The Art of Self-Kindness


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RavenWing’s recommendation: This makes a great ‘just because I love you‘ gift, for that someone in your life who needs reminding that they shine brightly, that they are worthwhile, that they are important – we all need a little reminder of that now and then.

“Kindly and gently, forward…”

This book is for you, the one with sensitivity as a super-power, though you’re still learning to offer it to yourself.
You, the first to share a kind word with others even when you’re not gentle on yourself.
You, known for your generosity but who forgets to give to yourself.
This book is in your hands now because it’s time to befriend yourself.

Dr Rebecca Ray is a writer, speaker and clinical psychologist. She invites you into the practice of self-kindness as the bravest of human art forms. Cast aside the bullet-point lists or assembly instructions in favour of self-care that seeks flow over force and progress over prescription. Come on a journey back to yourself through the art of self-kindness.

About the Author
Rebecca Ray is an author, speaker and clinical psychologist, whose message centres on the task of living bravely in the truth of our experiences as finders and seekers of meaning and connection. She has over 15 years’ experience as a clinical psychologist, and specialises in the treatment of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. Rebecca is the author of The Universe Listens to Brave and Be Happy: 35 Powerful Habits for Personal Growth and Well-Being. She can be found online daily, interacting with her community about finding courage and living inspired, expansive lives while going gently on ourselves.

Weight 375 g
Dimensions 14.5 × 1.8 × 18.5 cm


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