Practices, habits, and tools to learn how to actually like yourself
Feeling Better: A Field Guide to Liking Yourself
What would it be like to actually like yourself?
When other people talk about self-love, does the concept of even liking yourself seem confusing and impossible? Or maybe it feels like there is a heavy weight in your heart, on your back, or in your mind at all times, one that tells you that you’re worthless and unlovable.
This is, to put it lightly, a pretty unpleasant way to live.
Andrea should know, she spent most of her life with that weight. Now, somehow, she actually likes herself (and maybe even loves herself).
Feeling Better: A Field Guide to Liking Yourself is a collection of concrete practices, habits, and tools to teach your brain and heart one basic truth: that you are an awesome and wholly valuable person.
Consider it a trip report to healing from someone who’s been there.
Andrea Loewen is a writer, theatre-maker, and choreographer in Vancouver, BC.
Andrea is passionate about helping to build a world where people are able to better understand themselves and each other, leading to a more open, connected, and hopeful society. She does this primarily through her work in theatre and her writing.
When she’s not sharing stories through the magic of theatre, she does it through her writing, contributing to a variety of publications including Loose Lips Magazine, Just Dance! Magazine, Vancouver Presents, as well as her own site, The Receptionist Blog.
Her first book, Feeling Better: A Field Guide to Liking Yourself, releases February of 2019.