Be the most confident version of yourself.
How would you act if you didn't care what people thought?
Who would you be if you knew for sure that you were worthy, loved and accepted?
What would you do if you knew failure was just a stepping-stone, not a final resting place?
How much more time and energy would you have if you could confidently say no and ask for what you want?
Brave New Girl is a straightforward guide to building more self-belief and reducing the need to people-please.
It is commonly thought that confidence is something we either have or don't have, but hypnotherapist Chloe Brotheridge shows how it can be built.
As a clinical hypnotherapist who has helped hundreds of clients with anxiety, Chloe uses her own stories, scientific research and the experiences of other women to show you how you can build your self-belief - and spend less time worrying or people-pleasing. She will help you feel more confident, show you how you can reach your full potential and teach you how to assertively set boundaries for a happier, healthier you.
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I cannot recommend this book enough. It is so helpful and full of practical tips for "feeling the fear and doing it anyway". Chloé's narration is a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for this amazing audiobook.
- Tuesday Wilson
This book is full of practical, concrete steps
First found Chloe on Instagram and found her videos to be really helpful. Decided to get this in audiobook format and what a great decision! Loving this book so far - have been listening to it on morning runs and it's the first anxiety book I've bought that really hones in on the specific type of anxiety women experience. It's such a great way to start the day. The experiences are SO relatable that you feel like she's speaking directly to you, and she has such a pleasant, calming voice to boot.
The relevancy of the situations and experiences she discusses make the content that much more impactful and likely to stick with you. I had a good chuckle yesterday when I was running at the beach while listening to her talk about the importance of saying no to things, when I was accosted by a tourist holding a bouquet and asking me to take her picture. I obliged, even though it was a hassle and turned into a weird photoshoot of her frolicking in the waves and picking up seaweed. Normally, I would just go about my day lamenting how awkward situations always seem to find me. This time, I resumed her book and picked up listening to this section about saying no to things we don't want to do. Instead, I had a sort of "Aha moment", realizing I kind of just let that whole weird situation unfold because I hate saying no and feeling like I'm hurting someone's feelings. Had another moment of clarity this morning when she was talking about different things to say instead of "sorry", which is unfortunately a default word I'm always using.
This book is full of practical, concrete steps you can start taking to address the very specific anxieties we experience as females. Some of it certainly feels scary at first, but Chloe always seems to frame it in a reassuring, manageable way - providing various solutions for you to choose from. For this anxious lady brain, it's exactly what I needed in my life right now!