Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Book Review: Self-Esteem and Being You

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Naik Says:
Do you worry about what other people think of you? Do you hate the way you look? Do you sometimes wonder why you have any friends? If so, you need to kick start your self esteem!

This essential TLC guide will show you how to make friends with a very special person- YOU! It will give you lots of tips on how to think positively about your friendships, your family, your body and your life.

We are always on the pursuit of something better which can sometimes be a good thing but it is also important to be clear about your intentions for doing so. For example, are you listening to a particular type of music to fit in? Because you of peer pressure? Or because you genuinely would like to explore that genre?
Our decisions often are influenced by the way we view and perceive ourselves which plays a part in how we dictate our self esteem.


Self esteem is trusting, respecting and liking yourself.

Self esteem can rise and it can also deplete. Naik goes on to explain the different ways in which ones self esteem can affect several areas of our lives from our body image, to our education, friendships and relationships. Naik kindly goes on to give practical tips about how you can implement steps to improve the way you feel about yourself.

I love the fact the book teaches that self esteem can be relearned. From an early age were taught about everything that is wrong and that needs improving but here we learn not to allow external factors measure how we see ourselves.

Self esteem can be changed, so if at one period of your life you're not feeling you're best there are practical steps you can take to improve the way you see and feel about yourself. 

Self esteem is about you. Self esteem is all about how you see yourself, how you feel about yourself and how you treat yourself .

If you know that you could use a little help with your self esteem, go ahead and purchase Self Esteem and Being You here.


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