How to Love Your Authentic Self
Is your reflection marred by your failures? Are you afraid that you'll be judged, compared, and found lacking?
Unrealistic Expectations Can Distort Your Self-Perception
When the sensitive parts of you aren't loved, you stop loving yourself in return.
You may think that if you're a little more confident, a little more social, and a little more successful, you'll find happiness.
Real happiness comes from within.
Transform Your Relationship with Yourself
You can love yourself without breaking the bank or putting on a show.
How to Love Yourself: A Guide to Building Your Self-Esteem When You Don't Know Where To Start breaks through the fear that keeps your authentic self under lock and key.
How to Love Yourself: A Guide to Building Your Self-Esteem When You Don't Know Where To Start teaches you how to overcome harmful patterns, replacing negative self-talk with positive emotions.
How to Love Yourself: A Guide to Building Your Self-Esteem When You Don't Know Where To Start helps you push past your differences, forgive your mistakes, and look beyond your flaws.
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This book had no substance- it was more of a "stream of consciousness". Not only was it not useful, it may be damaging because it may discourage listeners from from doing further research into this important topic.
if you are looking for a book that really works on self esteem this is not it.
I found it to have some good content. But I felt it didn't identify some more serious aspects at people with more self esteem issues face.
I would definitely listen to this book again! It helped remind me of what a wonderful person I am, and really picked up my mood.
If you're struggling with self doubt and self esteem issues, try listening to this book. I played it on my commutes home from work, and it was able to remind me of my assets and skills, and that I should be proud of who I am.
I particularly liked the inflections that Amy Barron Smolinski included in her reading. It really felt like she was bringing Greens words to life, and was really urging you to be happier with yourself.
Yes! Learning to love yourself is important, especially for the single person. You can't love someone else if you don't love yourself. This book gives you step by step help on how to learn to love yourself and build self esteem.
The helpful information on loving yourself and embracing who you are as a person and what makes you so amazingly special and happy you aren't somebody else.
I enjoy listening to audio books because you can hear the inflection in their voice and it adds to how the book flows.
Just the chapters about "trusting yourself" and "Who you are" those were key for me.
Indeed, I would listen to it since it enlightened me on the things that I need to focus on in order to appreciate myself all the more. With that, I get to love myself to the fullest.
One of the most memorable for me is the reminder to not get swayed by the misconceptions and images portrayed by the different types of media.
There was calmness in the narration. Additionally, I could sense the feelings and emotions as I listened to her.
I learned four things. First is the importance of doing the things that I love; thus, bringing about happiness. Another thing that struck me is refraining from stress by prioritizing and organizing, especially with financial obligations. Third is going about negative people or situations. Last is showing generosity not only in cash but in kind as well.
It was very enlightening!
Just understand about how to love yourself in so many different facets and what ways truly make a difference in loving yourself in a whole new fashion
Just listening about the tips and how basically to love yourself fully as a person to understand that you control everything that you can and that you can bring yourself to a better place.
Just her voice brings calmness and helps me understand the book further through her own explanations and it brings a much joy able atmosphere.
I wanted to listen to it in one full seating but i had to allow myself for breaks to fully immerse myself in the story a lot better when i went back and forth
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