Building Self-Esteem: A Practical Guide to Growing in Confidence
Sue Atkinson has for many years battled with depression and the lack of self esteem that is at its heart. Poor self esteem affects many people in many ways, contributing to failed relationships and lack of fulfilment as well as...
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Sue Atkinson has for many years battled with depression and the lack of self esteem that is at its heart. Poor self esteem affects many people in many ways, contributing to failed relationships and lack of fulfilment as well as depression and other personal problems.
In this thoroughly practical and heartwarming book, Sue shares her own experience of battling with low self esteem brought about by childhood abuse and work stress. Using practical exercises, encouraging the writing of a personal journal, and providing inspiring quotes and andecdotes, the author puts herself alongside the reader, acknowledging the difficulty of the task but always inspiring her or him to continue to change.
If the reader response to her previous book, Climbing Out of Depression, is anything to go by, this new contribution will be a lifeline and an inspiration to many who struggle with issues of confidence, helping them to see their worth and live life to the full.
Sue Atkinson shares her own experiences of battling with low self esteem,rought about by childhood abuse and work stress, and provides practicalxercises, such as writing a personal journal, and quotes to acknowledge theifficulty of the task while inspiring the reader to change.
Sue Atkinson is a writer, teacher, mother and former depression-sufferer. She is the author of Building Self-Esteem, Climbing out of Depression, Breaking the Chain and Pathways Through Depression and also of several successful books on teaching mathematics at primary level. Her husband is a Church of England bishop near Norwich and has authored In Times of Need: Words of Comfort with her. They have four grown-up children.-Editorial Review.