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Self-Trust: How to Build Trust, Heal Burnout and Navigate through Life on Purpose

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How do women use their energy? Are women too exhausted to live the life they planned? Are they getting burned out with the choices they make which were meant to bring them joy?

In this inspirational self-help book, Ana Barreto invites the reader to be part of a wider conversation about women and their work. She opens the floor to break away from the established mindsets wo
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Published April 30th 2018 by Blue Hudson Group
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May 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Self-Trust is an inspirational read for woman that helps to encourage and let you know you are not alone. Today's world is full of stress and responsibility that can bring some people down when they cannot keep up with all the demands. This book is a lovely read that is full of personal stories and life lessons that prove you can do this, you are not alone. Overall, a very encouraging read!
Susan Csoke
May 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
An inspirational guide book for women of all ages. And men too. It is about burnout>self sabotage>lack of self trust >insecurity>stress and more. How they are detrimental to our overall health and how to overcome each one by awareness. Thankyou Goodreads for this free book!!!!!
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Ana Barreto is a Brazilian-American teacher, author, and mentor living in upstate New York.
She grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At eighteen years of age, she left her parents’ traditional patriarchal home, breaking the established female roles in her own house. Two years later, she moved to New York and began her college education.
While attending Marymount College, at that time a women’s only c
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