Join India's Largest Community of Writers & Readers

Share this product with friends

Self Love Combat Feelings Of Self-Destruction And Suicide

Author Name: Akanksha Rastogi | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

Do you or your close association experience feelings of low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, or suicidal thoughts? Frequently experiencing such thoughts is an alarm to remind - take extra care of yourself. Do not abandon yourself, it is time to love yourself, accept your feelings, talk about them, find ways to deal with them. The book explores multiple dimensions associated with such feelings and discusses practical ways to manage and cope with them. The book is penned to approach this aspect with a focus on self-initiative and explicitly discuss hesitation and unwillingness at each step. An effort to overcome these roadblocks to move on a path of self-love initiates self-healing and helps to gradually mitigate the toxicity of negative thoughts.  This book conveys a strong message of respecting one’s life and induce self -love to overcome suicidal thoughts and depression. 

Read More...
Paperback
Paperback + Read Instantly 140

Inclusive of all taxes

We’re experiencing increased delivery times due to the restriction of movement of goods during the lockdown.

Beta

Read InstantlyDon't wait for your order to ship. Buy the print book and start reading the online version instantly.

Also Available On

Akanksha Rastogi

Akanksha Rastogi is an author and blogger by passion and engineer by profession. Akanksha’s writing is an amalgamation of her deep observations and outlandish creativity. Deeply inspired by her mother, Abha Rastogi, Akanksha has considered the world of words as the most powerful tool for the expression of thoughts and emotions. Akanksha spent her childhood in different cities of U.P. When she started her professional journey with Reliance Industries Limited, Jamnagar, Gujarat, she got an opportunity to meet people from all over India. Akanksha owes a special place for her Jamnagar friends and acquaintances who not only helped her come out of her introvert cocoon but also helped in framing a new dimension of thinking. Though located in Noida at present, she loves to stay connected with her cross-cultural friends. She is of opinion that each one of us faces highs and lows of life and social interactions enable us to perceive the circumstances from different angles. Her non-fiction work is an outcome of several insights into her own life, and those derived from the environment and people around her.

Read More...