Of course this is a follow up to Hay's bestseller "You Can Heal Your Life".
Before the law of attraction we had Louise's affirmations. I have my personal problems with affirmations as most often than not they feel just like empty repetitions because, obviously, we don't believe in them. If we did, we wouldn't be trying to change our beliefs.
What's diferent in this book is that she goes a bit deeper on popular subjects such as body, relationships, work, etc.
It's particularly interesting the chapter dedicated to wise women. After all, we tend to be the market for self help products. Hay does her best in her book to empower women, knowing first hand that the ones who feel belittled make all sorts of poor choices in all areas but particularly relationships.
Her message is: love yourself if you want to get the love of a good man. In her words: "Often we look for the 'ideal man' to solve all of our problems (...) It is time to become the 'ideal woman' for ourselves"
She gives sound advice to look after yourself and get a life. That in itself will not guarantee you will find a good mate but will certainly put you on much highr ground if you do.
In her relationships chapter she dwells again in this concept that the relationship you have with yourself will be reflected in your other relationships, not just romantic ones. This chapter is short, repeating concepts from previous chapters and "You Can Heal Your Life".
It's a fast, easy read. Her concepts can take considerably longer to put in practice yet it is a good try.
If you are new to the Louise Hay thinking, this is a good book to start. If you've read her first bestseller you will find only a few new cocepts. Read only if you are a fan.