Severna Park, MD (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
A new book, “'Me' Time: Finding the Balance Between Helping Others and Helping Yourself," was written for people who tend to take care of others instead of themselves; it encourages them to change their codependent thinking and behaviors. The book takes readers step by step through the process of improving their self-esteem and relationships using quizzes, real-life examples, and suggested action steps.
Women in particular tend to spend much of their time taking care of other people and neglecting themselves. On the other hand, people who find a healthy balance between self-care and care of others find that taking better care of themselves actually enables them to be more helpful and available to others.
The book is practical, straightforward, and easy to follow. Its scenarios and concrete examples help and encourage readers to apply its concepts to their lives, providing real and lasting positive change.
Michele Mowery, a certified health and wellness coach (cHWC), said of the book, “I finished reading the book feeling both freed and empowered. I look forward to incorporating the practical exercises outlined in the book into my own life personally and sharing them professionally with my coaching clients.”
For additional information or for a sample chapter of the book, contact Jennifer Beall. The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com in both print and Kindle formats.
About YourBalance Publishing
YourBalance Publishing is dedicated to just that: helping people find balance in their lives, particularly between taking care of others and taking care of themselves. This includes raising their self-esteem to create a more balanced view of themselves; addressing codependent behaviors to balance others’ feelings and their own; and changing dysfunctional behaviors to bring balance to personal relationships. YourBalance Publishing is an extension of founder Jennifer Beall’s private psychotherapy practice, which focuses on empowering clients to overcome the effects of growing up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional families so they can choose new, more positive ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.