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The Joy of Me: New Book Explores the Art of Being Selfish

The Joy of Me: New Book Explores the Art of Being Selfish

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“Timeless, profound, compelling, and transforming with a new twist on the importance of self.” —Carol Guild, author of The Success Myth

“If you’re seeking more happiness, joy, fulfillment, and true inner peace, this book will show you how to do it.” —Jack Canfield, co-author of The Success Principles

We all know that it’s “wrong” to be selfish. But the truth is that being selfish can be necessary to ensure your own health and well-being. By putting ourselves first and making personal fulfillment a priority, we are better equipped to help others—by first helping ourselves.

The Joy of Me brings readers to a greater sense of self-confidence and willpower, by teaching how to focus on their own wants and needs. Using a uniquely intuitive combination of psychology and spirituality, The Joy of Me shows how to let go of false expectations, obligations, and identities you may have taken on, while embracing the true measure of your worth.

We are all capable of unconditional love, provided that we first learn to love ourselves. Let The Joy of Me will show you how!

shaelynABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr. Shaelyn Pham is a licensed psychologist, author and speaker with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.

She has a busy private practice in Los Angeles, CA as the principal and founder of Psychological Services & Holistic Health, Inc., where she enjoys helping her clients find love and success in all areas of their lives. Dr. Pham has been practicing psychology for over a decade and has helped thousands of people.

Find out more at drshaelynpham.com.

 

 

 

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THE JOY OF ME
Written by Shaelyn Pham, Ph.D.
978-1-57826-642-5, $16.99 paperback

Published from Hatherleigh Press.
Distributed through Penguin Random House.
Available wherever books are sold.

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