Boundaries: Say No Without Guilt, Have Better...

Boundaries: Say No Without Guilt, Have Better Relationships, Boost Your Self-Esteem, Stop People-Pleasing

Jennie Miller and Victoria Lambert
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‘Kindly yet firmly reminds the reader about the importance of saying ‘‘no’’.’ – The Independent A four-step programme to help develop self-esteem, create time to do the things that nourish and fulfil you, discover a deep sense of calm, and achieve healthy control over your life, home and work. The need to understand where to draw the line has never been more acute, with new online trends seeping quickly into our consciousness often before we’ve had time to consider what personal boundaries they might require. Covering email etiquette, office politics, healthy parenting, dating among the over 50s, oversharing, relationships and more, there is no other book that deals effectively and practically with the embryonic and ever-evolving relationship codes of today. Discover how to set personal boundaries in the most important aspects of your life: from sleep to fitness, diet to social media and computer usage, and build the self-confidence that results from learning to care for yourself. Then you can progress to applying that knowledge to all aspects of your life including work, home and relationships. With anonymised cases from Jennie’s clinical practice, Boundaries contains exercises, motivational quotes, statistics, and clearly signposts when exactly you need to bring in the boundaries. Readers love Boundaries ‘Suggested by my therapist ... has helped me re-enforce new ideas’ ‘Everyone who seeks to improve their relationships should read’ ‘Practical guide for self-care’ ‘Kind, helpful and fun read’ ‘A must read for all busy people!’
Year:
2018
Publisher:
HarperCollins UK
Language:
english
ISBN 10:
0008240833
ISBN 13:
9780008240837
File:
EPUB, 909 KB
IPFS:
CID , CID Blake2b
english, 2018
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