Day # 5 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

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Welcome to Day 5 of the Virtual Book Tour!

MonicaLadyMoCarrToday, I have the pleasure of visiting the blog of Monica Carr, in New Britain, Connecticut, USA. We met through a "Fanpage Friday" on Facebook a couple of months ago and it's been a real privilege to get to know Monica. She's passionate about the concept of self-love and I've contributed to her blog a few times, on this topic.

Today's article is around this very topic - Self Love - and specifically how the crippling emotion of shame prevents us from loving ourselves unconditionally. I also provide a tap-along in the article, in my own voice, that you can use for issues of shame.

 

 

 

Enjoy the article on Monica's blog and let us know what you thought!

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A bit about Monica Carr

LoveTheySelf365Monica Carr aka "Mo" is the creator and publisher of the growing inspirational website www.MoMentalityMoment.com. She is a serial entrepreneur who has the innate passion to help others through writing, community events, and other philanthropic projects.

The website is proud to present its year long project "LoveThySelf365" Self Love Campaign which was developed to promote the importance of loving oneself to live a life of happiness and purpose. Monica’s goal is to connect with people across the globe who shares in her passion of encouraging others to look within themselves to find peace and happiness.

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Liesel Teversham is a curious, life-long learner. And currently she's learning a lot about kindness, and guilt-free self-care. She invites you to join her in this discovery!

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Guest Monday, 27 February 2017

“This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man.” - Shakespeare.

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