• Already Enough

  • A Path to Self-Acceptance
  • By: Lisa Olivera
  • Narrated by: Lisa Olivera
  • Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Identify, understand, and reframe your life story with this “must-read” (Christie Tate, New York Times bestselling author of Group), essential guide for self-acceptance from Lisa Olivera, a therapist, writer, and creator of a wildly popular Instagram account @_LisaOlivera.

When Lisa Olivera was just a few hours old, her birth mother abandoned her behind a rock near Muir Woods in Northern California. She was found and later adopted.

Growing up, Lisa knew she was adopted. She later learned she was abandoned. Like with many adopted children, this led Lisa to wonder: Why did her mother leave her behind? Without answers, Lisa came to believe she was not enough. This story wasn’t true, but it made sense of a confusing experience. It allowed her to move forward. It felt like the only way. Until, with the help of a therapist, Lisa began to tell herself a better story.

If you have ever felt like you didn’t belong, or like you weren’t worthy, or like you weren’t enough, just as you are…it might be time for you to rewrite your story, too. Now a therapist herself, Lisa shows you how.

In Already Enough, Lisa explores how our stories affect us—often much more than we realize. She guides us through reframing our stories so we can remember that we are already enough, just as we are. And she invites us to join her on a transformative journey to healing. “Beautiful, meditative, touching, and hopeful” (Arianna Huffington), Already Enough is a powerful reminder that we are the authors of our own stories. The sooner we decide to write a better story, the sooner we can live a more whole, more meaningful, more nourishing life.

©2022 Lisa Olivera. All rights reserved. (P)2022 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Not a great audio book.

Needed a different reader. No offense, but her natural cadence was distracting. Very up and down and the last word of every sentence has a long draw. Good hard book, not a great audio book.

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POP Phycology Dripping With Wokest Propaganda Save your money! This is what comes from our universitys?

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Soothing, frequent reread

Love the book, the tone, her voice. it's encouraging in a gentle way, relatable anecdotes, not stressful to listen to. I listen as I'm falling asleep and pick up different bits of it each time as I listen on repeat. if you like listening to sleep this is a good one, just the right amount of engaging.

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Vulnerable and inspiring

Highly recommend this book! It’s vulnerable and inspiring, encouraging and challenging, accessible and needed.
I’m grateful for these words.