Books for Therapists on Self-Esteem

Many people struggle with low self-esteem, which can entail in a number of other problems, like depression or anxiety. This section presents a couple of books that offer deep healing and understanding of your own positive attributes, including how to identify and utilize them.

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“Radical Forgiveness: A Revolutionary Five-Stage Process to Heal Relationships, Let Go of Anger and Blame, and Find Peace in Any Situation” by Colin Tipping

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We all hold grudges and have our moments of guilt, but learning how to forgive ourselves and others is an essential step to finding inner peace and cultivating a healthy emotional life. In this book, author Colin Tiping aims to teach us effective ways to exercise our forgiveness, providing a deeper reflection on our place in the world and the dangerous potential of holding on to our burdens.

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“The Gifts of Imperfection” by Brene Brown

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Living up to modern expectations is impossible; yet, we seem to always be seeking perfection when, in fact, we should be after self-acceptance and balance. This book by renowned professor Brene Brown explores that idea and teaches us that we don’t have – nor should – strive for perfection in everything we do.

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