22 June, 2009
Escaping Toxic Guilt Review and Giveaway
Your life’s journey shouldn’t be a guilt trip.
Do you feel responsible for everyone around you? Do you value the feeling of others more than your own? Do you have unrealistic expectations of yourself: Then you may be trapped by toxic guilt.
Trying to win the approval of others—parents, spouse, coworkers, friends, children—can strain your relationships, drain your energy, and dominate your life. The five easy-to-follow steps in Escaping Toxic Guilt can liberate you from self-defeating patterns and put you on the path to living life fully, joyfully, and on your own terms.
By following this simple, effective plan, you will be able to:
• Recognize the difference between good guilt and toxic guilt
• Build boundaries around your time and emotions
• Weather the storm of people’s disapproval
• Find freedom through forgiveness and relinquishing control
• Protect your sense of self while still caring for others
Through AME, I had the chance to review the book, Escaping Toxic Guilt: 5 Proven Steps to Free Yourself from Guilt for Good! I honestly enjoyed reading the book, and it gave me a lot of really good information about the types of guilt, and what is good versus bad guilt.
You can purchase this book on Amazon here.
One of you gorgeous readers has the opportunity to win this book!
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This giveaway ends Sunday, July 5th at midnight, MST. I will use random.org to choose a winner, and will post the winner on my site. The giveaway is open to US readers only.