The Courage to Be Yourself: A Woman's Guide to Emotional Strength and Self-Esteem / Sue Patton Thoele

The Courage to Be Yourself A Woman s Guide to Emotional Strength and Self Esteem Sue Patton Thoele Sue Patton Thoele continues her quest to help readers enhance their self esteem and tap into their core emotional strength Geared to women who too often find themselves meeting the wants of others at
  • Title: The Courage to Be Yourself: A Woman's Guide to Emotional Strength and Self-Esteem / Sue Patton Thoele
  • Author: Sue Patton Thoele
  • ISBN: 0824297245698
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sue Patton Thoele continues her quest to help readers enhance their self esteem and tap into their core emotional strength Geared to women who too often find themselves meeting the wants of others at the expense of their own needs, the book provides necessary tools to help readers transform their fears into the courage to express their own authentic selves By sharing herSue Patton Thoele continues her quest to help readers enhance their self esteem and tap into their core emotional strength Geared to women who too often find themselves meeting the wants of others at the expense of their own needs, the book provides necessary tools to help readers transform their fears into the courage to express their own authentic selves By sharing her own journey and the journey of other women, Thoele helps readers learn to set boundaries, change self defeating behavior patterns, communicate effectively, and become a loving and tolerant friend to themselves This tenth anniversary edition contains 30 percent new material, including a new introduction.
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    1. Sue Patton Thoele Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Courage to Be Yourself: A Woman's Guide to Emotional Strength and Self-Esteem / Sue Patton Thoele book, this is one of the most wanted Sue Patton Thoele author readers around the world.

    2. I read this book because it was only 1 on an Kindle book sale A 1 star review, than anything else, made me want to read it in that review, the person was highly offended at the author s reverence for Divine Femininity Anyway, I thought the book was really enjoyable to read and easy to understand, very gentle I would recommend it to a lot of people.My only real beef with it is that it is so directed at women It is well worth noting that women have been relegated to second class citizenry through [...]

    3. This book was recommended to me and I was so very grateful That I desired to read it again Wonderful guide and reminder

    4. The section about women being b tchy killed much of my curiosity for this book, along with its common sense advice and stories I couldn t come close to relating to This book may be helpful to a woman born in the decades prior to mine, as I m sure that women born and raised in those years were prone to agree with society s covert messages that belittle women My generation and those that have come after still have to live under patriarchy but at least it seems, from my narrow experience, that wom [...]

    5. This is a great book and should be recommended reading for every woman Even if you cannot personally identify with the personality types in this book, you know someone who fits the description perfectly Sue Thoele speaks from experience and provides a well written framework to describe many of the motivations behind why we do the things we do Her writing clears away confusion and gives understanding and practical guidance.

    6. This is the worst book ever written, it is depressing and the author has way too much time on her hands to complain and spew toxic energy The entire book is full of complaints the author made about her mistakes and her friend s mistakes I didn t get very far but I can t imagine it gets much better The only thing I liked about the book was the list of Traits of the Divine Feminine which seemed out of character for this very negative author.

    7. I loved this book it was a real insight into the way women work and why we put ourselves down or take on too much She isn t as straight forward in steps on reversing these things, but gives of a vague idea and says to find counseling if necessary I also love all the quotes she puts throughout the books from famous and not so famous people A lot of them were really inspiring and fit what she was saying really well.

    8. Wow This is a good read for the mom of the teen She has some very good thoughts on how we talk to our children and how we talk to ourselves It s so easy to gloss over how bad our careless words can leave a lasting mark on someone else First chapter is a little new age my tastes, not bashing but once you get through that the rest was good.

    9. This book helped a ton too I can finally be myself and not be afraid, over come the fear and take control.

    10. This is the first book I read when I realized I was broken It is all about taking steps to love your self.

    11. Though it seems a little dated, at time appearring to be geared to the mindset of 1950s house wives, it still has some good insight that any gal can appreciate

    12. Overall this book is good I was surprised that Chapter One is full of mumbo jumbo For example, lots of talk about a divine feminine I even put the book down for a few days because I was going to stop reading the book Chapter 2 is when the book really starts to give practical advice This book is an easy read, its about 3 4 thick with clear big font I think it would even make a good gift if you know someone closely who needs it since the cover is really nice Lots of good quotes in it A gripe I hav [...]

    13. This book was previously subtitled A Woman s Guide to Growing Beyond Emotional Dependence and the only reason I decided to read it was to prove that I was NOT emotionally dependent In the process, I discovered how emotionally dependent I really was Every few pages I would exclaim out loud, That s me I do that I still find it amusing how God used my stubborn pride to humble me and heal me and start me on a journey of self discovery That was many years ago, but I will never forget it It was the fi [...]

    14. Being true to oneself and not partaking of the powerful controls some people use to power over us is a learning process coming to a realization that we are important God has blessed us with a personality, self esteem sometimes falters due to others who exert their very strong personalities Co dependency depression and poor self worth take an enormous destructive persona this book can help enable one to look and see truths, realization of one s self worth, receiving of grace and joy from God know [...]

    15. This book was good, worth the read and kept me interested There were several high points that were aha moments for me in giving me clarity on some inner or relationship struggles I was am dealing with Some of the case studies were enlightening by showing me how many of my struggles I thought were specific to me are actually very common among women due to our cultural conditioning This book is far too broadly and generally written to really drill down into any specific topic in a lot of detail, b [...]

    16. I ve got to throw in some self help every now and then to keep me going Seemed like a good time for reminders Patton Thoele is a clinician who cares about her clients and can relate in her life what is going on for them To me, this is the best kind of therapist to have This is an updated version of her original book Good reminder that we are all what we create ourselves to be Women always need help with asking and getting what they want and need without feeling guilty We are experts at blaming o [...]

    17. Very interestingEnjoyed reading this book because it really described some of my personal situations and helped me see things differently Very interesting

    18. another book that helped me tremendously in my lost depressed searching years in my late 20 s early 30 s a great book that all girls should read in college.

    19. This was all right I liked the use of the word egalitarian , but it only came occasionally The book was very clearly focused towards women folk, hence the subtitle.

    20. The book was a reminder to be who God created you to be Don t try to fit in because you were created to stand up and out Every woman should read this book It was very well written.

    21. This is one of those books I think all women should read and even many men It s a book for everyone.

    22. This book offers some thoughtful observations about emotions that I felt and didn t understand There are some useful exercises and advice included.

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