The Glass Angel

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The Summary for the overview is:

Christina E. Foxwell’s life can be defined as a series of hardships, setbacks, and decisions made from fear or to meet the expectations others had of her. The daughter of a Pentecostal minister, the South African-born author (Mother, wife, daughter, grandmother, businesswoman and Performance & Transformation coach) allowed other’s opinions of her, no matter how wrong or cruel, to define who she was as a young child, young woman, and ultimately, well into adulthood. Thus began a lifetime of self-doubt, shame, and self-sabotage.

Often overlooked and underappreciated, she learned early on that her innermost thoughts and dreams and even her well-being weren’t of much importance to those around her. She was often ridiculed for her thoughts and perceived “bad” behaviour. She had to cope with name-calling, cruel taunts, and scorn for even minor infractions or for no reason at all.
In time, Christina did what so many in her situation would’ve done. She donned a proverbial shield of armour to protect herself from pain, just to get through day-to-day life and have some semblance of a life, even if it wasn’t of her own design. How she saw herself was shaped by what others said about her and how they treated her.

The Glass Angel details the years she lived under the weight of those unfounded and incredibly harmful notions. This book is part memoir, part cautionary tale, part inspirational how-to for anyone who has ever felt like the world was against them. In it, she shares her journey from the darkest moments of her life to finding herself, learning to forgive the past, seek light and clarity, and let them lead the way forward.

Her story will open your eyes and mind to what’s possible. It proves that even when you are at your absolute lowest and fear you’ll never find your way out of despair, shame, or a lifetime of guilt, there is hope on the other side.

While there are many reasons for her to feel sorry for herself, she chose another path – one that helped her heal from the trauma and discover who she was and what she had to do to feel comfortable in her skin and heal from all the things that weighed her down for years. She found a path forward. She made a pact with herself to stop living the life of a ‘broken angel’ and embrace what she calls her alchemy. That’s how this book came to be. It’s her way of helping others who’ve known pain and made it to the other side.
She is giving readers permission to not only survive but thrive by igniting their own alchemy and using it to transform their lives from the inside out.

Mental Fitness Guide

5 Tips to Grow your Mental Fitness

  1. Be Present
  2. You are not your thoughts!
  3. Gratitude fills my cup!
  4. Story of me!
  5. Training your brain

The Grow Me Guide (Book 1)

GROW ME is a guide that has been written to help support your growth and performance, personally and professionally.

This is a practical guide to recognise where to start, how to reflect and take ownership of who you are and where you take your life. Some of the benefits to GROW ME are: better relationships with the people in your life, a shift in how you see and experience your world, an increase in your ability to be more effective at your work and life challenges.

Finally, if we all work on who we are, we will learn how to be better together, create the culture we want to live and thrive in and ensure we all use what we have to be purposeful. Why not control the things you have and become the ME you want to BE?

The Grow Me Guide – Book 1. 

The Adventures Of Oscar The Pufferfish Book

This is the story of Oscar the Pufferfish who worries about how other fish see him. He learns more about himself, how he can be a better friend and how he can feel happy. This book has been inspired by Christina Foxwell’s son and his journey through being bullied and struggling to belong.

A must-read…

Dr Robert Fullerton PHD: has reviewed the story and guided Christina on making sure this story will support growth. This is an EQ Book for children to help them in their personal growth.

The adventures of Oscar the Pufferfish 24 pg paperback  21cm (w) x 15.5cm (h) 

The Story Of Astra The Unicorn Finding Her Belonging

This is a human story. It is meant for children and adults. A story of being alone and feeling sad is human.

This book is Astra’s story of love and being loved. Astra finds her ability to use her voice and her sparkle to make a difference to others. She is like we are, looking to find our place and to be accepted, and she finds that her acceptance comes from the courage to be who she is. The courage to help others.
The courage to be seen and heard. This story is also about the wonderful friends Astra finds who show her kindness and empathy. Maybe we can be kind to others and help them find their way too.

Our beauty as humans is to know our worth, believe we are perfectly ‘imperfect’ and be willing to share who we are with the world.

The story of Astra the Unicorn finding her belonging. 44 pg paperback  21cm (w) x 15.5cm (h) 

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