HARTFORD, Conn., March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Most people want happiness and love, but why do these things seem so elusive? Imagine if we didn't have to be dependent on others to feel loved and valued. Well the good news is, you don't have to imagine any longer!
In 50 years of practice, psychiatrist Dr. Donald Pet says he has found the self-taught skills that will work for anyone and that in 30 days you can learn to love yourself and improve your self-esteem. He asserts that there is no better anti-depressant than the self-confidence that results from unconditionally appreciating yourself and recognizing your own self-worth. Want a WOW bonus? Bully-proof your children. Kids who like themselves are no longer overly sensitive to the unfairness we each experience.
Join Dr. Pet for the 30-Day Love Creation Challenge to learn how easy it can be to change your life in profound ways.
Invite this informative expert to answer:
- What are the benefits of liking yourself unconditionally?
- How can you learn to love yourself in 30 days or less?
- How can you use emotional self-endorsement to create instant self worth?
- Why does society discourage the two most powerful skills that boost self-esteem?
- How can you stay happy when the world doesn't cooperate?
CREDENTIALS: Donald Pet, M.D., is a psychiatrist and an expert in love creation. He is the founder of The Educational Community, a non-profit organization that offers free materials on personal development. Pet has been featured by radio stations nationwide. Press kit is available at www.lovingmenow.org and www.anwot.org.
CONTACT: Donald Pet, M.D., (860) 324-9991 (CT); Email;
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