Emotional Self Care for Black Women: Don't Let Your Inner Critic Hold You Back - A Transformative Mental Health Workbook to Boost Self-Esteem, Enhance

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Marsha E. Felix
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.27 inches | 0.33 pounds

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This book is a must read for any black woman struggling with self love. You can't help but feel beautiful.

Not only does this book offer ways to go through your emotions but it also lets you know how to handle toxic people as well as keep peace around you during your healing journey.

This book is a blessing that every black woman needs, it's time to heal and remember the person you are, and that book can help you do just that. Great read!

I was left feeling positive about who I am but I now have practical ways to improve upon my areas that may need a little work. Thank you, this was a much needed read.

This book is highly recommended for anyone who wants to prioritize their emotions and achieve self-love, self-esteem, and self-control.

This book was super enjoyable and really motivating for me. All of the advice given is super valuable and I feel like it doesn't pertain to only black women, but for anyone who needs a little push to focus on their mental health.

It's a great book that really focuses on specific things that most people don't talk about that can add up and really make a difference in your life.

This is the type of book we need right now! It motivates, empowers, and speaks directly to the reader.

Chapter after chapter I began to appreciate myself more and more knowing that it is ok to tend to your emotional needs and focus on your emotional health.

This is a guide to overcoming many obstacles that were your own creation or created by someone else.

This book is meant to help Black Women find ways to self-care mentally and physically, as well as give great advice on how to go about certain situations and be kind to yourself.

This book not only breaks down ways to care for yourself, but to forgive those who have hurt you, not for them but for yourself.