The audiobook is filled with personal stories of how Cheryl and others have learned to make the practice of Extreme Self-Care their new standard for living. With chapters such as "End the Legacy of Deprivation," "Take Your Hands off the Wheel," "The Absolute No List," and "Does That Anger Taste Good?" you will stop the endless cycle of self-betrayal and neglect that stems from daily violations of self-care.
Each chapter includes a relevant resource section that offers books, Websites, audio programs, podcasts, and more should you want to explore a particular topic further.
The Art of Extreme Self-Care is a sane and sensible program that gives you the permission you need to dramatically upgrade your life!
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I am a equine photographer, I love business books and self help and spiritual book, not religious but spirituality.
Cheryl is extremely good with getting to the point and telling you how it is. This book is loaded with great ways to take care of the main person in your life...YOU
It valuable and useful information and suggestions for moving forward instead of backwards in you life.
Highly recommend this.
Cheryl gives real life applicability to how challenging it can be to take care of ourselves and she shares alot of her own personal story and how she recognized the traps and worked out of them.
she is real and really talented in conveying it to a person like me.
The best part of this book is the real life guidance about how to establish and communicate boundaries.
This book has provided me several good strategies that are helping me get back on track.
Yes I am going to listen to it again, we always get more out of what we listen to the more we hear it.
some of Louse Hay's books
It is wonderful to hear her read it and hear the enthusiasim in her voice and know that she really want's us to get this.
I acknowledged things i understood for the first time, and laughed at herr sense of humor.
this is really worth listening to and is a great self help book.
Reiki Master , Masseur . Yoga lover.
Awesome book , Cheryl delevers new thoughts for a balanced life.
Having read all her previous material I still found it inspiring and fun.
Looking forward to listening more -this quality recordings.
This is uplifting and informative, as others have mentioned, but I hoped for something a little more useful for my own life. Even tho I am a female, I preferred the thoroughness of the info (and delivery) in Drop Dead Healthy by AJ Jacobs. Laughter is GREAT for your health, and he really made me laugh! That's more my style since I am more recalcitrant in my health practices.
My friend sent this to me over two months ago. I felt like I was too busy to listen to it- but one day, driving back to SD from LA- I started it. It immediately spoke to me, put things in perspective and quite frankly, I found myself turning it on whenever I had a free moment.
Like many things in life-- this audible - lesson spoke to me when I needed it most. Thank you.
-- Believer in SD
suddenly understand myself in a brand new. I proudly embrace & know better now how to protect myself as the highly sensitive person that I am. As I took some time yesterday to reflect I realized that I hate bright lights/never turned them on in my office or bedroom, I loathe mean spirited comments & tend to shy away from crowds. I hated being sensitivity & saw it as a weakness. But no more...my sensitivity is my greatest gift & it has got me to where I am today & has made me a great leader. How I see it, the benefits of my sensitivity has led me to become more deeply connected to nature, the ocean, music, art, & people. It is now translating into a keen & unique ability to be able discern people's needs. With the blink of an eye, slight shift in tone of voice, I often can tell what someone is thinking. This ability is developing overtime into a fine tuned intuitive knowing as a mother, teacher & leader. I embrace being highly sensitive- honoring myself-being aware.
The only draw back is that the book seem to target female readers---totally exempting male audience. So many men are in need of understanding self care.
"Sweet but twee"
This was a bit basic for what I was looking for - common sense really! Found the voice sweet but very twee and thus got very irritating towards the end.
After listening, I find it hard to remember any point, probably because there wasn't really any...
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