Mindfulness Workbook for Self-Love: Compassionate Exercises to Cultivate Your Happiness and Well-Being (Paperback)
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Foster self-love through mindfulness
We all deserve love and compassion. Yet, sometimes it’s easier to have grace for other people rather than ourselves. This supportive workbook teaches you the tenets of mindfulness so you can develop the tools for curbing self-judgment, cultivating self-love, and being gentler to yourself.
- Explore the foundations of mindfulness—Learn all about the seven core principles of mindfulness and how effective it can be in helping you reduce stress, improve focus, increase happiness, and so much more.
- Reflect with thoughtful prompts—Gain a clearer understanding of your relationship with self-worth, your struggles with self-criticism, and your self-love goals through insightful questions.
- Embrace engaging exercises—Start building your own mindfulness practice with a variety of exercises like going on an acceptance walk, writing your own trust mantras, and trying to learn something new.
Transform your outlook and heighten your happiness with the Mindfulness Workbook for Self-Love.
About the Author
JOEL BLACK, LCSW, earned his master’s in social work from Washington University in St. Louis. He’s worked for inpatient drug and alcohol facilities, crisis and suicide prevention hotlines, and within the Department of Corrections at state prisons. A devoted practitioner of meditation, Joel has also facilitated mindfulness workshops throughout his career. He lives in Missouri with his wife and eight children. When he’s not working, he can often be found riding his mountain bike through the woods.
“Joel Black has managed to put words to my feelings, help me see value where before I just saw a mess, and actually enjoy my own thoughts and my own company for the first time in my life. It's so much easier to breathe and think than it is to live on reaction only, and I wish I had this book when I was 15 so I would have known how wonderful it is to be myself. I know for certain that his words in this book will have the same ‘chin up, shoulders back’ effect on its readers.” — Melissa Cynova, author, Tarot reader, fear eater