Mindfulness Workbook for Self-Love by by Joel Black, LCSW

Compassionate Exercises to Cultivate Your Happiness and Well-Being

Published: 26 Jul 2022 

Publisher: Callisto Media, Rockridge Press

Length: 174 Pages

My Rating: 4 stars


Foster self-love through mindfulness

We all deserve love and compassion. Yet, sometimes it’s easier to have grace for other people rather than ourselves. This supportive workbook teaches you the tenets of mindfulness so you can develop the tools for curbing self-judgment, cultivating self-love, and being gentler to yourself.

  • Explore the foundations of mindfulness—Learn all about the seven core principles of mindfulness and how effective it can be in helping you reduce stress, improve focus, increase happiness, and so much more.
  • Reflect with thoughtful prompts—Gain a clearer understanding of your relationship with self-worth, your struggles with self-criticism, and your self-love goals through insightful questions.
  • Embrace engaging exercises—Start building your own mindfulness practice with a variety of exercises like going on an acceptance walk, writing your own trust mantras, and trying to learn something new.

Transform your outlook and heighten your happiness with the Mindfulness Workbook for Self-Love

My Review:

This is an excellent mindfulness workbook. I would suggest sitting down with a paperback edition and giving time to each exercise. This is not a book you can sit and read in a day. If you actually want to make changes in your life. I am a psychotherapist and I struggle with being mindful. It is a skill that requires daily practice if you want to reap the benefit.

I really enjoy looking for books for myself and for recommendations for my clients, this book is easy to follow and covers a lot of areas. This is a book I would recommend.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 


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