Tag: self-esteem

Guest Author D.G. Kaye – Words We Carry -#Selfesteem / Uvi Poznansky

Words We Carry, D.G. Kaye

Today I’m sharing my interview with author Uvi Poznansky. Uvi invited me over to her blog to talk about my book Words We Carry and share my thoughts on the book and  the subject matter, self-esteem.   Your writing encompasses stories taken from events you encountered in your own life, and the lessons you took […]

#BookReview – WORDS WE CARRY by D.G. Kaye #memoir #essay | deborahjay

D.G. Kaye's books

What a lovely surprise to be blog surfing and come across a surprise review of one of my books, Words We Carry, by esteemed author Deborah Jay. It’s such a humbling experience each time I find a review stating that my books have touched someone in some way and offered some hope or inspiration. Reviews […]

3 Simple Words — Building #Selfworth — #Broken #Children

Shattered souls quote by D.G. Kaye

Growing up in a childhood where the words, I love you are seldom heard affects our self-esteem and instills an aversion in children to be able to say these unfamiliar words to others. This pattern usually sets the tone for a feeling of discomfort as they grow older when it comes to having the ability to say those words […]

Fabulous Friday Guest Blogger D. G. Kaye #Aging Gracefully #Selfesteem| The Write Stuff

Reblog and featuring

  I was invited over to Marcia Meara’s blog to do a guest post today, The Write Stuff. I thought I’d write a post about aging gracefully and how it can sometimes affect the way we feel about ourselves with our changing outward appearance. I write a lot about self-esteem issues in my books because I […]

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