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Assertiveness

Book Review: The Assertiveness Guide for Women

Reading The Assertiveness Guide for Women will help you identify your thoughts and feelings, communicate them effectively, and get your needs met!
The Assertiveness Guide for Women by Julie de Azevedo Hanks, is an essential read for women who struggle to assert themselves. Women are especially challenged by assertiveness as they're often socialized to be compliant and "nice". But Dr. Hanks takes a deeper...
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Highly Sensitive Person

Book Review: The Highly Sensitive Person


 

People who are highly sensitive often feel different, alone, or like there’s something wrong with them. In her book The Highly Sensitive Person, Dr. Elaine Aron reassures highly sensitive people that they are in fact different, but not lacking or flawed.

Are you a highly sensitive person?


Take the quiz here or read my description here.



15-20% of the population is...
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Anxiety

Book Review: 8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise

Reading 8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise can help you get motivated, build self-esteem, and heal your mind and body.
I was recently given a copy of 8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise by Christina Hibbert. I was immediately excited to see it’s full of reflection questions, writing prompts, and action items. I’m a real self-help book junkie. I love to learn and improve myself. And...
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