Breaking the Chain of Low Self-Esteem

Breaking the Chain of Low Self Esteem Marilyn Sorensen is the Founder and Director of The Self Esteem Institute in Portland Oregon She is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of six books As a self published author her first editi

  • Title: Breaking the Chain of Low Self-Esteem
  • Author: Marilyn J. Sorensen
  • ISBN: 9780966431582
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • Marilyn Sorensen is the Founder and Director of The Self Esteem Institute in Portland,Oregon She is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of six books As a self published author, her first edition of this book has sold over 50,000 copies and is now available in five languages.

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    1. 7 9 11 I found this helpful, especially considering the sort of self esteem bottom I ve come to And I don t mean that I feel worse about myself than any other time in my life It s just that it s gotten to the point now where it s inhibiting my ability to be comfortable where I now am and to get to where I wanna go grow It s become almost debilitating in some situations the further up I ve moved along my education career trajectory, feeling less and less like I am really worthy of being one of th [...]


    2. Excellent resource for self discovery I still can t believe I had been groping in the dark without knowing any of the issues involved in low self esteem I ve always considered myself as having healthy, if not high, self esteem, always believing that I deserved better than what I got.According to the book, however, I have mild low self esteem Looking back at some of my recurrent negative thought patterns and specific episodes in my relationships, I couldn t help but nod in utter agreement.This bo [...]



    3. I learned that thinking that you are worthless, unimportant, etc is something that you learn in childhood when your authority figures one of my authority figures has always been a younger sister ignore you etc I ll update this later when I have the book next to my computer I could write an essay on things I highlighted while reading the book at least a short few pages paper on the notes I took while reading it the 2nd time Right now I m working through the workbook that kinda goes with it reread [...]


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