Tired of stupid unrealistic self help babble?

… or those free e-books that are four pages long and filled with generic garbage you could have easily googled yourself?

… well so am I.

So I’ve spent the last week writing 11,000 words [40 pages] of practical down-to-earth information on how to reach that elusive place where you love yourself.

Two and a half years ago I had everything that was supposed to make me happy — I was the leanest I’d ever been, I had an amazing well paid job at Sydney Opera House and I’d been married for fourteen years. But something was missing in my life. Inside I was miserable and I’d often end up sobbing in the shower.

I compared myself to other women who were always skinnier, younger and more beautiful than me. Aside from one or two friends who lived out of town, I felt totally alone. I finally hit rock bottom in September 2009 when, as a result of dieting and exercising obsessively, I ended up in a binge/starve cycle that was destroying my life.

I didn’t just wake up one day and declare “hey I’m awesome” and turned things around. I worked through my relationships with other people and as a result my relationship with myself improved as if by magic. I was incapable of loving myself at the start so I loved other people instead — first the bus driver, then my co-workers, then my friends and family and finally my intimate relationship. I fell in love with myself without even trying.

As you may know, things didn’t go quite as I expected. I gave up dieting, I had an affair, I left my marriage, and my husband committed suicide. But even though my life turned to shit, the aching hunger in the pit of my belly was gone. And now I know, no matter what happens, I can survive it because I’ve figured out that being authentic empowers me to live a life of love under any circumstances.

The Love Matrix digital experience is written exactly like my blog posts ~ only way longer and much more personal than anything I’ve ever revealed before. 

Digital Experience

PS: My business coach says it’s too much to give away for free. This might be the only chance you get to read it for nothing!

~Click here to get your free copy~

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About KatieP

Embracing my midlife sexy while exploring modern love & relationships • Devoted to all things beautiful • Master of Arts in creative writing & non-fiction writing

11 thoughts on “Tired of stupid unrealistic self help babble?

  1. Wow, just wow, I read this blog post just when I needed it. I am going through such a life-change at the moment, and after nearly a year of therapy, am really getting to know myself – one of the things I have learnt is that I do not love who I am. It’s something I am working on daily – your post inspired me because it made me realise that it IS possible.

    Thank you, Katie.

  2. There are many people who go on giving self help preachings and I bet these are the people who have hardly experienced anything in life. For me, I feel that you have undergone much pain in life and if I can take a piece from you it would be much helpful. Thanks for the ebook. Take Care.

  3. Katie, I can’t tell you how excited I am to read your e-book! Thank you for all of your hard work – not only in this book, but clearly in your life which became the source of knowledge for your book. You are such an inspiration to me, and to everyone you meet, I am sure.


  4. Katie,
    Is there a place where I can purchase your e-book? I’ve spent the last hour reading your blog and it’s exactly what I need to hear. I googled “i’ve given up on myself” thinking I’d find tips about weight loss and becoming the person I wanted to be and instead found your blog. Not what I was looking for, but definitely what I needed/wanted. I’d love to read your e-book if there’s a way. So many thanks!

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