Mirror, Mirrors tell me NO lies . . .
“Are you really craving for self-love? You should be starving to satisfy that hunger.” When you don’t love yourself, how can you expect another to love you?” And it’s no lie!
So, tastefully gratifying! That is the fulfillment you’ll savor once enriched with those self-discoveries. We each seek to define our own self-love. How does “self-love” actually appear in your life? Don’t let a mirror dictate your destiny. Come, take the journey and discover those self-dimensions.
This essential vehicle teaches the meaning of self-love and its self-awareness about toxicity. Readers will find it is a self-empowerment tool for an awakening to toxicity and their discovery to self-worth; self-esteem; self-acceptance; self-confidence; self-reflection; self-love; and those many other discoveries that enrich one’s path . . . through the journey called “life.”
It’s all part of building a bridge that opens the gateway to finding self-love and bringing to light the ugliness in toxic relationships. The activities introduce and beautify an array of materials that are insightful, educational, enlightening, fulfilling, enriching, and rewarding. Think of it as a detailed script created to help readers redefine their SELF-DISCOVERIES.
After all, success starts with you!
As an award-winning author, Not a Blueprint: It’s the Shoe Prints that Matter is a @bookexcellence Award Finalist! Check it out here: www.bookexcellenceawards.com
Over three decades, Norstrom has unmasked the levels of relationships:
pain; abuse; emotions, diseases; work environments; trauma;
and its poison of unforgiveness. In the artistic world, it is those literary creations that demonstrate a measure of personal growth that magnifies those hurdles conquered - from darkness to survival, even her release from incarceration.
While growing and blossoming, she has maintained a healthier lifestyle . . . staying free of unhealthy relationships. Through her experiences, Norstrom has encountered a complete metamorphosis ─ releasing one identity for another. Living inside this transitional lifestyle she states, “I see myself as that long-blooming, rich flower waiting to attract those butterflies. It is there, I’ve come full circle having realized the dangerous effects of toxicity."
How many of you have recognized we’re living in a broken and crippled society? With knowing that fact, you must give the “self” more attention.
That little boy/little girl that lives inside you has been your guardian throughout the years. Now more than ever, it is time for you to take control. Yes, you, that big boy or that big girl, who has become all grown up.
Time to step up to the plate, and give “self” the love it so deserves. Are you doing those self-talks daily? Are you making sure the heart is well protected? Are you mentally and spiritually safeguarding the self? Are you protecting those emotions from being hijacked? There’s a lot of work to be done on self. Get busy and start working! Don’t put off tomorrow what you can do today. There may be no tomorrows; even though self will always be a work-in-progress.
Yes, Mr. President and Mrs. Vice-President (both) are diligently working to put our nation in some form of operational structure, but it’s just like working on self. It may take a lifetime.
Don’t you know, this guide didn’t win those many awards because of???? It was that message inside!
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Where Does My Self-Love Fall
Self-talk is an essential part of healthy living. Think with your head and not the heart. It’s important to ask these questions of self: Who am I? Do I really love me? Am I taking care of myself—emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually? Am I letting go of stressors? These are important questions, particularly when you come out of a relationship. You’ll need to give solid thought to your answers before allowing another into your life.