Words We Carry – Relationships and Self-Esteem #FREE Promotion on Amazon!



Free Book Promotion – My book, Words We Carry will be available for FREE download starting today! If you haven’t already read this book, please help yourself to a copy and read about my thoughts on where lack of self-esteem begins, how we tend to get involved and stay in toxic relationships and a few other nuggets of wisdom I share from some of my own experience.This book will be free from August 11th through August 15th on Amazon.

Words We Carry by D.G. Kaye


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I have been a great critic of myself for most of my life, and I was darned good at it, deflating my own ego without the help of anyone else.”

What do our shopping habits, high-heeled shoes, and big hair have to do with how we perceive ourselves? Do the slights we endured when we were young affect how we choose our relationships now?

D.G. takes us on a journey, unlocking the hurts of the past by identifying situations that hindered her own self-esteem. Her anecdotes and confessions demonstrate how the hurtful events in our lives linger and set the tone for how we value our own self-worth.

Words We Carry is a raw, personal accounting of how the author overcame the demons of low self-esteem with the determination to learn to love herself.


Editorial Review


“D.G. Kaye offers hope to those of us imprisoned by the negativewords and scripts engrained in our minds. Words WeCarry, her own true story, tells us how to re-establish our self-esteem andattract the positive relationships we all deserve!”–Deborah A. Bowman, Author, Publisher, and Advanced ClinicalPsychological Hypnotherapist (ACPH)




Top customer reviews


on June 30, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

This is the second book (but certainly not the last) that I have read by Debby Kaye. In “Conflicted Hearts,” the first of her books that I read, I was amazed at the transparency in which she opened her life to readers. That approach proved effective in helping me to connect with her. I took away much from that reading experience, as I did with this one, “Words We Carry.” In WWC, Debby does it again – bares her life. Using excerpts from her childhood, teenage and young adult years, Debby shares some of the hurtful, shaming and neglectful events, words, and situations that led to her early attachment to low self-esteem. She goes a step further in this book by showing how she divorced low self-esteem by pursuing healthy, authentic relationships and by being intentional with her thoughts and actions. This led her to self-worth, self-acceptance and self-love.


Although I do not share Debby’s exact life experiences, I could relate to so many of the circumstances and harmful words she described. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that many women will relate as so many of our (female) issues stem from our physical appearance. Or rather, our “lack of” as compared to super models or in Debby’s case, her outrageously gorgeous mother. Later In life, Debby learned to counter the mother’s impossible beauty standards. How? She states, “Determination and an inquisitive mind are necessary to rid oneself of anxieties and faulty self-perceptions.” This is just one of the gems she shares with readers. There are others such as this one dealing with ridicule and rejection: “Love thyself.” Simple as a statement but powerful when applied to one’s life.


This is a short read but so full of wisdom, encouragement and self-correction that one read is not enough. Be warned, you may find yourself turning to this book time and time again.


I encourage you to take this walk with Debby as she journeys to self-awareness and confidence. I promise you’ll be rewarded as well.


on August 18, 2016
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Words We Carry available now on Amazon!


Just a little post here to gratefully announce that in the midst of all my madness, I have managed to publish Words We Carry today! It is available on Amazon in digital form and I am expecting to have the paperback version available by week’s end, and of course I will keep you all posted.

In my newest book, Words We Carry, I have delved into my own issues of growing up with a low self-esteem and written about what spurs ourselves to self-criticize and become obsessed with things which all seem to stem from our younger experiences.

The book was written with a focus on women who endure low self-worth and in relaying my own issues and methods of overcoming, I hope to inspire others. I hope everyone can take something from my words and then of course, I look forward to your reviews.

You can find it on Amazon and read an excerpt!

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