Are you ready to fall in love with yourself?

The Self-Love Makeover

The Self-Love Makeover will help you unlock self-worth, inner peace, and personal growth.

Do you ever feel like

…you have chronic self-doubt?

Many people struggle with an incessant inner critic that constantly undermines their confidence and self-worth. This voice may tell them they’re not good enough, smart enough, or worthy of success and happiness. It can lead to hesitation in pursuing goals, difficulty in decision-making, and a general sense of inadequacy that permeates various aspects of life.

…you struggle to set boundaries

This is a tendency to say “yes” when you want to say “no”, often leading to overcommitment, resentment, and burnout. People who struggle with this may find themselves constantly putting others’ needs before their own, feeling taken advantage of, or unable to protect their time and energy for self-care and personal pursuits.

…you’re just burned out

Many individuals, especially those in caretaking roles or high-stress jobs, neglect their needs in favor of others or work responsibilities. This can lead to physical and emotional exhaustion, decreased productivity, health issues, and general dissatisfaction with life. The inability to prioritize self-care often stems from feelings of guilt or the belief that taking care of oneself is selfish.

…you have low self-esteem

This is characterized by a deep-seated belief that one is fundamentally flawed or undeserving of love, success, or happiness. It can manifest as constant self-criticism, difficulty accepting compliments, fear of rejection, and a tendency to settle for less than one deserves in relationships and career opportunities.

…you’re a perfectionist who fears failing

Perfectionists often set unrealistically high standards for themselves, leading to procrastination, anxiety, and a fear of taking risks. This pain point can prevent individuals from pursuing their goals, trying new things, or fully enjoying their achievements. It’s often accompanied by all-or-nothing thinking and a tendency to view anything less than perfect as a failure.

…you struggle to recognize your own needs

Many people struggle with identifying what they truly want or need, often because they’ve been conditioned to prioritize others’ needs or because they lack self-awareness. This can lead to feelings of dissatisfaction, resentment, and a sense of living life on autopilot. Even when they do recognize their needs, they may struggle to communicate them effectively, leading to unmet needs and unfulfilling relationships.

Workbook format:

The book is designed as an interactive workbook with practical exercises, reflection prompts, and action steps throughout.

  • Promotes active engagement rather than passive reading
  • Allows for personalized insights and self-discovery
  • Encourages immediate application of concepts for lasting change
  • Provides a tangible record of progress and growth
  • Enhances retention of information through hands-on learning

Address Six Crucial Aspects Of Self

The workbook addresses six crucial aspects of self: Self-Worth, Self-Awareness, Self-Care, Self-Respect, Self-Esteem, and Self-Growth.

  • Offers a comprehensive framework for personal development
  • Ensures no critical area of self-love is overlooked
  • Allows you to identify and focus on your most pressing needs
  • Provides a balanced approach to self-improvement
  • Helps you understand the interconnectedness of various aspects of self-love
  • Supports long-term, sustainable personal growth by addressing multiple facets of self

How we address your challenges…

Self-awareness exercises and challenging negative beliefs

The workbook guides readers through exercises to identify their negative self-talk patterns. It then provides techniques to challenge these thoughts, such as examining evidence for and against them, and reframing negative statements into more balanced, realistic ones. By consistently practicing this, readers can gradually change their thought patterns and develop a more positive inner dialogue.

Self-respect training and boundary-setting techniques

The workbook teaches readers to recognize their own worth and the importance of honoring their needs. It provides practical strategies for setting and communicating boundaries, such as using “I” statements and practicing saying “no”. Through exercises and real-life scenarios, readers learn to assert themselves respectfully and consistently, leading to healthier relationships and improved self-esteem.

Self-care checklist and prioritization exercises

The workbook offers a comprehensive self-care checklist covering physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of wellbeing. It guides readers to identify areas of neglect and create personalized self-care routines. The book also includes exercises to help readers prioritize their needs and schedule regular self-care activities, promoting a sustainable approach to personal well-being.

Self-worth recognition and self-esteem building exercises

The workbook emphasizes the inherent worth of every individual, separate from achievements or others’ opinions. It provides exercises to help readers recognize their unique qualities and accomplishments. Through regular practice of self-affirmation and challenging negative self-beliefs, readers can gradually build a stronger sense of self-worth and improve their overall self-esteem.

Self-growth commitment and reframing failure

The book emphasizes the concept of a growth mindset, encouraging readers to view challenges as opportunities for learning rather than threats. It provides exercises to help readers set realistic goals, celebrate small victories, and reframe “failures” as valuable learning experiences. By shifting focus from perfection to progress, readers can re

Self-awareness prompts and assertiveness training

The workbook offers a series of self-reflection prompts to help readers identify their true needs and desires. It then provides techniques for effective communication, including how to express needs assertively without aggression or passivity. Through practice exercises and role-playing scenarios, readers can develop the confidence to recognize and voice their needs in various situations.


Have a question?

Here are some questions you might have. If your question isn’t addressed here, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

How long it takes is entirely up to you. There’s no rush to get through the book. It’s intended to be self-paced and to encourage reflection. My suggestion is to be consistent with your pace but not rushed.

This is an interesting question. On one hand, I would say men need this book more than women because most of my clients are women. Women tend to be the ones to reach out for help. On the other hand, women often put others before themselves- spouses, children, co-workers, even neighbors, and strangers can take precedence over their own needs. So, the workbook isn’t primarily for either gender.

No prior experience is needed to benefit from this book. The concepts are simple enough to stand on their own. However, they may provide a different way of thinking about things you are already aware of.

The workbook is not a replacement for traditional therapy. It does not provide medical advice. It’s not targeted at any specific issues but more at an overall prioritization of self-love from which anyone can benefit. Many of my clients see therapists while they work with me.

The book is a fillable PDF. So you do not need a journal. You can enter your answers directly into the PDF. But if you prefer writing or want to make the entries into your existing journal, the workbook provides great prompts for you use to create journal entries.

Yes! I suggest joining our Grief 2 Growth Community Circle, as a start. Also, I am available for consultation and I offer a free exploratory session.

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The Self Love Makeover Workbook