Stop Being Mean to Yourself

Stop Being Mean to Yourself

A Story About Finding the True Meaning of Self-love

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
An updated sequel to "Codependent No More" shares the story of the author's own spiritual odyssey, explaining how she revitalized her own faith in God, the universe, and herself and sharing universal lessons on how to work from the heart

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In this contemporized follow-up to Codependent No More (more than 3.8 million copies sold since 1986) beloved inspirational writer Melody Beattie narrates the story of her hard-won discovery that you really can love your neighbor and yourself.

Renowned for her compassionate voice and deep connection to the difficulties and joys of life and love, Melody Beattie has touched many people through her long list of bestselling books. Her newest offering is in spirit a sequel to Codependent No More yet in style a departure: a finely crafted story of her own spiritual adventure through Northern Africa that "revitalized my faith in God, in the universe, and in myself."

Stop Being Mean To Yourself introduces refreshing new ideas about healthy self-esteem for people trying to overcome -- or avoid -- the pitfalls of guilt and self-doubt. Readers who have had enough of jargon, enough of programs, enough of traditional self-help books will appreciate the appeal of this spiritual adventure story and the jewels of inspiration wrapped in its folds.

This odyssey is modern, full of suspense, excitement and the light of personal discovery. In each chapter, Beattie narrates part of her travels and offers solid, universal lessons that will apply to every reader -- lessons about trusting our instincts, setting boundaries, loving ourselves and working with our power. It is a message about a way of living based not on prescriptions but on working from the heart.



Blackwell North Amer
Stop Being Mean to Yourself takes us to Northern Africa on a modern-day odyssey: one as full of suspense and excitement as it is of hope and encouragement. In each place, and in each chapter, Beattie is our compassionare guide, discovering and sharing the universal lessons that the people and places revealed to her. In teeming Casablanca, in war-torn Algeria, in the deep caverns of Egypt's great pyramids, Beattie uncovers simple yet vital lessons for living in today's world: lessons about letting go of fear and trusting our own instincts, about setting boundaries and working with our own special power. A blend of travel adventure and guide to spiritual discovery, full of new ideas for overcoming the pitfalls of guilt and self-doubt, her story beautifully illustrates how you really can love your neighbor and yourself.

Baker
& Taylor

An updated sequel to Codependent No More shares the story of the author's own spiritual odyssey, explaining how she revitalized her own faith in God, the universe, and herself and sharing universal lessons on how to work from the heart. $75,000 ad/promo.

Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : HarperSanFrancisco, 1997.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780062511195
006251119X
9780062511201
0062511203
Branch Call Number: 158.1 BEA
Characteristics: xviii, 229 p. ; 20 cm.

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