A significant number of people yearn for acceptance and experience significant self-doubt, which inhibits the joy of living a purpose filled life.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) June 07, 2016
Low self-esteem? Learn to love yourself by embracing your God-given gifts.
Countless people yearn for acceptance and experience self-doubt, which inhibits the joy of living a purpose-filled life. In his new book, “The House and the Hedge,” author Stuart W. Leigh provides readers with a practical tool to help reassure self worth and teach them to embrace the gifts God has provided.
Throughout the book, Leigh uses the metaphor of the “hedge” to describe the cumulative psychological barriers developed due to the effects of watershed life moments – the moments that define who we are in the world through our emotions, values, beliefs and self-image.
“The second of God’s commandments presents a challenge to all of us as we deal with the complexes build during our upbringing, and as a result of many life changing circumstances and decisions that we make as we live life,” Leigh said. “A significant number of people yearn for acceptance and experience significant self-doubt, which inhibits the joy of living a purpose filled life.”
Leigh dealt with a broken home life that led to confusion and a low self-worth as he grew older. Following an epiphany, he made peace with the person God had made him to be, and realized he could help others by sharing the lessons he learned throughout these troublesome years.
“In that [epiphany] moment, I understood that I was good enough,” Leigh said. “God loved me just as I was; after all, He created me.”
For more information, visit thehouseandthehedge.com.
The House and the Hedge
By Stuart W. Leigh
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow
About the author
Stuart Leigh is a Christian senior business executive who has successfully managed businesses both in South Africa and the United States. He has graduate and postgraduate degrees in mechanical engineering and a postgraduate degree in business administration. He was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, into a typical middle-class family and is the oldest of four children. Most of his youth was spent in Johannesburg, South Africa, with three years spent in Kitwe, Zambia. Stuart immigrated to the United States in 1998 and now lives in Newport Beach, California, with his second wife. He has two children and two stepchildren-two of whom are married-and two grandchildren.
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