The Emotionally Exhausted Woman: Why You're Feeling Depleted and How to Get What You Need

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Price
$18.95  $17.62
Publisher
New Harbinger Publications
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Pages
168
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.3 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781648480157

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About the Author

Nancy Colier is a psychotherapist, author, interfaith minister, and public speaker. A longtime student of Eastern spirituality, she is a thought leader on mindfulness, well-being, and digital life. Featured on Good Morning America, in The New York Times, USA Today, and other media, Colier is also a regular blogger for Psychology Today and HuffPost. She is author of Can't Stop Thinking, The Power of Off, Inviting a Monkey to Tea, and Getting Out of Your Own Way.

Reviews

"The Emotionally Exhausted Woman is an invitation for women to reimagine the inner work of self-care as a path of sacred presence. Full of wisdom and inspiration, we are reminded of the creativity, vitality, intelligence, and compassion that are always here/now, expressing the essence of who we are."
--Tara Brach, author of Trusting the Gold and Radical Acceptance--Tara Brach
"Don't be fooled by the size of this slim book. In just 147 mighty pages, Nancy Colier uses her insights as a psychotherapist to shake the comfortable box you live in and expose the roots of your depletion. She teaches you how to finally hang up your 'Good Girl' shoes, proudly own your needs, and mine your inner self for the restorative process you need."
--Lesley Jane Seymour, founder of www.coveyclub.com and the Reinvent Yourself with Lesley Jane Seymour podcast, and former editor in chief of Marie Claire and More magazines--Lesley Jane Seymour
"'Who is taking care of you?' is the first line in The Emotionally Exhausted Woman, and with that Nancy Colier takes us on a journey of self-discovery. Once we look inside and feel our feelings, and most of all speak up for ourselves, we can find our true and honest life. A book to savor!"
--Sharon Salzberg, author of Lovingkindness and Real Happiness--Sharon Salzberg,
"There isn't a woman alive who can't relate to this, nodding in agreement and desirous of a better way. Therapist and spiritual teacher Nancy Colier's latest book, The Emotionally Exhausted Woman, is like salve for the soul of the overly exhausted, overly worked, overly stressed modern woman caught in the spin cycle of busyness and bypassing. Beyond bubble baths and green juices, she imparts sage wisdom, insights, and tactical strategies that can be implemented so one can go from depleted to vital and empowered--body, mind, and spirit. It is an invitation to exhale and connect to our best selves in a healing and impactful way. Take her hand."
--Kristen Noel, editor in chief of Best Self Magazine--Kristen Noel
"This book will change how you live! If you're exhausted from taking care of everyone else's needs; depleted from feeling like you always having to be likable; if you've lost touch with what you really want and need. With compassion, insight, and humor, Nancy Colier empowers us to stand in our own shoes, take care of ourselves from the inside out, and live an authentic and truthful life."
--Agapi Stassinopoulos, author of Speaking with Spirit--Agapi Stassinopoulos
"Truly inspirational. Colier invites us to be fully present, to nurture our deepest selves, and to replace being liked with being truthful as the highest form of self-care."
--Daniela Ligiero, PhD, CEO of Together for Girls, and cofounder of the Brave Movement--Daniela Ligiero, PhD
"Nancy Colier spoke to all of us women, who were not given the tools and yet given a message that unless we are exhausted beyond repair, we are not doing enough. This book is a game changer for me and for generations to come. A reminder that we are inherently worthy of rest, love, and self-care. A reminder that I am not my productivity."
--Tabitha Mpamira, founder of Mutera Global Healing--Tabitha Mpamira