Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Intentional Self-Love Review #rabtbooktours

Self-Help / Mental & Spiritual Healing

Date Published: July 14, 2022


Much has been said about self-love and its importance in healing and integrating responsibilities with a functional life. There are many ways to enhance self-love, so many it can be a bit overwhelming! Oftentimes, we deserve better than what we are experiencing before beginning this self-love journey. We get used to just functioning rather than living in a way that is also fulfilling. This workbook takes you through six steps on improving your self love journey that can make a difference today!



Rating: Five out of Five Stars

This is a helpful guidebook for both readers experienced with self-help practices and those looking to begin. The suggestions are flexible. If a reader feels they express themselves better through art, they are welcome to draw pictures rather than write down their thoughts. 

As someone who lives with ADHD, I find writing with prompts helps me have a sense of direction. Otherwise, I have a head swimming in my thoughts and don't know where to begin. 

I have trouble with concepts like complimenting myself. My visceral reaction to such a suggestion is "ick, do I have to? I don't want to sound like a snob!" However, there are plenty of other suggestions. 

There is no shortage of suggestions or possibilities for working with this book. I recommend it to anyone who has been considering starting a journal or who works better on their own than with other people. For instance, I tend to be shy and reluctant to speak in groups and I don't trust counselors. 

My sincere apologies to the author. This review is late.

About the Author

Alyssa Webb-McCune, the founder of Natural Balance Counseling, has been a part of the Houston community for more than a decade. She understands the unique variety of her neighbors and tailors her style for each individual that walks through her door. It is her passion to provide a safe and supportive space for both clients and clinicians alike to grow and be the best version of themselves possible. She understands that going to counseling for the first time, or trying to start back after a rocky first attempt, can be intimidating and she works hard to make sure each person feels comfortable and heard, in a caring and judgement-free space.


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