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Practice deep self compassion with a wide range of strategies. Today’s the day to start loving yourself. How to Be Nice to Yourself makes it simple to start practicing self compassion with a wide variety of techniques and strategies that anyone can learn.Filled with easy-to-use advice drawn from a variety of sources—including meditation, mindfulness, and acceptance and Practice deep self compassion with a wide range of strategies. Today’s the day to start loving yourself. How to Be Nice to Yourself makes it simple to start practicing self compassion with a wide variety of techniques and strategies that anyone can learn.Filled with easy-to-use advice drawn from a variety of sources—including meditation, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy—this book will help you find the right way to start feeling good about yourself.How to Be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion includes: Proven Strategies—Learn a variety of ways to practice self compassion daily—with meditations, writing exercises, and more. Practical Advice—Bring self compassion to your thoughts, emotions, and actions with exercises that can easily be applied to your daily life. Personalized Approach—Customize your self compassion practice with a personalized plan based on what matters to you and the kind of changes you want to see. Start loving yourself with the techniques that work best for you. You’ll discover them in How to be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion.


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Practice deep self compassion with a wide range of strategies. Today’s the day to start loving yourself. How to Be Nice to Yourself makes it simple to start practicing self compassion with a wide variety of techniques and strategies that anyone can learn.Filled with easy-to-use advice drawn from a variety of sources—including meditation, mindfulness, and acceptance and Practice deep self compassion with a wide range of strategies. Today’s the day to start loving yourself. How to Be Nice to Yourself makes it simple to start practicing self compassion with a wide variety of techniques and strategies that anyone can learn.Filled with easy-to-use advice drawn from a variety of sources—including meditation, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy—this book will help you find the right way to start feeling good about yourself.How to Be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion includes: Proven Strategies—Learn a variety of ways to practice self compassion daily—with meditations, writing exercises, and more. Practical Advice—Bring self compassion to your thoughts, emotions, and actions with exercises that can easily be applied to your daily life. Personalized Approach—Customize your self compassion practice with a personalized plan based on what matters to you and the kind of changes you want to see. Start loving yourself with the techniques that work best for you. You’ll discover them in How to be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion.

57 review for How to Be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self-Compassion: Effective Strategies to Increase Self-Love and Acceptance

  1. 5 out of 5

    Emilio

    As a thank, you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced readers copy I shall give an honest review of How to Be Nice to Yourself by Laura Silberstein-Tirch PsyD. Coming into this guide for practicing self-compassion I largely examined it from a professional perspective as I come from a therapeutic background. This book acts as a guide that we may use to practice self-compassion using techniques that anyone can learn. This text draws on resources from a variety of therape As a thank, you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced readers copy I shall give an honest review of How to Be Nice to Yourself by Laura Silberstein-Tirch PsyD. Coming into this guide for practicing self-compassion I largely examined it from a professional perspective as I come from a therapeutic background. This book acts as a guide that we may use to practice self-compassion using techniques that anyone can learn. This text draws on resources from a variety of therapeutic techniques including meditation, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy. If you are unfamiliar with these resources that is okay as the author explains the impact of these resources if practiced daily. All she asks is that you provide a notebook where you may write down your thoughts and use them to recount what you provided. Thus providing yourself proof that you are practicing what it asks and are internalizing it yourself. I shall recommend this in my personal and professional capacity. Overall I give this book five out of five stars on good reads.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kitten Kisser

    This is a nice workbook to help teach us how to better care for ourselves. There are meditative steps to help focus & calm the mind, plus work to do to help you get in touch with your feelings & as a result find more compassion for others. I enjoyed learning a few things such as, journaling helps to increase ones ability to learn. I used to journal everyday, but life, getting busier & busier, to the point of being drained (I run my own eco-farm & it's exhausting) with no time for things like jou This is a nice workbook to help teach us how to better care for ourselves. There are meditative steps to help focus & calm the mind, plus work to do to help you get in touch with your feelings & as a result find more compassion for others. I enjoyed learning a few things such as, journaling helps to increase ones ability to learn. I used to journal everyday, but life, getting busier & busier, to the point of being drained (I run my own eco-farm & it's exhausting) with no time for things like journaling. Now I am putting forth more effort in setting aside some time to simply journal & reflect. I have not accomplished this daily (perhaps I will in the winter when I'm a little less busy) but the fact that I'm doing it at all, is a huge step forward. Other points in the book are that offering forgiveness doesn't mean you are weak. You don't even have to tell a person you forgive them. You can let it go within yourself. You don't even have to speak to the person ever again. You simply have to let yourself move on. This book is meant to be gone over step by step with your own notebook as you take however much time is necessary to complete each task. These tasks are designed to get us to better understand, accept, & recognize our own emotions & reactions. This book is divided up into sections: Compassion for Your Feelings- Self-compassion & your emotions, self-compassion & your body, your self-compassion plan Compassion for Your Thoughts- Thoughts vs. reality, getting unstuck from thoughts, your self-compassion plan Compassion for Your Actions- The inner critic & your actions, moving beyond the inner critic, your self-compassion plan The Compassionate Life- Practicing compassion for others, the road ahead The hardest part about this book is taking out the time needed to complete the various tasks. It's nice to know that we can be both compassionate & strong. Overall, this is a wonderful book for anyone wanting improve their mental health for life.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    The book for review is “How to Be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion: Effective Strategies to Increase Self-Love and Acceptance” by Laura Silberstein-Tirch, PsyD. This falls in the genre of personal growth and self help. Are you nice to yourself? Take a few minutes to think about this. Inside the pages of this book you will find techniques and strategies that we can learn to start showing ourselves a little bit of compassion. What you will discover is how to have compassion fo The book for review is “How to Be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion: Effective Strategies to Increase Self-Love and Acceptance” by Laura Silberstein-Tirch, PsyD. This falls in the genre of personal growth and self help. Are you nice to yourself? Take a few minutes to think about this. Inside the pages of this book you will find techniques and strategies that we can learn to start showing ourselves a little bit of compassion. What you will discover is how to have compassion for your feelings, thoughts, your actions and how to have a compassionate life and how to treat others the same way. But how will one accomplish this? As with any self help book there are loads of questions to think on and for this particular book breathing exercises to do. The questions are deep and there is no quick answer to these if you want to get to the goal of being nice to yourself. One must be honest through this process to get to the core of why you are not being nice versus being nice to yourself. I did enjoy the book. With the way the world is now it is so easy to forget to be nice to one’s self. The book is pretty straight forward. I received this book for free from Callisto Publishing in exchange for an honest review

  4. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Campbell

    In "How to be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion", author Laura R. Silberstein-Tirch advises: "Today's the day to start loving yourself.". Through an assortment of strategies and techniques such as meditation, mindfulness (bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment), and practical advice--plus a variety of self-help therapies-- she guides readers toward practicing daily self-compassion. In addition to following the general guidelines, readers are In "How to be Nice to Yourself: The Everyday Guide to Self Compassion", author Laura R. Silberstein-Tirch advises: "Today's the day to start loving yourself.". Through an assortment of strategies and techniques such as meditation, mindfulness (bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment), and practical advice--plus a variety of self-help therapies-- she guides readers toward practicing daily self-compassion. In addition to following the general guidelines, readers are encouraged to customize their "self-compassion plan" by recognizing what matters most to them and to also note what changes they hope to make. "Self-compassion" is defined, and reasoning is offered for why we need it in our lives. The author advises: "This book is about how you can develop self-compassion to help navigate your life with greater awareness, mindfulness, and kindness for yourself and all those you encounter.". While this book is about self-compassion and learning how to be nice to yourself, it also includes compassion for the struggles of others. Book Copy Gratis Callisto Publishers

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Arca

    Simple and clear with table examples and prompts to ask yourself questions. I liked this for myself or for any human, but I also really liked this as educator. It’s a great way to familiarize educators with this concept, practice on their own, and be more fluent with the concept of self compassion so that they can model it and foster it within the classroom. I’ve seen some great educators model how they struggle with something and are compassionate with themselves and it resonated with students Simple and clear with table examples and prompts to ask yourself questions. I liked this for myself or for any human, but I also really liked this as educator. It’s a great way to familiarize educators with this concept, practice on their own, and be more fluent with the concept of self compassion so that they can model it and foster it within the classroom. I’ve seen some great educators model how they struggle with something and are compassionate with themselves and it resonated with students and with me as an observer, and it sets the tone for the classroom. I like that this doesn’t have a ton of fluff. It is grounded in breathing exercises so that’s something to note when considering talking about it with students etc. (Some of my students hear the word ‘mindfulness’ and check out). Anyways, glad it exists and thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review! Always here for reminders / tips on how we can all be nicer to ourselves!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ashwini

    I came across this book, it was a serendipity, a quick read, start to finish, to make myself self familiar with the various concepts, practices and exercises. This is one book which is a true self help book, if you are really hard on your self and want to create / generate some compassion and love for your self, read this book, find some quiet corner in your home and do the exercises. Some very practical tips and guidelines which one can use at any point in time. A true gem. A word of advice, do I came across this book, it was a serendipity, a quick read, start to finish, to make myself self familiar with the various concepts, practices and exercises. This is one book which is a true self help book, if you are really hard on your self and want to create / generate some compassion and love for your self, read this book, find some quiet corner in your home and do the exercises. Some very practical tips and guidelines which one can use at any point in time. A true gem. A word of advice, don't be hard on your self. Only you are going to be with you till the very end and no one else. So take care of your self, be kind and, love your self. :-)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kerstin Sauermann

    It was ok. I read this book in hopes for new ideas and Information. But most of the things mentioned in this book, is available for free on different blogs. Still though. For someone who hasn’t researched the basics, this book might be really helpful

  8. 4 out of 5

    Selen Ozbek

    Fairly basic rules of self-compassion. Ideal for beginners and those wanting to be kinder to themselves.

  9. 5 out of 5

    LemontreeLime

    Very nice.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Speed

    I wish I had ordered a real copy of this book instead of an e-book. I definitely would be gotten more out of it if I could've held it in my lap and journaled through the exercises. I wish I had ordered a real copy of this book instead of an e-book. I definitely would be gotten more out of it if I could've held it in my lap and journaled through the exercises.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chanel Burgess

    Easy Read I enjoyed the book and the self compassion exercise. This was a very easy read. Looking forward to putting what I learned in to practice.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Maciej Bliziński

    It's more of a work book than a reading. A large portion of the content are exercises; and I think the main point is doing them, rather than just reading the book. It's more of a work book than a reading. A large portion of the content are exercises; and I think the main point is doing them, rather than just reading the book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    This Feral Housewife

    A definite must read!! We all need to be nicer to ourselves and others and this book gives us all someplace to start that healing process.

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