This list provides all you ever need to learn about self-esteem. Sometimes it seems as if no one can understand our issues, but I’ve found these books are sensitive and motivating in just the right ways for me.
Understanding the unique issues that face women, these books guided me through the difficulties of thinking I’m not a good enough parent. I have emerged on the other side stronger by understanding myself better. In a way, then, these books are all you ever need on self-care. Essentials indeed!
Heer Shergill was relishing a dream life when she suddenly finds herself falling into abyss. Enduring disaster in every way possible, when no mortal comes to her aid, she has no choice but to look within. She can now trust no one but listens to and follows her inner voice. She tries to fix everyone and everything that devastated her, but grasps no success. With dismay only spreading further, submerging her life, she takes a decision to heal herself to comprehend everything around her. Sated with faith, she goes on a life-changing journey to rediscover herself and stumbles by – meeting God on the way. She experiences divine and surrenders to the infinite power and discovers it was within her all along!
Heer learns to let go, breathe out and honour herself, she elects to set her soul free from the disgrace and pain caused by others. Rising from her own ashes, Heer reconstructs herself, exploring horizons of pinnacle unknown to her.
Knock me down and watch me come back stronger… there never were truer words spoken in Rona Octavia’s personal tale of triumph over adversity. A relationship breakdown creates a watershed in Rona’s life and this is turned into a personal quest to swim the English Channel. This is not just a journey across the sea but also a voyage of discovery through love, life and the human condition. This story will take the reader not only through the challenges and ups and downs of a choppy sea but also the emotional journey that we all make as human beings leading us to the inevitable conclusion that the only thing that really matters in life, is the love of other people. Knock me down and watch me come back stronger will keep you uncertain as to the outcome until the very last page has been turned; a gripping story but one that will leave you feeling warmer inside.
Rehabilitated is Valeria Tokoar’s raw account of growing up with insecurity and anxiety and with a personality that found it hard to resist temptation. Always looking for the easy way out, Valeria made one wrong decision after another until she found herself in a world of drugs, alcohol and even prostitution. In an abusive relationship, and with the threat of her son’s custody being taken away from her, she knew she had to change. But change was not easy. How did she even become a person like this? And how was she going to sober up? Would she be able to resist a world of mental oblivion that was always calling her back? Is it really possible to get one’s life on track if you’re so far gone? Rehabilitated is the story of how Valeria Tokoar managed to do just that. It’s a tale of love and loss, of family ties and of hope and faith in the face of everything.
This brilliant self-help book is designed to assist each one of us to conquer our own particular problems, and Smile… Just one smile can make a difference’ as Victoria explains. Throughout this book, a feeling of peace, hope and an uplifting momentum grows with each page and imbues the reader until its genuine calming and morale-lifting impetus is thoroughly absorbed and the healing commences. Happiness and confidence starts with a wonderful chain reaction in our individual dealings with our own problems and creating a kindness and caring for others that can travel right around the world. So read this and find your own new and wonderful dreams and achieve amazing things!
In Heaven, On Earth is a love story played out in the Afterlife and Earth life, following one lover’s death, transgressing the realms. This memoir recognises the profound grief suffered by souls when parted by death whilst offering hope, love and solace for those aggrieved. In Heaven, On Earth is part of the wave of literature channelled from the Higher Self, Disincarnate loved ones, The Divine or Source, experienced and recorded in popular memoirs and complemented by a body of research in Quantum Consciousness and Integral Life Studies. Dr Duffy does not work to validate the Afterlife; rather, she tells her story, grief-stricken at the shock she personally experiences, followed by profound exhilaration at her dead husband’s communication from the Afterlife. This raw and honest story explores the big questions, asking how human spirits may contribute to their souls’ awakening and the collective consciousness whilst on ‘earth’s learning journey’.
This book is fitting for Self Esteem because military spouses are some of the strongest women in the world and they deal with so much sacrifice and service that they need inspiration. We all do. This small but powerful inspirational book, is a tool to provide a boost of pride and self esteem for all military spouses around the globe.
“Your sweats, PJs and flip-flops are losing you money! Chances are your computer and cellphone are more current than your image. Stop making excuses and learn to look your best!”
Move past your excuses of no time and money and become your own American success story. Do you crave more confidence, respect and power? Want to earn more money? Not moving up in your career, life and relationships? Have you stopped being passionate about yourself? Do you like who you see in the mirror? Now is the time to read Dress Code and turn your life around. Find out how image connects to success. Be fresh and modern at any age! Learn how to look great and do your very own makeover!
Eve Michaels, author, motivational speaker and image expert, believes that Americans suffer from a pandemic of fashion anarchy and it’s her responsibility to help Americans have the image skills they need to know. We have forgotten how much our image affects our morale. Looking sloppy has become a nationwide epidemic! It doesn’t have to be that way. It’s a choice. We need to get out of our own way and be the most polished version of ourselves we can be. Join me in stepping it up for our country by Making Over America.
On the heels of several highly successful and influential women coming forth with the assertion that it isn’t possible for women to have it all, and that in fact, attempting to do so is detrimental to our well-being, this book presents a radically different point of view: Not only is it possible for a woman to create everything she desires in every aspect of her life, but to settle for anything less is to deprive her of the exhilaration, joy, expansion and freedom of becoming all that she is capable of being.
As a woman who has created my It and my All in literally every aspect of my life – both because of and in spite of great adversity – I am outraged by the foothold of lack and limitation that has taken root in the minds of so many American women. I believe this mindset of limitation and scarcity contributes significantly to the depression that afflicts so many women, causing them to give up pursuing their deeper dreams and to resign themselves to a life of mediocrity.
I stumbled across Shakti Gawin’s books years ago after moving to LA to be an actress. Living in the Light made such a huge impact on my life and the way I see the world. I have since read her other best selling books and still continue to pull them off the bookshelf and read them. I’ve noticed that whatever is going on in my life her words seem to put me in the right direction and give me just what I need in that moment.
I am a Mental Health Advocate and Author of âEmotions of The Mindâ serves as a guide on how to thrive despite the trauma. It will also empower readers and raise awareness about the impact of mental and emotional health issues. The transparency of my journey will inspire readers to evaluate their own mental and emotional health.
There are so many women who are feeling lost and without purpose. These women are all around us – some are mothers, young professionals or even teenagers trying to figure out who they are in the world. Women are often told how they should act, feel and think, and this has led to women lying to themselves about how they are not in control of their lives. This leads to very low confidence and self esteem. Girl, Wash Your Face completely demolishes these beliefs! Rachel’s book faces the lies head on, and provides tangible tools and wisdom to take control of your life so you can move forward with more purpose and confidence. It is a wake up call to any woman who is unsure of who she is and where she wants her life to go. I consider this book a must read for all women!
I am suggesting this book as it is ideal for anyone who wants practical steps on boosting their self esteem and confidence. It is written in a fun and understanding way with clear action steps in each chapter to increase your confidence and self esteem from the inside out. Written by award winning Confidence Coach Lisa Phillips.