You're not enough (and that's okay) : escaping the toxic culture of self-love
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[New York] : Sentinel, [2020].
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9780593083840
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194 pages ; 19 cm
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Published
[New York] : Sentinel, [2020].
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Book
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English
ISBN
9780593083840

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"Is the pressure to "lean in," "wash your face," and believe you are a "badass" actually making you miserable? Well, there's good news: you don't have to give in. When faced with disappointment, self-doubt, and failure, we rely on positivity mantras and upbeat Bible verses to relieve our anxiety. But instead of easing our emotional burden, the pressure to love ourselves more actually makes it worse. Even so, the idea that unconditional self-love can cure all that ails us is tempting and easy to rationalize. It's time to admit to ourselves what we already know: we are not smart enough; we are not beautiful enough; we are not tough enough; we are not good enough. And that's okay, because God is. Allie Beth Stuckey, a young mother, Christian, and conservative thought leader, was once herself sucked into the Cult of Self-Love--and knows that you probably have been too. In this book, she shows you how to identify and combat the toxic, exhausting myths our culture encourages with Scripture and traditional values like personal responsibility, self-sacrifice, and grit. For instance: Myth: There is no objective truth. Truth: We'll never feel personally fulfilled if we have no moral benchmark at which to aim. Myth: Life is all about me. Truth: When our highest priority is our own comfort and success, we end up alienating family and friends. Myth: Happiness is the goal. Truth: Since good vibes don't last forever, they're not sufficient criteria for personal purpose and meaning. Blending timeless wisdom and biblical truths, Stuckey shows how these sneaky, pervasive myths threaten women and fuel victimhood culture--from social justice warriors to radical feminism and the new wave of socialism. Stuckey dismantles these myths step-by-step and offers strategies that can help you move past them--and undo the damage they've done"--,Provided by publisher.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Stuckey, A. B. (2020). You're not enough (and that's okay): escaping the toxic culture of self-love . Sentinel.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Stuckey, Allie Beth. 2020. You're Not Enough (and That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-love. Sentinel.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Stuckey, Allie Beth. You're Not Enough (and That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-love Sentinel, 2020.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Stuckey, Allie Beth. You're Not Enough (and That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-love Sentinel, 2020.

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