Daphne Rose Kingma

When You Think You're Not Enough

Who Better to Love You Than You?It’s time to stop feeling like we’re not enough. We’re either too fat or too thin. We're not good enough, pretty enough, popular enough, powerful enough, bold enough, brave enough, interesting enough… The solution? More self-love.
Know yourself. Bestselling author and psychotherapist, Daphne Rose Kingma, offers a four-step plan to reclaim and love ourselves. Complete with stories and examples to drown out the inner critic, When You Think You’re Not Enough sets out to remind us that we’re more than enough.
Be nice to yourself. If we’re being honest, we don’t take ourselves much into consideration. Acceptance, appreciation, respect, compassion… we reserve these virtues for others. Daphne reminds us that we need these to feel good too. It is only after we foster these in ourselves that we can apply it to a greater purpose.
Inside, she’ll encourage you to love who you are, and look at and let go of:
Self-deprecating behaviors and beliefsOld patterns and pressuresImaginary ideals and standardsIf you’re ready to start loving yourself, and enjoyed books like, I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't)More Than Enough, or You Are Enough, then you’ll love When You Think You're Not Enough.
151 printed pages
Original publication
2011

Impressions

    b4658348082shared an impression4 months ago
    👍Worth reading

    It’s very cool composition

    Mikie Jonesshared an impression4 years ago
    🔮Hidden Depths
    🎯Worthwhile

    Need to revisit often to understand self love.

    Nlm Naulakshared an impression6 years ago
    🚀Unputdownable

Quotes

    Mikie Joneshas quoted5 years ago
    Anger is the way we tell other people that they've gone too far, that they've crossed the invisible boundary they shouldn't have crossed if they want to remain in our good graces
    Ramona A. Roephas quoted5 years ago
    In order to walk this path we must first understand that self-love is not narcissism. Nor is it egotism, greed, self-righteousness, self-involvement, stubbornness, or conceit, all of which have given real self-love a bad name.
    b8044516516has quoted2 months ago
    Loving yourself is not an incidental undertaking. It's the most important job that each of us has come here to do.

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