How Do I Love Me?
Helen Johnson's How Do I Love Me? has helped many thousands of people of all ages and walks of life to acquire and keep a high level of self-esteem. Now in the third edition, Ms. Johnson's book has been updated and fine-tuned to bring new hope to many more in the years to come. In both the individual counseling I do and in the classes I teach, I find that a simple, specific, step-by-step method is needed to find self-esteem. People want explicit directions on how to acquire and keep a positive image of themselves. It did no good for me to assure them that they were okay or have their classmates give them positive feedback. When people feel inadequate, they are not open to verbal strokes from the outside. They need to feel the warmth of positive thoughts from the inside; they need to speak to themselves in an approving manner. They want a system which they can put into action. Over the years, I have developed such a method which has proved to be successful when implemented by hundreds of counselees and students. This step-by-step system has also been presented at the many workshops I have conducted on self-esteem. I have received comments and letters from those in attendance saying that they have applied these techniques to their lives, and it has made a remarkable difference. They have asked me to record these systematic procedures in book form. This book is in response to their requests." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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