Everyone's a Critic : How we can learn to be kind to ourselves

Everyone's a Critic : How we can learn to be kind to ourselves

Regular price £10.99

Julia Bueno

Category: Self Help / Relationships

Format: Paperback / softback

Publication date: 5/4/23

Publisher: Virago Press Ltd

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 208 pages

Weight: 188

Dimensions: 127 x 198 x 18

Do you beat yourself up after making a mistake? Do you treat yourself worse than you would a good friend?If these questions strike a chord, it's likely that you contend with unhealthy self-criticism. This mental habit is the cause of so much emotional suffering, and lies at the root of most of the problems that psychotherapists and counsellors encounter. In Everyone's a Critic, psychotherapist Julia Bueno shares seven case studies, inspired by her practice. They explore some of the reasons why we learn to turn against ourselves, encourage readers to be more curious about their self-critic, and inspire a practice of greater self-compassion instead. Praise for Everyone's a Critic:'Julia Bueno explores such an important topic, and one that holds so many people back: our inner critic. This book discusses where it may come from and, through case studies, how we can rewrite the script. Gently enquiring, authoritative and reassuring.' Annalisa Barbieri'A quiet revelation: an investigation into the lacerating self-criticism many of us unleash upon ourselves without even being aware of it. One thinks, feels and learns. A compelling and important book.' Hannah Betts, journalist'This is most certainly not a self-help book to beat yourself up with. Julia Bueno explains how self-criticism affects many of us and digs far deeper than the usual social-media-blaming... It's an important, timely book that many will benefit from reading and acting upon.' Louise Chunn, founder of therapist-matching site Welldoing'If you've ever felt that little voice - or a very loud one - at the back of your mind telling you you're no good, Julia Bueno's book is the ideal way to answer back.' Harry Mount, editor of the Oldie