What would change if you stopped being hard on yourself? If you felt worthy of love, and confident within yourself?
I fully believe in the power of holistic mental healthcare. You can achieve phenomenal outcomes to your mental wellbeing by improving the health of your body and brain. But low self-worth and confidence can really get in the way of getting better.
To improve your wellbeing, you really need to feel that you deserve to be happy and well. You need to reconnect to the person who knows her strengths, her worthiness and the value she has to offer in this world.
And whilst harsh self-criticism and low confidence are very common, that shouldn’t make it okay. You deserve better.
This workbook has 47 pages filled with inspiration, encouragement and advice, and a wide range of journal exercises to help you grow your self-worth and confidence.
You will also find lots of links to other resources including TED talks, podcast episodes, guided meditations, article, books and more.
Your mental health will become so much better when you believe in your own worth and become your own best friend.
“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do.” – Brene Brown
"Reading this book is like talking with a wise and loving friend"
Reading this book is like talking with a wise and loving friend who wants to help you to feel your best self. It’s instructional without being preachy and is both reassuring and motivating. I highly recommend taking time to write answers to the exercises as well as highlighting the bits that resonate, as you read.
- The important intro questions
- Signs your self-confidence and self-worth may be low
- Defining self-confidence and self-worth plus common misconceptions
- Reasons why your self-worth and confidence might be low
- How low confidence and self-worth have been limiting your potential
- The benefits of improving your self-worth and confidence
- Identifying your values
- Identifying your strengths
- Dealing with difficult thoughts and beliefs
- Practising self-compassion
- Developing a growth mindset
- Nurturing body acceptance
- Final words
Part 3 contains an extensive list of a whole range of inspiring podcast episodes, books, TED Talks, videos, online meditations and articles. A great way to supplement your own discoveries from parts 2 and 3.
I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to improve their self-worth!"
This workbook is positively thought provoking and will really aid you to explore your emotions and feelings towards your self-worth. I thoroughly enjoyed the way it has been set out – I was able to note down and really reflect on what I had read/learnt in each section.
This workbook is for anyone – you may not think that you have low self-worth but you can always improve on what you have currently. I would highly recommend this workbook to friends, family and anyone who is wanting to improve and focus on their self-worth!
The self-worth and confidence workbook is for you if:
“A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms.”
Purchase the workbook now and then print it right away.
I am genuinely excited for you and your journey – this world needs more women who are strong, who believe in themselves and who live a full and rich life.
“Don’t worry about failure. Worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Sherman Finesilver