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It will give you direction, clarity, and every answer you’re looking for if you commit to doing the exercises that are contained within the book.(Second side note: in case you haven’t read the book, the six pillars of self-esteem are living consciously, self-acceptance, self-responsibility, self-assertiveness, living purposefully, and personal integrity.Depending on if you like the author’s tone or not (preview the book on Amazon before you buy it), you will either get a headache, or you’ll feel like god is beaming sun-rays through your spine.
One of the best overall primers on healthy relationships, written in a semi-hippy-ish way that reads as half poetic truisms and half no-bullshit advice on the healthiest possible relationship mindset you could have throughout your life. Figure out what you want in a partner and only settle for that.
All healthy relationships take genuine effort through action.
This book essentially outlines a single technique (sentence completion exercises), presented in multiple different ways, that gives you the answer to every question you’re asking yourself either consciously or subconsciously. Here are some of my favourite quotes from Six Pillars: – “To trust one’s mind and to know that one is worthy of happiness is the essence of self-esteem.” – “Of all the judgments we pass in life, none is as important as the one we pass on ourselves.” – “Self-esteem has two interrelated components.
One is a sense of basic confidence in the face of life’s challenges: .” You should read The Six Pillars Of Self Esteem because it is the ultimate filter through which to screen your life.
You will gain greater awareness of yourself and your partner by reading it, and you’ll gain courage and relationship harmony by taking action on the steps outlined throughout the book.