Theresa Francis-Cheung

Self-esteem: The Lazy Person’s Guide!

Change how you think and feel about yourself — and change your life.
You’ve had a glance at the vast array of self-esteem books on the shelves and been thoroughly daunted. It all seems so complicated. You don’t have time to wade through pages and pages of technical jargon, therapeutic approaches, discussions, case studies or quizzes. You don’t want to have to take up yoga or tai chi, let alone swim with dolphins or nurture your inner child. You just want to feel better about yourself — and fast!
Enter The Lazy Person’s Guide! In no time at all this little guide will help you understand and improve the way you think and feel about yourself. It will give you all the essential information and advice you need and will help you change your life for the better, right now.
The Lazy Person's Guide! is a series of popular, cheerful yet thoroughly grounded, practical and authoritative books on various health issues and conditions. Other titles in the series include Beating Overeating, Detox, Exercise, Improving Your Memory, Midlife, Quitting Smoking and Stress.
Self-esteem: The Lazy Person’s Guide!: Table of ContentsPART ONE: Self-Esteem
Self-esteemDo you have it?Why haven’t you got it?How can you get it?
PART TWO: Eight Secrets to Better Self-Esteem
Get to know yourselfDon’t believe it because you think itManage your emotionsImprove your communication skillsMake decisionsTake care of yourselfManage stressEnjoy yourself
PART THREE: Extra Help
Extra help, if you need itConfidence-boosting tipsAfterword
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Gill Books



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    Siyanacompartió una citael mes pasado
    Difficult emotions signal the need for some kind of change in our lives. They require us to act, to change the situation or mind-set that is causing distress, to move on with our lives. Negative emotions are not bad emotions; they are necessary for us to grow and develop.
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    When emotions are not felt, they cause even greater stress because you are not allowing yourself to feel what is true for you. Emotions are messages that come from your inner wisdom.
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    It’s hard work adjusting yourself constantly to the demands of other people and events. Life gets easier when you start taking care of yourself and start doing the things you want to do. It’s a lot more fun, too!

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