The 5 Commandments of Self-Love: A Journey of Honoring and Accepting Yourself

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Tiffany a Wright Consulting, Dec 10, 2019 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages

Following up to the author's devotional book, BE Love: Daily Intentions Guiding You to Self-Love, The 5 Commandments of Self-Love explore the tenets of what readers can consider when embarking on a journey to learn the meaning and practice of self-love. The reader goes thru the 5 commandments of self-love which are to honor thyself, honor thy mind, honor thy body, honor thy spirit, and forgiveness, and is encouraged to ask the deep diving questions that allows one to understand who they are and how self-love plays a hand in their life. Filled with research, psychological theories, personal lessons, and life wisdoms, 5 Commandments of Self-Love offers readers the opportunities to become more aware and educated about various factors that impact their relationships with themselves and the world around them. Each section, guides readers to asking and reflecting on questions that lead to the bigger questions, how do you honor yourself? How is your life reflective of self-love?

About the author (2019)

Tiffany Wright is a mental health professional, author, speaker, and self-love ambassador from Inglewood, CA. She obtained a BA in Sociology and BA in Psychology from the University of California Davis and her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in New York City. Tiffany has facilitated healing, educational and professional workshops, seminars, training, and events for universities, high schools, social service agencies, and community members in the US and abroad around the topics of empowerment, wellness, trauma, and mental health. She is the founder of the empowerment platform, The BE Life, which promotes self-love and mental health awareness thru events, training and media content. She is a co-founder of the social enterprise organization called Coco Coalition Inc. She is a certified Associate Clinical Social Worker in California.

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