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Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Arianna Fretty

    This was a good, shall I say, “entry-level” exploration into self-love and positive self talk. Some of the mantras and passages were too basic or general to truly illicit a deep dive into the foundation of one’s negative self-talk. Perhaps some recommendations to other texts that could allow for a deeper look into the concepts presented in the workbook would have made this a five-star review. Overall, I enjoyed it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chey

    A bunch or practices, examples and fun activities. Before reading, I was very self conscious of myself and I only thought about others and never but myself first. It toke a lot for me to finally think for myself and I just see myself as a Queen now

  3. 4 out of 5

    Reading_ Tamishly

    Listen if you are not at all happy today: get this workbook today if possible. You will love both the parts this workbook has. As reluctant we are to talk about taking care of ourselves, reading this book and actually working on it gave me the much needed change. It’s encouraging and full of good vibes. Go for it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Thoroughly enjoyed this workbook and really got a lot out of it. Highly recommend for anyone looking to help improve their self love.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Tomer Lewis

    Probably one of the best guided journals I've ever used! The content was well-organized, incredibly thought provoking, and written in such a way to keep me motivated to continuously work on loving and caring for myself. I hope that Megan Logan delivers more content like this in the future. Five stars! Probably one of the best guided journals I've ever used! The content was well-organized, incredibly thought provoking, and written in such a way to keep me motivated to continuously work on loving and caring for myself. I hope that Megan Logan delivers more content like this in the future. Five stars!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Madison Beardslee

    This was very helpful and I really enjoyed it. I felt like I was just repeating myself though in some parts and that it was baseline self love work. Definitely helped to bring up points that I need to work on though, just not so much of how to fix that.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Fatima Zahra

    I enjoyed the interactive experience through writing prompts that encouraged me to dig into my feelings and determine where I am in my self-love journey. Such an insightful, and introspective read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    A very basic, introductory self-help book. It contains lots of little exercises but doesn't delve deeply into the psychological connections of why we struggle with self-love. In my opinion, this would be better targeted to teenagers who are now discovering themselves A very basic, introductory self-help book. It contains lots of little exercises but doesn't delve deeply into the psychological connections of why we struggle with self-love. In my opinion, this would be better targeted to teenagers who are now discovering themselves

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Crochran

    amazing tools to use in therapy w/ clients Simple yet thought provoking exercises that foster self love. The book is interactive and may used to assist out of funks , low moods or merely increase SELF LOVE.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sonee Singh

    Provides a combination of practical exercises, assessments, activities, and mantras. Some of them were too theoretical or basic to elicit a real change in attitude. If this workbook were accompanied with a text that went more in depth, I would rate it higher.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    Sentence after sentence of clichés - I had to drop it at some point.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mia

    The goal of the author was obviously to earn money by filling up 170 pages with variations of 1 very basic premise, a lot of fillers, and a lot of fillers that are completely false and are actually negative thinking, like ”although life it tough / everything is hard / I make mistakes a lot...”. The text is self-degrading, while trying to be uplifting, by the lazy and careless wording and thoughts of the uneducated not well read and obviously unknowledgable author.... Dangerous to read without ex The goal of the author was obviously to earn money by filling up 170 pages with variations of 1 very basic premise, a lot of fillers, and a lot of fillers that are completely false and are actually negative thinking, like ”although life it tough / everything is hard / I make mistakes a lot...”. The text is self-degrading, while trying to be uplifting, by the lazy and careless wording and thoughts of the uneducated not well read and obviously unknowledgable author.... Dangerous to read without examining the truth and usefulness of every sentence, also repetitive, basic, oh, just lazy low quality writing....

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Some of the activities didn't really apply to me, but most did. As with any self-help book, find the parts that make sense for you and try them out. Either it works or it doesn't. Nothing in this book is going to do anything to drastically RUIN your life, at least. I started this back in July and finally completed the last chapter this weekend (I did the rest within a week). I don't recommend waiting that long to do the last chapter, as it recaps everything covered previously and after a solid fo Some of the activities didn't really apply to me, but most did. As with any self-help book, find the parts that make sense for you and try them out. Either it works or it doesn't. Nothing in this book is going to do anything to drastically RUIN your life, at least. I started this back in July and finally completed the last chapter this weekend (I did the rest within a week). I don't recommend waiting that long to do the last chapter, as it recaps everything covered previously and after a solid four months...it's all a bit hazy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Strain

    Chapter 1: The lowdown on self-love " And I would find myself again. Not the same version of me that I was looking for, but a stronger version. A wiser version. A woman who knew that she was enough, just as she was. A woman who had been tried in the fire but instead of being burned by it, came out gold. A woman who finally, after doubting and questioning and striving and hustling for her worth for years... finally came to the realization that she was and is and has always been... enough." - Mandy Chapter 1: The lowdown on self-love " And I would find myself again. Not the same version of me that I was looking for, but a stronger version. A wiser version. A woman who knew that she was enough, just as she was. A woman who had been tried in the fire but instead of being burned by it, came out gold. A woman who finally, after doubting and questioning and striving and hustling for her worth for years... finally came to the realization that she was and is and has always been... enough." - Mandy Hale.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Morgann

    “It can feel empowering to accept something that cannot change.” “It takes time and effort to learn to let go of lingering self-doubt and insecurities and accept our uncomfortable feelings and flaws. But as we allow ourselves to learn lessons in life and practice self-love, wonderful things can emerge: a reason for living, healthier relationships, and compassion for others and ourselves. Embracing ourselves enables us to embrace others and live fully.” My life has expanded entirely since I embrace “It can feel empowering to accept something that cannot change.” “It takes time and effort to learn to let go of lingering self-doubt and insecurities and accept our uncomfortable feelings and flaws. But as we allow ourselves to learn lessons in life and practice self-love, wonderful things can emerge: a reason for living, healthier relationships, and compassion for others and ourselves. Embracing ourselves enables us to embrace others and live fully.” My life has expanded entirely since I embraced self love and this is only the beginning. ❤️

  16. 5 out of 5

    the-thrill-seeking-chick

    I read this book because it’s on kindle unlimited. It’s not at all a bad book. It’s a good book which helps you to love yourself. Luckily this is the department I don’t need help in. I LOVE myself. After Covid-19, I have started paying more attention to my needs. So this book was not for me, but I would definitely recommend it to those who need help in self loving. I read it anyway. The exercises are good. Go for it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Vinson

    Great book! A lot of the quotes used in this book are eye opening. The workbook itself really makes you reflect and open your mind to ways in which you can be true to yourself while nurturing to others. Overall this is a great book to read even if you don’t have kids. (Which I don’t)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    A woman's self love journey As woman we all experience different roles that naturally tend to put ourselves in the second place, as we are caregivers, nurses, professionals and wifes. Note to self: love yourself, and read this book. A woman's self love journey As woman we all experience different roles that naturally tend to put ourselves in the second place, as we are caregivers, nurses, professionals and wifes. Note to self: love yourself, and read this book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Martha Brown Jones

    identity Great book in dealing with loving yourself but knowing your identity first. I recommend this book for those who don’t know their identity and not know what God says about you.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Trúc Anh

    I would rate the book 10 if I could :) You would find these section more than helpful: self-love, self-compassion and how to behave in relationship with others. I especially love the Self-Affirmation Words & Self-love letter.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    This has great insights, activities, and journal opportunities. I will definitely keep this handy.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dixie Meeks

    Contains a lot of exercises for showing yourself compassion and self-love.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katie Heckerd

    This is such a fun activity book! I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned along the way. 4 stars instead of 5 because there are some typos/errors in the book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rabia

    I enjoyed it. And I appreciated myself a little more. ME TIME is really needed.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Marcie Marzullo-Bertelsman

    Wanted more - guess I need a real therapist.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Almost like therapy in a bottle. Made me see things I didn't know we're missing from my life. Very inspiring. Almost like therapy in a bottle. Made me see things I didn't know we're missing from my life. Very inspiring.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Leigh Peters

    Some fun and interesting exercises but overall pretty basic

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    I've taken this book as far as I can. It surprised me as it was a tool for me to uncover different elements in my own livefc and quiet life. I've taken this book as far as I can. It surprised me as it was a tool for me to uncover different elements in my own livefc and quiet life.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ana Lara.

    not much of a help to me, also read it in 🇵🇹

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ahmonie Garrett

    Fun workbook that helped shine light on areas that need some improvement

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