The shelter-at-home order from its effects of COVID19 has created undue stress for many, but victims enduring domestic abuse face a more deadly stress factor. Domestic violence has no favorites. Regardless, of socioeconomic status, race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender; anyone can be a victim – or perpetrator of its interaction.
With the rising outbreak of domestic violence, anyone is vulnerable to losing the love of “self.” Life is full of unhealthy relationships, giving ample opportunity for toxicity to rear its ugly head and find a home. A home where one resides for shelter. Partner-in-partner relationships’ take a front-row seat to the beatings and verbal abuse. To shine the light on toxic relationships, one must embrace the pure essence of self-esteem, self-love, and self-confidence. Any contamination drains our energy and robs us of our joy! Nina’s activity guide teaches lessons about unhealthy relationships. These engagements are like an outburst of a pandemic disease ─ deadly as COVID19. Because one becomes broken and crippled from ugly interactions, it doesn’t mean that’s the way of life. Here’s what one reader had to say about Mirror, Mirror on the Wall . . .
Photo courtesy of Roger Bradshaw = Front/Cover
“This author takes you on a journey to how what and when you may have lost hope and love of yourself. This book takes you through interactive exercises that make you become self-reflective and move you to action. What makes this book different than the other self-help book is its ability to connect personal stories and the unhealthy behaviors that may still have you stuck in that place by your current thoughts and actions. The book allowed me to realize that I too was still broken in areas that I did not realize. Great read and a great gift for those that may be going through a tough time in life.”
My question to you: Have you read the guide to let others know your feedback on loving self? Make it the stimulus support (smile) the life you save may be your own!