WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SELF MEETS ESTEEM?
Connecting Young Girls to the Power of Self-Love
Author Angela Clay
Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — Send out the invitations, blow out the candles, and get excited! Why? Because when self meets esteem, a great celebration begins within! Self-Esteem Enthusiast, Angela Clay (www.angelaclay.com) and the author of Loving The Me I See (www.amazon.com) is on the move promoting positive self-esteem and challenging young girls from all walks of life to begin loving the me that they see and accept the amazing core of who they were created to be. Clay believes that building and maintaining positive self-esteem allows young girls to connect to the power of self-love and self-respect, which she believes creates a healthy profile of positive self-esteem.
Studies have found that one-third to one-half of adolescents struggle with low self-esteem, especially in early adolescence (Harter, 1990; Hirsch & DuBois, 1991). The results of low self-esteem can be temporary, but in serious cases can lead to various problems, including depression, anorexia nervosa, delinquency, self-inflicted injuries, and even suicide.
Inspirational writer and advocate for girls’ positive self-esteem best define author Angela Clay. Her must-read book, Loving The Me I See, takes adolescent girls on a self-defining and empowering self-esteem excursion. Loving The Me I See is an easy read but full of empowering self-esteem nuggets and compelling information. Young girls and women across the country are raving about this thought-provoking book. Its positive impact on girls has transformed into an educational and enlightening girls’ self-esteem workshop. The Loving The Me I See Workshop challenges young girls to address self-esteem issues in a nondiscriminatory, nonjudgmental setting. Readers and workshop participants are intrigued and entertained. But most of all, they become educated by this well-crafted book and dynamic workshop.
Cheryl Smith, Executive Editor at The Dallas Weekly, said “With all the emphasis on other images proliferating throughout the media, a book like Loving The Me I See is a refreshing and welcome change, worthy of being a bestseller.” Jade Richardson, a sixth-grade student at the Whitney Institute in Warwick, Bermuda, says: “Loving The Me I See is a book that challenges young girls to express themselves and to come from behind the curtain.”
Angela Clay is a vivacious self-esteem enthusiast. Her tenacious drive, full of life spirit and relentless compassion for helping young girls with their total self-concept, keeps her in popular demand delivering power-packed presentations at schools, churches, and community organizations. If you would like to purchase a copy of author Angela’s inspirational book, go to http://www.amazon.com.
For more information about author ANGELA CLAY, visit her Web site at www.angelaclay.com. If you’d like more information about the 2010 LOVING THE ME I SEE Girls’ Self-Esteem Workshop or to schedule an interview with author Angela Clay, please contact Charlotte Williams at 214.762.9725 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.