Maximum Self-Esteem: The Handbook for Reclaiming Your Sense of Self-Worth

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Arnford House, Publishers., 1993 - Self-Help - 255 pages
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I love this book. Great Affirmations and great advice. When reading it I found myself thinking, "That's is so true" and everything said in the book is relatable to your own personal situation. I especially love the chapter about needing other people's approval. Overall good read. ... Read full review

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Preface
7
Introduction
10
Copyright

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Abingdon Press accept accept ourselves accept the blame Acorn actions Affect Our Self-Esteem AFFIRMATION AND VISUALIZATION Affirmations Alan Watts Albert Ellis Alfie Kohn Andrew Weil anyone anything appropriate response approval avoid become behave behavior believe believe we deserve Benjamin Hoff better blame blame ourselves cause cease blaming certain Chapter Chapter 11 choose Co-Dependency competition convince ourselves Copyright COUNTER-BELIEF create dards deserving of respect Dharma dislike dislike ourselves don't else emotional pain enough Epictetus Everett L everybody makes mistakes expect experience fantasy feel bad feel guilty feelings about ourselves feelings of self-worth GIGO guilt habits happen harmful high blood pressure high self-esteem Higher Consciousness ideas important improve improving our self-esteem incorrect beliefs Increasing Your Awareness inner critic instead Joseph Conrad Ken Keyes kind kind of situation Krishnamurti Learned to Feel less less than perfect Level Two solutions Lewis F Lisa Lisa's idea lives look manipulator's manipulators Mark Twain Martin Luther MasterCard matter Maximum Self-Esteem Mi ISTAKEN mind Missouri Mistaken belief mistakes Money Order monk myself negative emotions Nisargadatta Maharaj Noetic Nothing is wrong often opinion of ourselves opinions organist P.D. Ouspensky parents perfect PERFECTIONISM perfectionists person plate spinning poor self-esteem poorly of ourselves posi positive positive aspects problems Psychotherapy punish myself punish ourselves Ralph Waldo Emerson rather reality reason Reason and Emotion Reprinted by permission responsibility Russell L Salt Lake City seem Shambhala Publications sheet of paper situation Skillful Means small wonder solve someone something sometimes subconscious mind Tao of Pooh Tarthang Tulku things think poorly Thomas Paine though toward ourselves true unconditional love unhappy unpleasant unwanted habit Verbal Traps visualization worth wrong yourself

About the author (1993)

Minchinton earned a B.A. with Highest Honors and a Master of Arts degree in Music at Eastern Washington University. He continued his education with doctoral studies at Florida State University.

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