Rita Louise has been sharing her thoughts on my Thursday Throng author interview. Her book The Dysfunctional Dance Of The Empath And Narcissist takes an in-depth look at the dynamics between the loving, compassionate, and often selfless empaths and those willing to take from them, the self-serving narcissists, and endeavors to uncover the unconscious patterns that keep them trapped in cycles of abusive, toxic relationships.
I’d like to introduce Sonia Frontera, author of Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Do You Post Him on Craigslist? Sonia draws from her education and vast personal and professional experience as a wife, attorney and empowerment trainer, to bring women a message of hope, possibility and joy. Sonia is a family attorney with a private practice in New Jersey.
This week I'd like to introduce you to Kai Nicole, the author of Date Like a Woman. What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? That I'm an introvert. What did the best review you ever had say…
Today is the turn of Amanda Bigelow to meet the Thursday Throng audience. Amanda is the author of Powered by Health, the high achieving woman’s guide to health, vitality and a new life full of possibilities. Amanda describes herself as “driven, over achiever who thought little about my health”. She was forced to focus on her health when stress and chronic fatigue came calling, leading to a complete health transformation and change of lifestyle and work.
Presenting Sue Williams, an author and poet who is the founder of Your Signature Success Story and creator of the Believe! book series for women. Her own Signature Success Story began when she wrote a poem called Believe! in 2012, which was the catalyst that led to her being nominated for a national Women Inspiring Women award for her writing in both 2012 and 2013. She has also been featured in magazine publications including Soul and Spirit and Kindred Spirit and appeared on local radio.
This week, I’d like to introduce Debbie McLeod, a hypnotherapist, spiritual coach, counsellor, teacher of authentic empowerment and spiritual development; who has also written the book Best Friends Forever.
This week I’d like to welcome Kiran Prasad to the Thursday Throng hotseat. Kiran was born in India, grew up in England and has moved 29 times. Every time she had to begin the process of building a home again even in places she wouldn’t choose to be. She has shared her experience of relocation, managing upheaval and beginning again somewhere new in her book A Mindful Move that teaches others how to ease the pain.
Nathalie Thompson is the author of the day in this week’s Thursday Throng. She is the author of fearLESS: How to Conquer Your Fear, Stop Playing Small, and Start Living an Extraordinary Life You Love.