Circles of Care to keep me on suicide watch and to administer some tests. I didn't end up going but I will always have that memory stuck to that book.
There's another book called Embracing Fear
by Thom Rutledge that is helpful. He writes plainly and straightforward enough to where it feels like a practical read with practical advice. And this is coming from someone who is not only a therapist but someone with their own afflictions too. I recommend this book. Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0062517740/leonhardtonli-20