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The Undervalued Self: Restore Your Love/Power Balance, Transform the Inner Voice That Holds You Back, and Find Your True Self-Worth

The Undervalued Self Restore Your Love Power Balance Transform the Inner Voice That Holds You Back and Find Your True Self Worth Elaine Aron follows up her bestsellers on the highly sensitive person with a groundbreaking new book on the undervalued self She explains that self esteem results from having a healthy balance of love

  • Title: The Undervalued Self: Restore Your Love/Power Balance, Transform the Inner Voice That Holds You Back, and Find Your True Self-Worth
  • Author: Elaine N. Aron
  • ISBN: 9780316066990
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Elaine Aron follows up her bestsellers on the highly sensitive person with a groundbreaking new book on the undervalued self She explains that self esteem results from having a healthy balance of love and power in our lives Readers will learn to incorporate love into situations that seem to require power and deal with power struggles that mask themselves as issues of lovElaine Aron follows up her bestsellers on the highly sensitive person with a groundbreaking new book on the undervalued self She explains that self esteem results from having a healthy balance of love and power in our lives Readers will learn to incorporate love into situations that seem to require power and deal with power struggles that mask themselves as issues of love From the bedroom to the boardroom, her strategies will enable us to escape feelings of shame, defeat, and depression dissolve relationship hostility and become our best selves With Aron s clear, empathetic writing and extraordinary scientific and human insight, THE UNDERVALUED SELF is a simple and effective guide to developing healthy, fulfilling relationships, and finding true self worth.

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    1 thought on “The Undervalued Self: Restore Your Love/Power Balance, Transform the Inner Voice That Holds You Back, and Find Your True Self-Worth

    1. Everyone has a part of them that is undervalued so this can be a valuable book for anyone. However, if you are someone who suffers from low self esteem due to life circumstances or natural disposition, this book may be a great help to you. It is a cognitive behavioral approach that assists with some of the self talk that causes us to undervalue. I recommend it highly.

    2. From my blog[return]The Undervalued Self by Dr. Elaine N. Aron is written to help people realise everyone has an underlying self, that inner voice that proclaims one is not good enough or worthy and Dr. Aron's book sets out to help readers to identify the causes of the undervalued self and how to combat these causes. Dr. Aron has laid her book out in a very straight forward and easy to follow manner. She has broken the book down into nine chapters. The first two describe the undervalued self and [...]

    3. I have to admit that I mostly skimmed this book. The writing was alright, and the book included a lot of interesting ideas, but it was really wordy. I did, however, really enjoy the chapter about the "six self-protections." Useful information, for sure. Overall, it was alright. I wouldn't recommend it to people, but it got it thinking about confidence and the things we do that hold us back in order to fit in or impress others.

    4. This book is about linking and ranking. We need to connect with others and be accepted. We do also need to be aware of our place in the pecking order. Usually, we need more linking, and linking generally feels better. Seeking for linking and getting ranking instead doesn't feel good. So far (I've read the first chapter), this book explains a lot, and has the potential to be empowering.

    5. I honestly really enjoyed this book. I love Aron's other book, The Highly Sensitive Person, and while that book was really for HSPs and those living and loving with HSPs, this book is an everyone book. Everyone has an undervalued self and I think this book is helpful in being more self aware. The only thing I would say was that there were some concepts that could have fleshed out further. There were a lot of new, non-common ideas introduced at what seems like all at once. Nonetheless, an incredi [...]

    6. What a major disappointment this was.I've been introduced to Elaine Aron through her work and explaining on the Highly Sensitive Trait which to me was a major discovery and understanding of this side of myself and others I know, and how and why we are different and sometimes struggle in a world that does not recognize or value this trait. This book was not about High Sensitivity but on the undervaluing of ourselves that so many of us do and that makes us suffer, and I had expected Aron to also h [...]

    7. What an odd book. I picked it up because I value the author's previous groundbreaking work, "The Highly Sensitive Person," (and "HSP in Love") in which she explores a minority of the population (like me) who are prone to deep reflection and feelings of being overwhelmed by the world. Because she understands these special characteristics, which tend to be misunderstood as shyness and dismissed as signs of weakness in our highly competitive society, I thought for sure she'd have something groundbr [...]

    8. I am a huge fan of Dr. Aron having been introduced to her by her ground breaking work studying and understanding highly sensitive persons.As with other books by Dr. Aron, this is full of practical, applicable, engaging information that is directly and immediately applicable to daily life. Also in her usual fashion, she includes exercises and work for the reader to take a deeper dive into their own experience of the material and make a deeper connection to the deep meaning, true value, and direct [...]

    9. I adore Elaine Aron's work. Aron's and Tara Brach's work were my major influence as a therapist. Needless to say I first came across her through the HSP series. I did not have high hope on this seemingly common self help book, but it has very pleasantly exceeded my expectation. The book is a synthesis of various new wave approaches to therapy, one can argue that it is 'just plain old CBT' but it really is not. From what I am seeing, it artfully fulls together techniques and concepts from things [...]

    10. This compelling and simple read of a complex problem makes me want to read Aron's other book entitled, The Highly Sensitive Person. Although, Aron doesn't indicate she is a Jungian, she follows his theory to a T: she calls the inner child, the Innocent; she calls the negative aspects of the archetypes the Protector/Persecutor (btw, Kalshed labeled it the same way); and she describes the awareness and attentiveness to the unconscious as being requisite for a valued self. Very practical, clear and [...]

    11. Previously, I had read the Highly Sensitive Person Elaine Aron because I am one, but this book,The Undervalue Self though I do see myself with some of these qualities, I found myself skimming through parts of the book. As with most self-help books, there are tools that I will be able to use, or tricks of the trade that will help me to steer away from the Undervalued Self. I never found my grove with this book, and there were certain parts that I thought were a little hokey, but overall I liked s [...]

    12. Should return to this one. "Undervalued Self" makes it sound as though one ought to read this book finding oneself in a poor situation mentally and socially- nothing could be further from the truth. Anyone would benefit from this gem. You will see your fellow humans in a new light reading it. A tad self- help'y, but look past that, because wealth of available insight is not to be missed.

    13. Ok, so I skipped good bits of this. Some helpful ideas, but I didn't like the language of "ranking" and "linking" that she used throughout. And the repeated suggestion to have conversations with yourself was just weird.

    14. This book is hard for me. She is explaining some words. For example, "Ranking, Power in the Service of Linking" They are new things for me. Yesterday, I finish read "the book theif". so, I would like to watch the movie~!

    15. As usual with these sort of books 50% is useful, interesting, or thought-provoking and the rest is repetition - in case I hadn't understood a key point. Still, there were useful parts.

    16. Some interesting insights about the effects of linking and ranking in inter-personal relationships. But not a lot of applicable suggestions.

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