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St. Martin's Press, Dec 15, 1987 - Self-Help - 373 pages
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Are you your own worst enemy?
Are youd evastated by criticism? Do you have trouble your loved ones what you really need? If you said yes, you're a victim of low self-esteem.

Learn to be your own best friend!
This easy, step-by-step program can start changing that today! You can radically improve the way you feel about yourself and discover an attractive, confident, and happier you.

simple exercises to focus on your good points
how to combat your critical inner voice
techniques to stop your" shoulds"--those damaging rules about how you "should" be
effective ways to deal with criticism

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User Review  - Manritas - Goodreads

Must read. Practical, easy to read (but tough to think about). Basically very effective, practical and compassionate therapy in a book. Will help you unravel messages you may not even realize you got as a child so that you can live more honestly and happily now. Read it! Read full review

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User Review  - Esther - Goodreads

Listened to half of this book and stopped. Found it insensitive. The book manages to insult the people who are its case studies while suggesting ways they can improve their self-esteem. It puts a ... Read full review

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