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How to Feel More Beautiful Inside - How I learned to love myself a little more one step at a time - cover

How to Feel More Beautiful Inside - How I learned to love myself a little more one step at a time

Luke Pemberton

Publisher: Luke Pemberton

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Summary

Ever felt frustrated and in despair about an inability to love yourself and feel comfortable in your own skin, but had no idea where to look?

Well look no further. This book, written by someone who spent years grappling with cripplingly low self-esteem, explains in a series of over 200 hand drawn illustrations how he finally managed to master this seemingly simple notion. It charts his path coming to terms with his trauma in childhood, understanding how these early experiences affected his adult life, and how reframing them generated the self-respect and wisdom that allowed him to feel more beautiful inside.

Give yourself an emotional makeover with this descriptive, insightful and courageous account of how a man in despair achieved that seemingly elusive goal - of loving oneself.

How to Feel More Beautiful Inside is a follow-up to the author's first two titles, How to Find the Way Out when in despair, and How to Sort your Head Out.

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