- Paperback: 352 pages
- Publisher: New World Library; 1 edition (November 6, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1608680657
- ISBN-13: 978-1608680658
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 7.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 92 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,887 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Christine Arylo turns the elusive task of learning to love yourself into a concrete, how-to, doable path that anyone can master. This is by far one of my all-time favorite books.”
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Madly in Love with ME is like a magic elixir just the potion we need to recapture that powerful, transformational force of loving ourselves fully and fiercely.”
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Christine Arylo can help you know yourself, accept yourself, delight in yourself, and love yourself for real and for keeps. The result: you’ll shine more light, radiate more charisma, generate more power, and have more fun.”
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Much more than a self-help book, Madly in Love with ME is an illuminated self-love guidebook that shows you exactly how to love yourself well and live your happiest life no matter what.”
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There’s a difference between liking yourself and loving yourself; there’s a difference between self-esteem and self-care. Transformational teacher Arylo has made a career out of teaching women what those differences are....[This book] unflinchingly affirms every woman’s right to love and care for herself first. Arylo makes the case with such enthusiasm and logic that, by the time the reader gets to the Forty Day Self-Love Practice protocol at the end of the book, it’s difficult not to sign on and give it a try....A terrific gift for special women.”
Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight
Arylo’s (Choosing ME before WE) unabashedly positive, step-by-step workbook is designed to help women take the compassion, appreciation, and care one would lavish on a companion, and redirect it inward. The author rescues the notion of 'self-love' from the reductive realms of masturbation, narcissism, and days at the spa, and presents it instead as a fruitful alternative to the incessant reprimands to sacrifice. Arylo is an enthusiastic mentor, and she offers plenty of creative tips for creating self-love, from going on a nice date (by yourself), working on a self-lovecentered art project, and taking a love bath. For those made uncomfortable by the admonishment to 'vigorously love-loofah yourself,' she also provides practical exercises, such as quizzes, suggestions for how to productively rephrase ideas of oneself, and inspiring affirmations and 'love truths' to guide readers on their journey....Arylo’s warm, fun, and informative handbook contains deep truths.”
About the Author
Christine Arylo is a feminine leadership advisor, transformational speaker, and best selling author who leads retreats, workshops, and programs around the world, working with women to make shift happen — in the lives they lead and work they do. She is the founder of the international Path of Self Love School, a global school with over 35,000 students and certified teachers on six continents. She also hosts the Feminine Power Time podcast.
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Her exercises (and some of them may appear to be a bit twee) certainly make a point. She provides a lot of food for thought.
She has a lively writing style and her sense of humour make this book a joy to read.
This book should be read, re-read and shared.
Going by some reviewer comments, if you expect her to point you toward a traditional god (male, Caucasian), this may not be the book for you.
The exercises are, well, they can be uncomfortable but that's the point: to get out your comfort zone of bashing yourself, putting yourself last, taking yourself for granted, ignoring your own wants, needs and desires. And they're also fun. And she's funny. It's like she's sitting right there chatting with you throughout, being your biggest cheerleader.