Self-Esteem For Women

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Random House, Apr 30, 2011 - Self-Help - 176 pages
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In this original and thought-provoking guide, Lynda Field shows how to recognise and alter your negative self-beliefs. By using a mixture of visualization techniques, positive affirmations and her unique five-step Programme for Change, Lynda gives women the chance to change their lives forever.

*Learn how to throw away negative patterns from the past

*Understand how to succeed in love

*Assert yourself in the workplace

*Discover how to enjoy your personal power

*Develop your skills as a mother with high self-esteem

Self esteem for Women is essential reading for everyone who wants to transform herself for the better.


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Lynda Field is a trained counsellor, therapist and life coach, with a degree in sociology and social psychology. Her highly popular books include 60 Ways to Feel Amazing (No 3 on ST bestseller list),
Self-Esteem for Women (chosen as one of the top titles for the NHS 'Book Prescription' scheme), Just Do It Now; Weekend Life Coach and many others. They have sold more than half a million copies and been translated into more than 20 languages.

She gives trainings and workshops internationally and has written for a large number of UK magazines and newspapers including The Times, Daily Express, Grazia, Tesco Magazine, Cosmo, Prima, Woman and Home, Slimming Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Psychologies, My Weekly (current life coach), Yours (current agony aunt) and many others. Her website address is: and she lives in Cambridge, UK.

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