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The instant Sunday Times best seller

Your worth never changed. Your awareness of it did.

A strong understanding of self-worth is crucial to living an authentic and fulfilling life, yet so many of us have lost that sense of who we truly are and what we are worthy of. On the surface, this may look like low confidence, imposter syndrome, chronic busy-ness, exhaustion, overwhelming emotions, fear or anxiety, but at the core, it's low self-worth. 

In her second book, Sunday Times best-selling author and psychotherapist Anna Mathur will set you on a journey towards greater self-worth. Anna uses her personal and professional insight to guide you to a place of balance that will allow you to recognise and appreciate your self-worth, build your self-esteem, grow in confidence and worry less about what other people think. 

Using Anna's own experience of embarking on this journey herself, and spending 10 years facilitating her therapy clients to do the same, Know Your Worth will help you to understand why you feel the way you do, what perpetuates it and what the cost of low self-esteem has been for you. It provides the coping mechanisms, habits and tips that will redirect your self-esteem on a healthy and fulfilling upward spiral and help you to escape the relentless desire to 'be better' and 'do more' with the realisation that perhaps you were actually far more acceptable than you first thought.

©2021 Anna Mathur (P)2021 Hachette Audio UK

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"Anna's wise, uplifting and refreshingly honest words are what every woman needs to read right now." (Fearne Cotton)

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I, I, I,

Great title. Voice of author clear but unpleasant to listen to. Natural rhythm of language spoilt by forceful emphasizing of words. A professional actors voice might give this a better chance.

After so many sentences starting with “I”.....this I , the listener, quit.

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Brilliant book

I wrote a review on Amazon for the book. I also listened to the audio book. it's everything I've always needed to hear. Thank you Anna!

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  • 25-05-21

I thought the authors narration of this book wonderful and it keeps it real

Obviously everyone has their own opinions and personal choices after reading the reviews about great book shame the author narrates herself and we don’t like it, I thought I’d leave my review to say I thought she read it wonderfully. I think it keeps it real and she knows how the book should be read as she wrote it! Her pace is just right and her passion to reach out to her readers comes across as very genuine.
Thank you Anna for a great listen.

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Rose tinted glasses

I found this book to come from a somewhat privileged standpoint. The examples given were though what I felt very rose-tinted lenses and a more privileged way of life. There was no grit to this, no real-life experiences that many people experienced and suffer from. Even examples of issues faced during childhood were so fluffy and rosey I just couldn't relate. Has a very 'mummy' feel to this book too, so if you're not a mother or could be a trigger for you I do not suggest this title. I do not recommend this book if you also suffered from more than minor parental issues as a child. I found it very frustrating.

The author's voice was nice and easy to listen to as a positive.

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Solid advice beautifully presented

Well worth a listen and a practice. Immediately you get the string sense that you are le in safe and sensible hands. Actionable techniques and advice and delivered clearly and with a passion and a genuine compassion for her listeners.

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So glad I went with my gut and purchased

I very nearly never bought this like many im sure as per previous comment.
I loved this book. ❤
So much resonated and it was read by the author which always helps when listening to these books.
I'm going through a BPD diagnosis and the tools and skills from this are great.

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Everyone must read this .... or listen!!

Wow, Anna what a wonderful book! I listened to mind over mother as a mum of two under two years old and Know your worth is just as good if not better.... it is so wonderfully written and beautifully read. I loved every second of it. Thank you for writing this you are an inspiration xx

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Just what I needed

This book was like an insight inside my own brain and it came at just the right time when I'm on a journey to change my mindset. I will be listening again to the chapters that I want to work on first. I will be recommending to others.

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Amazing

An amazing book for anyone that is struggling with anxiety, people pleasing and any other mental health related problem.
It is such a brilliant well written book with step by step guidance to resolving the issues.

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Excellent. Highly recommended!

This is a great book full of new perspectives and very helpful and practical tips. I found some chapters better and more useful than others, but I suppose that depends on whatever you are struggling with personally. Overall, highly recommended.

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Probably the kindest voice in this genre

Sometimes books bash you on your head and tell you with energy that this is what you should do. Not this. This comes at you with such understanding and insight that I catch myself crying in the car while listening to this on the way to work or otw home. It makes you think about your life and doesn't berate or bully you for your feelings. I was fully expecting to drop this somewhere after the first chapter. But I kept listening and listening and before I knew it, it was the end of the book. It was succinct and understanding that the work you do with yourself is long and hard and it's up to you to go at your pace. It is most importantly, kind. The voice is compassionate and can only come from someone who genuinely has struggled herself. Thank you for this. I'll be reading this again. ❤