Soul Selfish Book Review


Title: Soul Selfish

Author: Jane Wyker

Publisher: Lioncrest Publishing

Genre: Non Fiction

Release Date: May 27, 2016

Buy Links: Amazon


Jane Wyker’s memoir Soul Selfish shows the way to happiness comes from within instead of looking to others to supply it.

Jane remained a ”good girl” into her mid-thirties, bent on pleasing others in the hope of receiving love. This all changed when she embarked on a courageous and passionate inner journey that led her to ownership of her talents, self-reliance and self-love.

Through insightful and spiritually uplifting stories, Jane invites us on her passage from “good girl” to empowered woman, as she slays the personal demons that many have yet to confront.

Let Jane’s journey inspire the possibility for you to become soul selfish, ever more willing to connect to your truth — your soul.

My Thoughts:

Soul Selfish is a book that most of us can relate to. The author shares with us her life and how she was a people pleaser. She would do things she did not particularly wish to do in order to make others happy.

Do you have the habit of doing this as well? I know I do. It’s been a struggle my whole life. I would try to do things to make others happy at the risk of my own happiness.

We all have to remember to stop and take time to do things that make us happy. If we don’t fuel our own happiness we can’t be the very best person we can be for our loved ones.

It’s not being mean or selfish to say no, and to take time for yourself. It’s actually a gift for our loved ones. If we have time to relax and recharge we are at our best for them.

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