• Emotional Self Care for Black Women

  • A Powerful Program to Help You Raise Your Self-Esteem, Quiet Your Inner Critic, and Overcome Your Shame
  • By: B. True
  • Narrated by: Krystina Bailey
  • Length: 3 hrs and 48 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (94 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learn to Say Yes to Yourself and Your Needs

When people are new to self-care, they tend to assume that it mostly means personal grooming, long hours in a bathroom, manicures and yoga sessions.... And they’re not wrong! Self-care does include those things.

But when you think well, self-care runs much deeper than just a bubble bath - it includes emotional self-care as well. Since life has become increasingly harder for everyone these days, here, in this book, I’m going to talk exactly about it.

In this wonderful guide, you’ll learn:

The Importance of Taking Care of Yourself

Part One: The Body

  • Tips For Taking Care of Yourself in the Morning and In the Evening
  • Self-Image
  • 10 Exams Every Woman Should Take
  • The Importance of Sleeping Well
  • A Contribution from Nature
  • Beauty Sleep
  • Physical Activity
  • The Importance of Eating Well
  • Tips For Your Hair
  • Skin Care Tips

Second Part: The Mind

  • Emotional Malaise
  • Build Serenity
  • Love Yourself
  • Forgive Yourself
  • Establishing Boundaries
  • Emotions
  • Claim Your Space
  • Getting Rid of Toxic People
  • And Much, Much More!

In this revolutionary book you’ll find activities that help you connect, process, and reflect on a full range of emotions.

Buy now, and be a happy today!

©2021 B. True (P)2021 B. True

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Narration is a put off

The narrator sounds like they are reading a book to a 2nd grade class. There is a lack of emotion in the voice that is really throwing me off. Returning for a refund.

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Narrator is hard to follow

I could tell the material in this book was going to be helpful to me and my current situation. Very informative and valuable information. But at points I found myself getting frustrated at the narrations. It could sound a bit choppy, or robotic as if they were reading straight from the page. It made it hard for me to actively listen to engage and follow without having to physically read. The book, I will be reading again because it is great material…but maybe try in a hard copy. it could’ve just me.

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I thought would be an encouragement segment. It felt like making people aware of the self discriminatory things we still face everyday. I needed something more of on the firms of telling us how to deal with these situations

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Positive reaffirming book!

This is one self care book that had my attention from start to finish. The information was well thought out and easy to apply to my daily life. I loved it and recommended to my daughter!

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The book itself was good. The narrator was awful. Sounded rehearsed or almost like a robot.

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Hard to listen to!

I was excited to listen to this book but I could not even get 5 minutes into the book because of the delivery. I’m now trying to figure out how to return it for something else because this is not it! It may have good content but the reader needs to be more polished!

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True B are you a black woman?

This audio book is not focused on areas and steps to take to increase emotional awareness. This audio book recites statistics and negative stereotypes more geared to educate I think ? The reader does not embody the feelings or voice of a Black woman. She is totally disconnected from what she speaks about.

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Terrible narrating

The narrator is terrible and so I can’t listen past the first 10 minutes. Trying to see if I can get my credit back for this foolishness

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I really wanted to like it

This book is truly a disappointment. The story itself does not inspire nor ignite anything within me and it’s sad because as a black woman embarking on a healing journey I thought it would be a good listen as I journal, however that was not the case. If the story itself wasn’t bad enough then we have the narrator. I’m sorry but her voice takes away from what little bit you may be able to get out of this book. With a title like this “emotional self care for black women” you’d probably expect a more mature voice, like that of a southern auntie or even grandmother and this narrator sounds like a young woman in her twenties who has not yet crossed a lot of the trials we often times do as black women throughout our journey. I generally never leave reviews but for this book I had to because I don’t want anybody else to waste their money, credit or time.

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