Don’t Beat Yourself Up



Everybody beats themselves up—a lot. Even seemingly perfect people with seemingly perfect lives are masters at beating themselves up. And why do we do it? We do it because we want to be liked. We want to be loved. We think if we just do the right things and avoid the wrong, people will like us. When we mess up, we really give ourselves hell, not unlike our parents and teachers did when we were kids. The problem is beating ourselves up only manages to do the exact opposite of what we want. When we feel bad about ourselves, we separate ourselves from others and we waste vital energy needed for love.

In Don’t Beat Yourself Up, you will discover the reasons why you are so hard on yourself, how to become more aware when you are doing it, and, most importantly, how to get distance from constantly putting yourself and others down. Each page will help you to become aware of your own conditionings and how they limit your happiness. The book will begin the process of developing trust in your own experiences and of your value as a part of the Whole; in so doing, the book will jump-start you on a path towards a life of deep satisfaction and love. If you do nothing else, keep this book on your desk at work, in the refrigerator, or near the TV remote so that you will see it often. Just reading the title will constantly remind you to give yourself a break. This small remembering alone will help your mind relax and allow more joy to enter your being.

Author: Sharam
8.5″ x 8.5″ (21.59 x 21.59 cm)
80 pages
ISBN: 978-0983987369