Self-Esteem

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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.

Discover:
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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Review: Self-Esteem: A proven program of cognitive techniques for assessing, improving and maintaining your self-esteem

User Review  - Amy Antcliffe - Goodreads

Terrific text for training clinicians as well as a valuable self-help resource. No jargon, creatively written and applicable for diverse cultural groups. Read full review

Review: Self-Esteem: A proven program of cognitive techniques for assessing, improving and maintaining your self-esteem

User Review  - Goodreads

Terrific text for training clinicians as well as a valuable self-help resource. No jargon, creatively written and applicable for diverse cultural groups. Read full review

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