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!
So who is Nina Norstrom, the writer, the author, and the volunteer?
Norstrom a native of Illinois, grew up in a suburban town outside of Chicago. She was a Daddy’s girl and her family was bonded by Christian values.
She has an extensive work history in the public sector. As an added element to her career journey, she taught in the school system. She has been writing for over twenty-five years. Having experienced a mass of tainted relationships, writing therapy helped her find solace. The story, Not Blueprint: It’s the Shoe Prints that Matter, A Journey Through Toxic Relationships, is a representation of her growth and signifies a milestone in her recovery from toxic relationships, to the transition of non-toxicity.
Norstrom says, “Medically, the whole program of journaling was a healing process. It has helped to shape and transform a toxic journey into a prescription for healthy emotional wellness.”
Since going through the journey, she says, “We all go through stuff in life (the good, bad, and ugly). When you think there’s no way out, don’t give up.
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall (an activity guide) was released on the first of October. Baby is seven days old today. Already on FaceBook, I’ve discovery there’s talk about “Baby’s” content (dtd 10.2.18). Here’s what one buyer had to say . . .
. . . I love love, Mirror, Mirror, . . . got it yesterday in mail from Amazon at office and brought it home and read through entire thing...I love it, Nina Norstrom...plan to recommend it to people! I do journal myself everyday and highly recommend that to others all the time . . . love the “Me-Day” terminology . . . like the exercises proposed. Since I read straight thru; needless to say, I didn’t do any of the exercises. But I was doing a once read through to see if it was for recommending, and it is great for many people I see and know!! A read! As always you are amazing, Nina Norstrom
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Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Where Does My Self-Love Fall
Seldom do we let go of those busy, stressful days that engulf our lives. Far too often we abuse ourselves. We find time for others and never give time for self. Taking care of self should not be a challenge but a priority. Give yourself some added self-love. You can even title it a Me Day. This will mean taking in a day with no stresses, no worries, and