While I believed I’ve written an amazing creation for readers, it was rather difficult to put on paper when recalling how I’d lost those inner self-possessions. Once I found out about winning this award, I was bursting with joy. I feel confident the activity guide was recognized for its writing style, unique design, and impact on its message. Life is a journey filled with losses (e.g., self-worth, self-confidence, self-love, etc.), designed to test our inner strength. No one is exempt from taking this journey. Once it’s recognized we are that Humpty Dumpty − crippled and broken, it doesn’t matter how hard we fall down on the walk, as long as we pick self up, dust self off, a new life begins. Its label of Champion is given for overcoming those challenges. Knowing the makeup of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly comes defeating life’s obstacles, and conquering those challenges is what determines our Championship’s title − moving from zeroes to heroes and sheroes,” which is why I wrote this guide.
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall . . . Where Does My Self-Love Fall? / A Success Guide to Replace Toxicity with Love teaches the meaning of self-love and its self-awareness about toxicity. Readers will find it is a self-empowerment tool for 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.”
About the Author – Nina Norstrom is an Award-winning “Winner” with FireBird Book Awards. In addition, she’s the author of Not a Blueprint It’s the Shoe Prints that Matter / A Journey Through Toxic Relationships. Norstrom received her bachelor’s degree from Concordia University. She has an extensive work history in the public sector. Additionally, she taught in the school system. Norstrom is a professional speaker, volunteer, and wellness coach. She conducts bi-weekly workshops (on managing toxicity) at the Clayton County Transitional Center, among other organizations. As a vendor for public schools, her wellness programs focuses on enriching social and emotional abilities for healthier lifestyles.
About the FireBird Book Award – Founded in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, the FireBird Book Awards is an international book awards competition (books must be in English). In 2012, Patricia R. Rullo (Founder) teamed up with Salem Media Group to produce a radio talk show based on her book –Speak Up and Stay Alive, the patient advocate hospital survival guide. The radio program became a broadcast success through Salem and other stations across the United States, including iHeart Radio and over 5,000 stations via XDS Cumulus Satellite. To learn more, visit their website at https://www.speakuptalkradio.com