There Is Nothing Wrong With You
[regardless of What You Were Taught to Believe]Book - 2001
Independent Publishing Group
This book reveals the origin of self-hate, how self-hate works, how to identify it, and how to go beyond it. It provides examples of some of the forms self-hate takes, including taking blame but not credit, holding grudges, and trying to be perfect, and explores the many facets of self-hate, including its role in addiction, the battering cycle, and the illusion of control. After addressing these factors, it illustrates how a meditation practice can be developed and practiced in efforts to free oneself from self-hating beliefs.
This book reveals the origin of self-hate, how self-hate works, how to identify it, and how to go beyond it.
Publisher: Murphys, CA : Keep It Simple Books, 2001
Edition: Rev. ed
Characteristics: 239 p. : ill. ; 22 cm