Self-Acceptance Ebook

A] The Self-Acceptance Ebook

This month’s Personal Development Blog Ebook of The Month:

Self-Acceptance Ebook
When you think of having good emotional health, terms like happiness, self-esteem, self-confidence, optimism, and mental toughness likely come to mind. You might not consider the ideas of self-acceptance and contentment. But isn’t contentment what we’re all seeking?

Contentment is the place where we don’t need anything. We’re completely satisfied as we are, as our life is.

Think of how many things you do each day in an effort to feel more content. You say or do things to impress others, you say or do things to avoid being ridiculed by others, you work at a job you don’t like so you can make more money to buy things you want or to impress others and, you exercise and diet beyond what is reasonable in order to look a certain way. The list is really endless. We spend a lot of our day trying to feel more content. However, these things aren’t the path to radical contentment.

In this guide, discover how compassion will free you, heal you, and will lead you to radical contentment.

You will receive the file/s below (in one ZIP file) for your personal use:
    - Self-Acceptance (30-page PDF)
    - Self-Acceptance (6-page PDF)
    - 15 Ways to Have Your Best Year Ever (67 Slide Decks)
    - 15 Ways to Have Your Best Year Ever (3 Slide Decks)
    - Grayson the Go Getter Gopher Fable (4-page PDF)
    - Top 5 Causes Behind Overeating and How to Avoid Them (3-page PDF)

Price: $9.99
Price: $6.99


Thank you for checking out this month’s inspiring personal development ebook, Self-Acceptance.

See previous releases of Personal Development Blog Ebook of The Month.

B] Related Quotes

When you are discontent, you always want more, more,
more. Your desire can never be satisfied. But when you
practice contentment, you can say to yourself, ‘Oh yes – I
already have everything that I really need.

~ Dalai Lama

Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the
greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend.
Non-being is the greatest joy.

~ Lao Tzu

The truth is: Belonging starts with self-acceptance.
Your level of belonging, in fact, can never be greater
than your level of self-acceptance, because believing
that you’re enough is what gives you the courage to be
authentic, vulnerable and imperfect.

~ Brene Brown


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