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Hello Beautiful: Break free from the chains of regret, self doubt and comparison, and discover the freedom, power and beauty of being the real you.

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When was the last time you felt good about yourself, worthy, and capable of achieving what it is you want out of life? If it's been so long you can't remember, Keryl Pesce has a few bits of insight for you. Hello Beautiful is for women of all ages who deal with: -Self doubt or low self esteem -Anxiety -Regret over a past that cannot be changed In this eye-opening, heart When was the last time you felt good about yourself, worthy, and capable of achieving what it is you want out of life? If it's been so long you can't remember, Keryl Pesce has a few bits of insight for you. Hello Beautiful is for women of all ages who deal with: -Self doubt or low self esteem -Anxiety -Regret over a past that cannot be changed In this eye-opening, heart-warming book, you will discover the source of your inner critic and why the popular advice to "Just crush it," is bad advice. How can you win a war with yourself? Keryl helps you see that your inner critic is part of you and rather than fighting against it (and yourself,) she shows you how to develop a relationship with this part of you and get it working for you, not against you. In Chapter 1, "Real is the New Black," Keryl makes a convincing case that a big part of our negative voice and anxiety is that we show up to ourselves and the world filtered and incomplete, and that the most powerful and beautiful version of you is the whole one . . . the sum of all you think, feel, are, and have experienced. If you deal with never quite feeling like enough, this chapter helps you understand why and more important, what to do about it. In Chapter 2, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay, you will see how the positive-thinking movement has been taken to an extreme, where we fear telling others the truth of what we feel inside. This disconnect between the version of us we present to others and the real one inside creates anxiety and weakens our ability to achieve what we desire. In our belief that we shouldn't think or feel sad, angry, or afraid, we feel we are somehow failing at life and create a pressure-cooker type of situation as we continuously shove valid human emotions down. Keryl will show you that by allowing yourself permission and space to be human and experience these emotions without attaching the added pressure of judging them, they actually move through and out of you more quickly. Imagine if all the energy you've been spending hiding your true feelings, wishing away or trying to forget your past, or change the you that you think isn't good enough was suddenly redirected to liberate, support, and guide you to a sense of peace for what is, excitement for the future, and love and appreciation for the miracle that is you. Perhaps now is the time for you to discover the truth of who you are, to feel whole and complete, and comfortable again in your own skin. Hello Beautiful.


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When was the last time you felt good about yourself, worthy, and capable of achieving what it is you want out of life? If it's been so long you can't remember, Keryl Pesce has a few bits of insight for you. Hello Beautiful is for women of all ages who deal with: -Self doubt or low self esteem -Anxiety -Regret over a past that cannot be changed In this eye-opening, heart When was the last time you felt good about yourself, worthy, and capable of achieving what it is you want out of life? If it's been so long you can't remember, Keryl Pesce has a few bits of insight for you. Hello Beautiful is for women of all ages who deal with: -Self doubt or low self esteem -Anxiety -Regret over a past that cannot be changed In this eye-opening, heart-warming book, you will discover the source of your inner critic and why the popular advice to "Just crush it," is bad advice. How can you win a war with yourself? Keryl helps you see that your inner critic is part of you and rather than fighting against it (and yourself,) she shows you how to develop a relationship with this part of you and get it working for you, not against you. In Chapter 1, "Real is the New Black," Keryl makes a convincing case that a big part of our negative voice and anxiety is that we show up to ourselves and the world filtered and incomplete, and that the most powerful and beautiful version of you is the whole one . . . the sum of all you think, feel, are, and have experienced. If you deal with never quite feeling like enough, this chapter helps you understand why and more important, what to do about it. In Chapter 2, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay, you will see how the positive-thinking movement has been taken to an extreme, where we fear telling others the truth of what we feel inside. This disconnect between the version of us we present to others and the real one inside creates anxiety and weakens our ability to achieve what we desire. In our belief that we shouldn't think or feel sad, angry, or afraid, we feel we are somehow failing at life and create a pressure-cooker type of situation as we continuously shove valid human emotions down. Keryl will show you that by allowing yourself permission and space to be human and experience these emotions without attaching the added pressure of judging them, they actually move through and out of you more quickly. Imagine if all the energy you've been spending hiding your true feelings, wishing away or trying to forget your past, or change the you that you think isn't good enough was suddenly redirected to liberate, support, and guide you to a sense of peace for what is, excitement for the future, and love and appreciation for the miracle that is you. Perhaps now is the time for you to discover the truth of who you are, to feel whole and complete, and comfortable again in your own skin. Hello Beautiful.

30 review for Hello Beautiful: Break free from the chains of regret, self doubt and comparison, and discover the freedom, power and beauty of being the real you.

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Good thoughts but felt superficial and disjointed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey Graef

    Powerful reflection This book has allowed me to reflect on my feelings and I loved how she included questions to ask yourself and write down. Helped me understand my self and intentions clearly. I am very thankful to have found this book, for it has truly made a difference in my life already.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Wanda Paryla

    I found this book very helpful and eye opening. The author helped me take a look at myself. Helped me to look at myself more fondly and less accusing than in the past. I'm too hard on myself for sure. Oddly though, here on Goodreads, they show this book as being only 119 pages. It's 133 pages, not counting pages reserved for a Reader's notes should she choose to use the pages. I found this book very helpful and eye opening. The author helped me take a look at myself. Helped me to look at myself more fondly and less accusing than in the past. I'm too hard on myself for sure. Oddly though, here on Goodreads, they show this book as being only 119 pages. It's 133 pages, not counting pages reserved for a Reader's notes should she choose to use the pages.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jurczewsky

    Truth and all the feels! Lovely read. Simplistic and heartfelt with all the feels. This book is for anyone who needs to pull themselves out of self-doubt, who needs to know that they are already enough, and what they need is already inside them. Enjoyed this book very much.

  5. 5 out of 5

    taylor adams

    Skipped the last few chapters Honestly I think I’m just more of a fiction girl. Couldn’t really get into this book even though I wanted to.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bessai Leonard

    Good book I really enjoyed reading this book. I really enjoyed how she kept it real! I truly recommend reading this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Castronovo

    This book was very surface but well intentioned. Once I got to the end where the author said you shouldn’t read the news but instead get your information from social media I tuned out.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessie Kissinger

    Great book! I recommend this book to anyone struggling with seeing their worth or being confident or struggling with emotions. I'm definitely planning on buying this book. Great book! I recommend this book to anyone struggling with seeing their worth or being confident or struggling with emotions. I'm definitely planning on buying this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tori D'amico

    This book was everything I needed right now. “Hating hate doesn’t diminish it. It magnifies it.” This is really important to remember for all the time, but especially for right now in the world.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Russo

    When I read this book I went in with an open mind and I’m so glad I did.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Olgabeth Córdoba Bollmeyer

    Love this book. It is very friendly, fun to read, since you do not get bored with it. I love the metaphors the author uses. I really liked the book a lot and it was very useful during these difficult times that we are going through.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shelly

    OMG! Sometimes it helps to find books that remind you that you are enough. Well-written and like listening to your best friend, Keryl does a great job of putting herself out there to remind us that we are enough and comparison is really not a good thing. I really liked the way she was vulnerable in her writing. It gave the book a totally comfortable feel.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mattie

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stacy Shafer-dick

  15. 4 out of 5

    Deanne M. Helgesen

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Stone

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

  18. 4 out of 5

    Erica Mendenhall

  19. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Yeoman

  20. 4 out of 5

    Star Arias

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lyndsey

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shantel

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jordyn

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mildred Besselieu

  25. 4 out of 5

    Angela

  26. 4 out of 5

    Darci Trumm

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  28. 5 out of 5

    Terre Sura

  29. 5 out of 5

    Janelle Chayet

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cherie Matherly

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