We walk through life in unconscious disillusionment blind and out of sorts. We are ignorant about why we are here in this world. Not a clue of who we are and what we are meant to do. Not aware of the love and happiness we seek or the love within us we possess.
We weren’t taught how to love ourselves as much as we were taught how to love others. We were taught how to look for love outside of ourselves. Now is the time that we become more conscious of ourselves and start to take responsibility for our lives.
Today, you take the first step towards loving yourself with this personal self-love guide as your tool.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Dump It Out
Chapter 2: Who Are You?
Chapter 3: Finding Your Purpose
Chapter 4: Create Healthy Habits
Chapter 5: How Do You Want To Feel?
Chapter 6: Take Responsibility For Your Life
Chapter 7: You Are Love
Chapter 8: Be The Change You Seek
Chapter 9: Write A Love Letter
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“Siedah is one of my clients and I’m so proud of her for her amazing work on this book, and getting this message out. If you’ve ever struggled with self-doubt, wondering if you’re “good enough,” or feeling like you don’t have a purpose, you NEED to read this!
Personal truth: I have little gremlins in my head that try to convince me to hate myself. I didn’t invite them in; they’re just there. But it was while editing this book, for the first time, that I had the thought, “Wow, I really love myself.” That was an amazing moment…the gremlins were silenced (at least temporarily).” -Kate Allyson
“Siedah helps you breathe the fresh air of real-life when reading her book. By engaging your imagination, she goes beyond painting the picture of what a balanced, fulfilling life is. Siedah goes ahead to take you by the hand and guide you on a journey of self-love that will empower you to live a truly magical life of wonder from intelligent choices you’d make as you go along.”
“Your book is personally helping me. I’ve always hated myself. This idea of self-love seems weird and alien but at the same time a ray of hope for me.” -Candy