Whole Heart for Young Women

Whole Heart for Young Women : Feeling Good about Yourself

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Good self-esteem is a struggle for many young women whom I have known in my practice and in life. We are hard on ourselves, expect so much and sadly never give ourselves credit. Bad feelings about yourself begin early and create a void inside which we then try to fill with activity, relationships and achievements. Nothing is ever good enough because we never really get to the root of the problem and the lack of self love. We become not good enough. This book is a poignant reminder of how we forget our value and how to find it again. - Dr. Amy L. Stark
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.03mm | 99.79g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507549741
  • 9781507549742

About Amy L Stark Ph D

Dr. Amy Stark, Ph.D. is a highly respected clinical psychologist in the state of California. She received her doctorate in 1981 from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, and her background in education is in child psychology. Dr. Stark is best known for her work with high-conflict divorce situations. Due to the fact that Dr. Stark's training is in child psychology, she brings that expertise in her work with children of high-conflict divorce. One of the unique techniques that Dr. Stark brings into play while working with children is the presence of her two therapy dogs, Gregory and Rita. Along the years, many kids and teenagers have attested to how their therapy sessions with Dr. Stark were facilitated simply by the fact that Jimmy and Rita were present there! Now that Gregory is the new therapy dog, they'll feel the same way about him. In addition, Dr. Stark is also a management consultant. Her first book, "Because I said So," was published in 1992. It is designed to help readers improve their job performance by recognizing how their childhood dynamics (e.g. parents' attitudes toward employment, money, anger and discipline) influence their office politics. For more information: www.dramystark.com
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