Book: Words We Carry - Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem by D.G. Kayecategories: Book, Women's Nonfiction, Self-Esteem, Overcoming Adversity, Negative Body Image, Personal Growth, Emotional Baggage, Hurt and Anxiety, Childhood Teasing, Memoir
D.G. Kayeabout this book: "I have been a great critic of myself for most of my life, and I was darned good at it, deflating my own ego without the help of anyone else."
My newest book, Words We Carry - Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem, focuses around women's self-esteem issues. My essays focus on my own experiences I suffered from my younger years when I was left to feel inadequate and harbored a deep inferiority complex.
Being a memoir, the stories are told through my own personal struggles, and I share the methods I used to try and conquer my own feelings of low self-esteem.
The stories progress with the impact that the residual damages have on our feelings of insecurity as we carry through into life and relationships.
Women of all ages can relate to this book. Ridicule nor abuse of any sort should ever be tolerated. My goal when writing was to share and empower women who have endured similar events in their own lives.
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