Madly in Love with Me: The Daring Adventure of Becoming Your Own Best Friend
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Madly in Love with Me: The Daring Adventure of Becoming Your Own Best Friend

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This breakthrough book on self-love takes you beyond the idea of loving, valuing, and caring for yourself into daring acts that will help you experience it.
ebook, 352 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by New World Library (first published January 10th 2012)
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I’m so torn over rating this book. On the one hand I think it’s a load of hippy sprouting nonsense riding on the coat-tails of the excellent “Me Before We”. But that sounds so harsh and to be fair, although that’s my experience of it, I can see that there are woman out there who could get something out of this.

This is not ‘Me before We’ and I don’t even find it insightful or helpful in any way. It’s full of ideas on how to get comfortable with your own self-esteem but the examples offered (like...more
Christine Jackson
I really enjoyed this book. It has a lot of great exercises to further our self discovery and give us new perspectives on ourselves. The definitions of the different areas of self love were also interesting. I would say there are too many exercises, and a lot of the terminology is hokey and gimmicky, but the message is an important one.
Its great information to have, but tends to be repetitive. It took me far too long to finish. I almost gave up a few times
Melissa Amaral
Filled with good advice, but the 'activities' are not my style. they seem a bit hokey.
Finding it hard to get through this. I'm done.
Silly book that wasn't even entertaining.
Sandy  Kemp
lost interest after a while
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Christine Arylo is a transformational teacher, speaker and best-selling author. After earning her MBA and climbing the corporate ladder, she chose to devote her life to creating a new reality for women and girls, one based on self-love and true feminine power instead of the relentless pursuit of having to do, be and have it all.

She is the author of two best-selling books, Choosing ME before WE and...more
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“The good news is that you already know how to love yourself; you’ve just forgotten. You were actually born in love with yourself; it’s your natural state. Think back to yourself as a little girl, to a moment when you remember being carefree and open to the wonder of the world, a moment when your light was superbright, before anyone told you to dim it down.” 1 likes
“How long would you stay in a relationship with a romantic partner or friend who lied to you? Or a person who pretended to be someone other than who he or she really was? Not long (if you loved yourself). How happy would you be in a relationship with someone you didn’t communicate openly with? Or who didn’t take responsibility for his or her actions, words, and choices?” 1 likes
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