Honoring the Self: The Pyschology of Confidence and Respect (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Apr 6, 2011 - Self-Help - 288 pages
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"Tell me how a person judges his or her self-esteem," says pioneering psychologist Nathaniel Branden, "and I will tell you how that person operates at work, in love, in sex, in parenting, in every important aspect of existence--and how high he or she is likely to rise.  The reputation you have with yourself--your self-esteem--is the single most important factor for a fulfilling life."

How to grow in self-confidence and self-respect.

How to nurture self-esteem in children.

How to break free of guilt and fear of others' disapproval.

How to honor the self--the ethics of rational self-interest.

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Review: Honoring the Self: Self-Esteem and Personal Tranformation

User Review  - Mckinley - Goodreads

Big proponent of cultivating self esteem. It;s not all about the self. In the USA we already place great value on the individual and feeling goof about ourselves. I think it goes to far and isn't balanced with care for others. Read full review

Review: Honoring the Self: Self-Esteem and Personal Tranformation

User Review  - Iska Purwanda - Goodreads

the book was really good at first 100 pages, and then it was really hard to finish it Read full review


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Nathaniel Branden, Ph.D. has done more than anyone to awaken America's consciousness to the importance of self-esteem. He has written many books on self-esteem including the bestsellers The Psychology of Self-Esteem, Honoring The Self, and How To Raise Your Self-Esteem. Dr. Branden is in private practice in Los Angeles where he offers self-esteem seminars and works as a consultant to businesses and other organizations.

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