Self-Love Workbook for Black Women: Empowering Exercises to Build Self-Compassion and Nurture Your True Self (Paperback)
As a Black woman, the many roles you fill can leave little room to take care of yourself. Prioritize your own joy, healing, and growth with this self-care workbook for Black women, filled with empowering exercises and affirmations that help you nurture your authentic self and thrive.
- Embrace self-love—Lay the foundation for self-love as you reflect on your identity, explore experiences many modern Black women share, and learn what loving yourself truly means.
- Put it into practice—Discover writing prompts, affirmations, and other simple exercises that help you find inner peace and self-confidence.
- Explore key themes—Learn to love where you're at, practice self-compassion, let go of self-doubt, foster your self-worth, and build a community that empowers you.
Give yourself the gift of self-compassion with this uplifting choice in self-care books for Black women.
"Self-Love Workbook for Black Women was written with an unapologetic acknowledgment of the Black woman's duty to unburden her heart by dismantling all forms of oppressive barriers and unshackle from unrequited love to access her holistic healing. Rachel Johnson leverages her therapeutic resources and knowledge of Black women's lived experiences to provide a resource for self-healing and repair. Advocating for the longing of her innermost being, the Black woman can access this text and its beautifully methodical and medicinal instructions to walk along her side through this passage to her true love, Her!" —Keturah Cohren-Albright, MFT, MSW
"Rachel's Self-Love Workbook for Black Women speaks unapologetically to Black women with a wise and compassionate voice. The exercises are effective, practical, and fun to do. Johnson takes what can sometimes feel like heavy and big concepts in personal development and breaks them down to bite-size sections so you can really take the information in. I would recommend this book to all my healing hotties out there!" —Shelah Marie, author of A Positive You: A Personal Growth Journal for Women