You deserve to love your life! I know so many people who hate their lives. In fact, I have felt this way about my own life a time or two. The truth is, whatever you dislike about your life, you must change. What causes us to hate our lives? There are many factors that can contribute to feeling as if you hate your life. Not living out your life's purpose; an unfulfilling job; a bad relationship; not having enough money; being single or feeling alone; not using your gifts and talents. These are all factors that can be changed. You have the power within you to change your life; but first you must heal from past relationships, hurts, and misfortunes in life by learning to love yourself better. Love Yourself, Love Your Life! The Self-Love Handbook is a simple guide on making that assessment and taking an inventory of your personal life. It is geared toward single people; but this book is also for those in love relationships or marriages. No matter what type of relationship in which you are involved, the interactions will always be a reflection of what's going on inside of you. The goal is to maintain a harmonious relationship with yourself, with God and your environment, and with others.
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About the Author
Raechel "Dr. Rae" Rivers was born, raised, and currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri. She has enjoyed writing since childhood, but her love for it grew even stronger during her college years. Ms. Rivers completed an Ed.S., Educational Specialist degree, in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2011. Dr. Rae is a Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Love Coach; and consults in the K-12 and Higher Education communities through her company Embrace-U, LLC. The purpose of the organization is to teach youth and young adults about self-love and pursuing their life's purpose and passions. Its motto is "Embrace You; A Lifestyle to Be You". Additionally, Ms. Rivers is the CEO and Founder of a non-profit organization, Embrace Women's Foundation, which assists college women and graduates with transitions to the workforce.