About Out of Love: Finding Your Way Back to Self-Compassion
Paperback: 216 Pages
Publisher: She Writes Press (May 26, 2020)
We all tell ourselves stories about who we are. Many of these stories are self-critical and disempowering. Through the practice of self-compassion, we can rewrite these stories and become more authentic and powerful versions of ourselves–transforming not only our own lives but also the lives of those around us.
In short and personal pieces, Marianne Ingheim tells the story of how the practice of self-compassion has changed her life in ways big and small, helping her unlearn harsh self-criticism, survive multiple tragedies, and live more authentically. In the wake of a breast cancer diagnosis and her husband’s suicide, she discovers the power of self-compassionate storytelling and finds belonging within herself–and in doing so, she learns how to manage anxiety and stress, how to be authentic in relationships, and how to let go of comparison and be truly creative.
Through stories and journaling prompts, Out of Love: Finding Your Way Back to Self-Compassion aims to inspire readers to unlearn the self-critical patterns holding them hostage–and begin to live a happier, more courageous life.
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About Marianne Ingheim
Marianne Ingheim is a Danish-Norwegian American writer, teacher, and PhD student at California Institute of Integral Studies. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Tuesday, May 25th: @pickagoodbook
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Thursday, May 27th: @reading_with_nicole
Friday, May 28th: @itsbibliotherapy
Saturday, May 29th: @irishgirliereads
Tuesday, June 1st: @ablondebookishgirl
Wednesday, June 2nd: @lovelyplacebooks
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