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There is a silent epidemic spreading like wildfire among women - and no one seems to be talking about it. It's in our boardrooms, classrooms, and living rooms on every continent, and it's creating depression, stress, and isolation. Who is this culprit?

Meet your Inner Mean Girl, the judgmental, critical, and belittling inner bully that almost every woman hears running through her mind on a daily basis. The Inner Mean Girl creates undue anxiety, cajoles you into making bad choices, and then berates you when they don't work out. But there is a cure.

Reform Your Inner Mean Girl introduces the universal seven-step program that helps women transform their relationships with themselves from self-sabotage to self-love. With a mix of play, humor, creativity, and self-inquiry, Reform Your Inner Mean Girl transforms a woman's self-bullying thoughts, emotions, actions, and feelings and helps her get in touch with a much more powerful voice - her Inner Wisdom. After graduating, women can finally make choices that create more happiness, peace, love, and success.

©2015 Amy Ahlers and Christine Arylo (P)2015 Tantor

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"The kind, positive, playful guidance will gently walk you from self-torment to self-confidence." (Martha Beck, New York Times best-selling author)

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I can only imagine the community that has sprung up around this "movement."
Aside from the adolescent sounding recording, the content, at its best (which is a low bar to start with), is either common sense or available by having a cup of tea with a good friend. Are there really women in the world who are so bereft of good mirrors that they pay money to be told these bromides? Dont waste your money - wish I hadnt wasted mine.

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