A Proven Program of Cognitive Techniques for Assessing, Improving, and Maintaining Your Self-Esteem
By Matthew McKay PhD and Patrick Fanning
It’s easy to feel good about yourself when life is going well. A promotion at work or a new relationship can do wonders for your self-image. But what happens when things don’t go so well? The problem with basing self-worth on life circumstances is that circumstances can change. The good news is that lasting self-esteem has less to do with what’s going on in your life, and more to do with how you interpret it.
This fully revised and updated fourth edition of Self-Esteem will help you improve feelings of self-worth by changing the way you think about your life. You’ll learn how to differentiate between healthy and unhealthy self-esteem, gain distance from judgmental and self-defeating thoughts, and create a more positive view of yourself—and your life! This new edition also includes material on values to help you let go of negativity and act in accordance with what matters to you most. If you struggle with low self-esteem, this book has everything you need to create positive change and thrive.
Page Count: 368
ISBN: 9781635618785 (Hardcover)