“It is every woman’s birthright to live from her true self. Yet instead, women live their lives standing outside themselves, always ready to judge their feelings, their thoughts and their bodies from an external standard and find themselves wanting.”
Women today, more than at any time in history, can do anything and be anything they want to be. So why do so many women still feel like they “lose themselves” somewhere along the way?
Psychologist Helene G. Brenner, Ph.D. has devoted her career to finding the answers to this question–and the solution. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Brenner shows that, aside from all the real-world pressures affecting them, women are responding to an inner psychological legacy, shaped by thousands of years of women’s experiences, that tells them to accommodate, adapt and mold themselves to serve others at their own expense.
Instead of trying to “improve” themselves and change their thoughts and belief systems, Dr. Brenner shows women how to become grounded in an unshakeable source of self-esteem and integrity – their own Inner Voice.
Filled with lively case studies, surprising insights, loads of practical advice and 27 simple yet powerful “innercizes” to help you access and live from your inner voice, this “self-acceptance” book offers women a whole new way to relate to themselves, improve their relationships and create the lives they truly want. Let I Know I’m in There Somewhere show you how to get back in touch—or stay better in touch—with your true self, so you remain in the “driver’s seat” of your life.