Posted on: September 4th, 2017 by admin No Comments

International empowerment coach Shannon Kaiser was one such woman. Struggling with eating disorders, drug addictions, corporate burnout, and depression, self-criticism formed the backbone of Shannon’s relationship with herself. In her new release, THE SELF-LOVE EXPERIMENT: Fifteen Principles for Becoming More Kind, Compassionate, and Accepting of Yourself (on sale August 29, 2017; TarcherPerigee Paperback; ISBN-13: 9780143130697), Kaiser shares the personal challenge she designed to explore the self-harming beliefs that were holding her back, and learn how to take action, lighten up, and increase her self-confidence, self-acceptance, and accountability. Having successfully turned her life around for the better, Kaiser knows personal development is not a one-size-fits-all journey. A compassionate guide, The Self-Love Experiment instead provides the tools to help readers make the most out of life, such as:


  • How to unlearn all the things we are conditioned to believe about ourselves, and retrain our brains to focus on self-love as opposed to self-condemnation,
  • How to identify our own value system and align it with our own path,
  • How to develop and follow a Me Matters list of the mandatory things we need to pursue for our ideal day,
  • How to appreciate where you’ve been, who you are becoming, and what you have to offer.


Part memoir, part psychological study, part inspirational personal development guide, THE SELF-LOVE EXPERIMENT invites readers to dedicate themselves to self-care, self-compassion, and self-acceptance, as they learn to become their own best friend.

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