Review: “Words We Carry” by D.G.Kaye

“I have been a great critic of myself for most of my life, and I was darned good at it, deflating my own ego without the help of anyone else.” D.G. Kaye writes on a subject that all humans should investigate…the critical issue of self-esteem. Amazing how many times I will meet someone I think is great and simultaneously realize how little they think of themselves – and almost always for the wrong reasons! Thanks, Christopher Fischer, for sharing this with us!

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The Blurb:

“I have been a great critic of myself for most of my life, and I was darned good at it, deflating my own ego without the help of anyone else.”

What do our shopping habits, high-heeled shoes, and big hair have to do with how we perceive ourselves? Do the slights we endured when we were young affect how we choose our relationships now?
D.G. takes us on a journey, unlocking the hurts of the past by identifying situations that hindered her own self-esteem. Her anecdotes and confessions demonstrate how the hurtful events in our lives linger and set the tone for how we value our own self-worth.
Words We Carry is a raw, personal accounting of how the author overcame the demons of low self-esteem with the determination to learn to love herself.

My Review:

I am amazed to find myself having so much in common with…

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