A Complete Guide to Increasing Self-Worth and Never Having to Doubt Yourself Again
Have you ever watched a woman enter the room and wondered how she seems so comfortable in her skin, how her presence radiates confidence? Ever struggled with your own self-esteem or been at a loss for how to love yourself for exactly who you are?
Like there’s an inner voice always telling you, “You’re not good enough,” "You don't deserve the good stuff," "You'll never be enough," "You'll never be good enough."
You might have been feeling like everything you did in the past was wrong and shameful and that you’re broken inside.
How can you feel genuinely secure and confident in your own skin by looking at your truth?
Rise above your doubts and fears with Sarrana's 13 Steps to Optimum Self-Esteem for Women. This comprehensive book will show you how to recover your self-worth, and respect your authentic self without feeding your ego.
Whether you’re hoping to find acceptance within yourself or moderate your self-esteem for a well-rounded appreciation of the world, this book has valuable tools and knowledge for every woman who wants a healthy, balanced perspective.
In 13 Steps to Optimum Self-Esteem for Women, you will discover:
- 10 possible reasons why you have low self-esteem — finding the root will help you know where to make a change!
- How to change the way you see yourself without feeling like you’re twisting the truth
- How inflated self-esteem can harm yourself and other people
- Why you shouldn’t believe everything you think — and how to challenge ‘wrong’ thinking
- How to embrace the real you to restore self-worth without having to cling to ideals or hold on to the past
- What positive psychology is… and how you can practice it to have a healthy sense of self
- How to disarm your inner critic so you can set yourself free from negative self-talk
- The difference between self-esteem and confidence — and how the latter can affect the former
- How to level up your confidence without going overboard
- What is hindering you from reaching your full potential (hint: it has nothing to do with your ability, opportunities, or resources)
- How to move on and keep your self-worth, even when you’ve messed up
- 6 false beliefs that you need to change so you can achieve inner peace and be secure about yourself
And much more.
Even if you feel that your insecurities are deeply rooted in your childhood experiences, rest assured that you will be able to recover from these hurtful events — if you give yourself another chance to heal.
No one will be able to turn your life around except yourself. Take action now and be on your way to restoring your self-esteem!