Frédéric Fanget

Dare! Publication date : April 23, 2006

How can you gain self-confidence? What can you do to stop constantly seeking others’ approval? How can you learn to appreciate your own worth? Is it possible to learn to become less self-demanding? What can you do to gain sufficient confidence in yourself so that you feel you can succeed in your endeavours?
Lack of self-confidence is not inevitable — even if you’ve suffered from it since childhood, argues Frédéric Fanget. Backed by his long experience as a psychotherapist, as well as by scientific writings on self-confidence, he offers us here a three-pronged psychotherapeutic method to increase self-confidence. This is a method that can be followed by anyone who wishes to learn to start liking himself, to get rid of self-doubts and to improve relations with others.

“A concrete, pedagogical path, which is accessible to everyone.” Psychologies

Frédéric Fanget is a medical psychiatrist and psychotherapist. He is the author of Toujours mieux: Quand vouloir trop bien faire empêche de faire (2006), Affirmez-vous! Pour mieux vivre avec les autres (2002).