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If You Loved Yourself, What Would You Do Now? by Eilat Aviram is about learning to love the self in all areas: mind, body, health, sex, money, food, work, and parenting. The author shares personal experiences, real stories, and exercises to help readers connect with the concept of self-love easily and increase their self-love. Lack of love is bad and it is as fundamental to development just as any nutritional food. This book will guide readers to love themselves, make different choices, enjoy food and find the right weight, have better health, sex, and relationships, and many other factors that will help them change their lives for the better.
If You Loved Yourself, What Would You Do Now? by Eilat Aviram is a good book to delve into the self and see where changes need to be made for a positive transformation. This can help readers to meet their personal needs and use the tools to communicate effectively with the self and others. The exercises are extremely useful to readers to get to know their personal selves, thereby finding healing, comfort, and peace in life. I like the author's approach to the topic - she makes it interactive and pulls in readers to participate so they can decide on their daily decisions to make their lives fulfilling and satisfactory. Everything about this book is captivating - the concept, the author's words, and the formatting - and it is definitely a book that can be added to one's personal collection.