“My Dog Got Run Over By A Rainbow”is Newest Self-Esteem Book By Bestselling Author Richard Kuhns

May 8, 2018

Author Richard Kuhns releases newest book, “My Dog Got Run Over By A Rainbow” which offer groundbreaking new ways to combat self-esteem issues by breaking long held self-worth myths.

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Author Richard Kuhns B.S.Ch.E has announced the launch of his latest book entitled, "My Dog Got Run Over By A Rainbow" to help combat the epidemic of self-esteem issues that plague people from every ethnic and socio-economic background. The title refers to the childhood death of his beloved mixed breed dog, Smokey, which sent him spiraling down his own path of negative self-conscious behavior until he discovered the key to creating your own reality lies in the form of a rainbow.

The book is packed with powerful new concepts that can help anyone overcome the fears, disappointments, and failures associated with childhood self-consciousness without allowing them to control the way people feel about their inner self. This is embodied in his teaching method that states:

“True self worth is never the result of having money or success. Personal growth with true self worth comes with knowing and liking yourself even though you may not live up to your expectations.”

"My Dog Got Run Over By A Rainbow” breaks down the long held myths of using success to inflate one’s self esteem and formulates a new model which goes to the heart of what loving thyself is all about. The book is based on years of research he has accumulated from working with hundreds of clients and how he has been able to get them to convert their longstanding disappointments and failures into rainbow experiences.

What sets his book apart from other books about self-esteem?

While other books concentrate on improving self worth by making yourself better (as if you are defective) he focuses on the idea that disappointments can be devastating to one’s self-esteem and purpose, or they can be like rainbows in the sky leading you to new opportunities, purpose, adventures, and a high level of self esteem.

Richard says, “Life is often more about the plans that fall through than it is about the plans we make. The ticket to building self worth is to feel and experience the disappointments (the anger, frustration, upset, and so on without blaming yourself) and choosing to like yourself in the process.”

His book centers around 3 Core Components of healthy self-esteem:

· · Learn how to love yourself when you fall short of your expectations.

· Leap beyond the “Old Hat” Power of Positive Thinking to reality thinking to build self-esteem.

· Learn how to be your own best friend instead of your worst enemy.

Richard has established groundbreaking methods that help people develop healthy self esteem by concentrating on liking the true self instead of basing life on who you are, what you have, what you do or what you become.

Here are just a few of his many testimonials regarding his new methods of building self -esteem:

“The concepts talked about in My Dog Got Run Over By A Rainbow completely changed the way I think and feel about myself. I’ve been trying so hard to become successful in life and my failures almost destroyed my self-confidence. I finally realized I was doing it for all the wrong reasons. I don’t have to worry about how others see me now. It is how I see myself which is more important.” - Barry Ferguson

“I feel so good every day now and I really want to share the change this program has brought me with others. Get it right now. Don't wait or put it off... it is AWESOME “ -Stephanie Monte

More details about the book along with further articles by Richard about building self-esteem can be found at:


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