Camilla Sacre-Dallerup’s third book, It’s Not You, It’s Me, is arguably her best work yet.
The best-selling author, athlete, media personality and life coach deep-dives into healing the most important relationship you’ll ever have: the relationship with yourself.
Deeply believing that life’s obstacles are sent to us as opportunities to evolve and learn from, Camilla has dedicated her new work to empowering the reader.
Arming you with practical tools, exercises and meditations to shift your mindset and move you closer to healing any wounds that may be blocking you in life, Camilla helps you to rise out of painful situations with resilience, strength and understanding.
Walking alongside you as a friend and confidant, Camilla mindfully guides you through a journey of self-awareness and self-acceptance, to arrive at a destination of self-love and self-care.
Identifying these as the four key pillars to healing, finding your way home within and forming a better relationship with yourself, Camilla compassionately imparts her wisdom in an honest, powerful and practical way.
Following the great success of her first two best-selling books, Strictly Inspirational and Reinvent Me, Camilla is a shining light who lives her truth and walks the talk.
Channelling all the knowledge, skills and tools she has accumulated as a professional life coach and thought leader, Camilla helps her reader confront their challenges and reach their full potential. It’s Not You, It’s Me is a profound and life-changing book which will leave a powerful and lasting impact upon you.
As you expectantly turn the page, you quickly realise Camilla’s advice is through first-hand experience. Allowing herself to be vulnerable in this compelling read, Camilla bares her soul – sharing her personal and intimate musings, learnings and experience.
Relatable, raw and real, Camilla gently guides her reader on an inspirational journey – rather than schooling to change your errant ways.
Diving into the pages of It’s Not You, It’s Me it becomes abundantly clear this book is another deeply personal labour of love, truth and authenticity.
From as early as the introduction, Camilla lays out her first challenge, urging us to take responsibility for our own actions and behaviour in our relationships with others, and most particularly to avoid the blame game. It is impossible to read this book, and not come away unchanged.