Self-esteem: The Lazy Person’s Guide!, Theresa Francis-Cheung
Theresa Francis-Cheung

Self-esteem: The Lazy Person’s Guide!

Change how you think and feel about yourself – and change your life.
You’ve had a glance at the vast array of self-esteem books on the shelves and been thoroughly daunted. It all seems so complicated. You don’t have time to wade through pages and pages of technical jargon, therapeutic approaches, discussions, case studies or quizzes. You don’t want to have to take up yoga or tai chi, let alone swim with dolphins or nurture your inner child. You just want to feel better about yourself – and fast!
Enter The Lazy Person’s Guide! In no time at all this little guide will help you understand and improve the way you think and feel about yourself. It will give you all the essential information and advice you need and will help you change your life for the better, right now.
The Lazy Person's Guide! is a series of popular, cheerful yet thoroughly grounded, practical and authoritative books on various health issues and conditions. Other titles in the series include Beating Overeating, Detox, Exercise, Improving Your Memory, Midlife, Quitting Smoking and Stress.
Self-esteem: The Lazy Person’s Guide!: Table of ContentsPART ONE: Self-Esteem
Self-esteemDo you have it?Why haven’t you got it?How can you get it?
PART TWO: Eight Secrets to Better Self-Esteem
Get to know yourselfDon’t believe it because you think itManage your emotionsImprove your communication skillsMake decisionsTake care of yourselfManage stressEnjoy yourself
PART THREE: Extra Help
Extra help, if you need itConfidence-boosting tipsAfterword
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b8572185164hat Zitat gemachtvor 4 Tagen
When self-esteem is low, ‘life is doubt’.
You doubt yourself and those around you. You lack confidence. Instead of taking action, you worry. You are uncertain about what your needs and wants are. You see problems as obstacles. You blame yourself for your failures and don’t take credit for your successes. You don’t believe there is anything you can do to change. You rarely feel happy. When you wake up in the morning it’s just another day you have to get through.
Dajana hat Zitat gemachtvor 3 Monaten
Improving your self-esteem isn’t about becoming selfish, loud, competitive and arrogant. It’s about taking care of yourself so that you have the strength and energy to help and give to others when appropriate. It’s about being open-minded, assertive and confident in your abilities.
It’s about being yourself, and knowing that within you lies the power to create all that you want in life.
b6271884974hat Zitat gemachtvor 10 Monaten
you can compare your life to a car, when self-esteem is low you are not in the driving seat. Other people or events are steering the wheel, while you crouch in the back wondering where they will take you next. That’s exactly what low self-esteem does to your life. You are alive, but you aren’t really living.

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