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Reviewed by Carol Coetzee for Readers' Favorite
Defeating Your Self-Bully by Renee Hines is certainly food for thought. How many of us have been bullied, or seen it happen to friends and family? Our first reaction to bullying in some form is anger towards the bully. But being a self bully? Certainly not! Well, yes, you can be the worst bully you will ever encounter and this insightful book leads you through a thought provoking journey of self discovery. How often do you say "I am such an idiot!" and become angry at yourself, berate yourself for a silly mistake, or brood over something you can't change? You are actually your own worst enemy. Think about all the negative input and feedback you give yourself every day. Can it be considered bullying? Well, would you say that to a friend or loved one? No, but it's okay to say it to yourself. This book goes much deeper than the power of positive thought. It looks into the way you think about yourself, how you talk to yourself, and the effect this can have on your life. There are useful exercises to follow, and reference materials to assist you in becoming a happier person!
In Defeating Your Self-Bully by Renee Hines, I discovered I am a true self bully. It is surprising that we do this to ourselves. We don't like bullies, we avoid them. How do we avoid ourselves? In Defeating Your Self-Bully, Renee Hines gives us some wonderful insight into how she changed her life by thinking about herself and speaking to herself differently. Surprisingly, this book showed me words that I use every day, and presented them to me in a totally new light. I was forced to rethink my life and thought patterns, and came to some surprising conclusions! I am on my way to becoming a happier person, and to celebrate that, this book is going to be on my Christmas list for each and every member of my family and all my friends! Yes, this change will take time, but I am ready to face the challenge! Are you? Take the first step and start reading this book now!