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If you could sum up Love Yourself in three words, what would they be?
Thought provoking, motivational, inspirational
What was one of the most memorable moments of Love Yourself?
You wont find love in others if you can't find it in yourself
Have you listened to any of John Eastman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have never listened to an audiobook before but he narrator was good and I would listen to another that he narrated.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
it vaidated what I already believed.
Any additional comments?
I feel to many people look for love and self worth in the eyes of others. How can they give you what you can not give yourself? This book takes a step by step approach to showing you how to make a difference in your life, how to love yourself before you can love others.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Love Yourself to be better than the print version?
This question is not applicable as I only listened to the audio.
What did you like best about this story?
It captured my interest as a whole, although the first 17 minutes was the most powerful. In part of that, the narrator was speaking about a project they did. He said only 1/3 of the people could look themselves in the mirror and in a sincere and grateful way, say "I Love You." Sadly, I'm in that 2/3 group that feels very uncomfortable doing that. In those 17 minutes he really drove home the message of why it's important to love yourself, and how a lack of love for yourself can influence your entire life. When I was growing up I used to hear that a lot. "You gotta love yourself!" That always seemed so vague. I've always been critical of myself. Just telling someone they should love themself doesn't always help. How do you love yourself? This was a great audio because it explains how. It's following the exercise given and listening on a regular basis to the 88 reasons in the latter part of the recording. That's why I gave this review the title of Blueprint to a Happy and Satsfying Life. It did seem like a blueprint where you could start off small and expand it out into your whole life.
What about John Eastman’s performance did you like?
His voice is calming and clear, nothing distracting.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The narrator talking about creating a groove, replacing a bad habit - with a love yourself habit.
Any additional comments?
The latter part of the audio lists 88 reasons to Love Yourself and each one is beautiful. This is one that for whatever reaon I really latched onto - I had to reverse the audio and replay it so I won't forget, "Love yourself enough to be gently quiet that you may hear the wisdom of others, see the beauty that surrounds you, and have time to reflect upon the gems of your journey."
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