How to like yourself: A teen's guide to quieting your inner critic and building lasting self-esteem

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For teens and young adults, How to Like Yourself helps you start at the beginning of your relationship with yourself. Everyone knows that “like” comes before “love,” so this book helps you build from the ground up, through your past, into your present, and on into your future. Entertaining and thought-provoking, this book holds the keys to understanding forgiveness, accepting who you are, and defeating your inner critic. As a member of Generation-Y herself, Cheryl speaks straight to the hearts of teens and twenty-somethings. This is the perfect place to begin understanding this complicated topic and to become the person you have always wanted to be. Learn to fight back against your inner bully and be your true self with confidence. Find your true self, and unlock the mystery of the most important relationship you will ever have – the one with yourself!
Publication Year: 
2016

Bradshaw, Cheryl M.

Cheryl is a registered psychotherapist and works as a counsellor/therapist in Counselling Services at the University of Guelph, and previously at Sheridan College. She also has a private practice in Waterdown, ON, and is an author and blog writer. Her blog can be accessed at www.cherylmbradshaw.com.