Press Release – A Journey To Becoming Your Own Best Friend


01 May 2015 | Narrabeen

MOTERWRITER.COM reviews the latest hit book – A Journey To Becoming Your Own Best Friend

An absolute must-read for anyone wanting to grow personally and spiritually

Karen Chaston’s book ‘A Journey To Becoming Your Own Best Friend’ helps you in discovering your one all season friend, i.e. you. Women have historically put other people’s interest before her own, especially if they are someone she cares about. But this sort of behavior often has a detrimental effect on the woman’s physical and emotional growth. Karen shows us how through simple actions and determined decisions, one can bring about monumental changes to one’s life. The personal stories and anecdotes shared by the author re-affirm the truth in the messages she has shared in this book.

Written by a well-informed author, the style is highly informal and yet it’s a fun and informative book. The author reveals simple tips by how one can tap into your inner consciousness to improve all areas of your life. The wonderful thing about this book is that it can be bought and read by not just women themselves but also by the men in these women’s lives. They can read this book and discover ways in which they can motivate the women in their lives, to help them empower themselves. It’s not a book that offers a quick fix solution but it’s more like a life-long friend that you can keep coming back to for some solid advice. An important message a woman should always keep in mind is to value yourself highly and only then will others treat you the way you deserve to be treated.

“While we may always have our share of good lovers and friends on the outside, it’s important that we become our own best friend first, a friend who only spreads positivity and happiness.”

“I’m sure this book will have something in it for everyone. The simple tasks & rituals mentioned are easy to follow,” Karen told us when we interviewed her in connection with the book’s promotion. When we spoke with a few readers at a popular online book forum, they said that they really loved this book and exclaimed that even a single reading has the power to change your thinking. They also complimented the way it was written and added that it came with no strings attached and no obligation to adhere to any particular dogma. One of the readers Abigail said “This book has given me hope and strength to deal with life. I keep this book with me every day and when I’m feeling down I take this book and it just lifts my mood and makes my day so much better!” Kevin Peter who reviewed the book for said that ‘A Journey To Becoming Your Own Best Friendwasn’t a feminist book, in fact it’s a book that shows you how to connect with the divinity & sanity within yourself, to help you draw strength & power from it. “This book is wonderfully written, easy to read and follow and it helps you to discover strengths you never knew you had.”

About the author:

Karen Chaston; wife, mother, author, speaker, former CFO publicly listed company, BraveHeart Women Resonator. Surprisingly, it took her son’s death for her to become more aware, grateful, healthier, energized and live in her Essence. Whilst Karen was perceived to be very successful, actually she was living a ground hog day existence, working, eating, and drinking too much, always in fight mode, her masculine totally denying her feminine side, running on empty, not fulfilled, not understanding that adrenalin in a woman’s body causes burnout, exhaustion, and disconnectedness.
Karen now spends her days inspiring women to become their own best friend and live in their Essence. Creating more “conscious entrepreneurs”; who allow heart and soul, with knowledge and expertise, to guide their businesses. Connect with her at –

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