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Parables for a Wounded Heart : Overcoming the Wounds to Your Self-Esteem and Transforming Your Perception of You
by Terry L. Ledford




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Do you tend to be self-critical or negative about yourself? Did you experience painful childhood events that wounded your self-esteem? When children experience criticism, rejection, trauma or abuse, they usually perceive that they are to blame. Such painful events can alter their identity, not who they are, but who they believe that they are. A self-esteem wound, or wound of the heart, is formed. A self-esteem wound is a hurt or a series of hurts that affects your core being, sense of self or self-concept. "Parables for a Wounded Heart" is a breakthrough guide to help you heal your self-esteem wounds by combining the proven principles of Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy with the emotional power of therapeutic stories. This program will touch your heart and bring new insights, allowing a deep and lasting healing for your self-esteem. The therapeutic stories, case discussions and exercises guide you in improving self-esteem and transforming your perception of you. Dr. Ledford guides you through this process with great insight and compassion allowing you to see your past negative experiences and yourself in a very different way. You will learn to see yourself more compassionately and see your past hurtful experiences, including abuse, more accurately. The result will be a healing of self-esteem wounds and a more positive and joyful life. Once you recognize that your self-esteem wounds were learned from past hurtful experiences, and that you didn't deserve those experiences, you will begin to perceive yourself differently. The process of improving self-esteem and healing self-esteem wounds is gradual and requires determination, but can be accomplished. You can feel better about yourself Why not begin today

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Overview

Do you tend to be self-critical or negative about yourself? Did you experience painful childhood events that wounded your self-esteem? When children experience criticism, rejection, trauma or abuse, they usually perceive that they are to blame. Such painful events can alter their identity, not who they are, but who they believe that they are. A self-esteem wound, or wound of the heart, is formed. A self-esteem wound is a hurt or a series of hurts that affects your core being, sense of self or self-concept. "Parables for a Wounded Heart" is a breakthrough guide to help you heal your self-esteem wounds by combining the proven principles of Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy with the emotional power of therapeutic stories. This program will touch your heart and bring new insights, allowing a deep and lasting healing for your self-esteem. The therapeutic stories, case discussions and exercises guide you in improving self-esteem and transforming your perception of you. Dr. Ledford guides you through this process with great insight and compassion allowing you to see your past negative experiences and yourself in a very different way. You will learn to see yourself more compassionately and see your past hurtful experiences, including abuse, more accurately. The result will be a healing of self-esteem wounds and a more positive and joyful life. Once you recognize that your self-esteem wounds were learned from past hurtful experiences, and that you didn't deserve those experiences, you will begin to perceive yourself differently. The process of improving self-esteem and healing self-esteem wounds is gradual and requires determination, but can be accomplished. You can feel better about yourself Why not begin today


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  • ISBN-13: 9780615669212
  • ISBN-10: 0615669212
  • Publisher: Serenitime Media
  • Publish Date: November 2012
  • Page Count: 230
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.48 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.69 pounds


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