Not a Blueprint; It's the Shoeprints That Matter: A Journey Through Toxic Relationships Kindle Edition
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such a heartbreaking story Nina seems to go through it all :(
a toxic father, toxic relationships moving from pilllar to post and a heartbreaking and truly sad journey for not only Nina but her daughter China, my heart was heavy reading this book and i would not wish any of it on a worst enemy i won't say too much as i feel i would give away a lot so i will say this if you are considering reading this book jump in with both feet you won't be dissapointed
There is no bookboyfriend to be had in this story, it is simply not one for that but one that is real so i leave out the would he be my book boyfriend
They belong to God. We as parents have to humbly accept, and live with the loss, if He decides to take them away from us. We have to be grateful for the time we have given to be with our children.
Nina, thank you for sharing your journey with the rest of us. I had attended one of your book signings, and heard you read two chapters from your book. Your performance was so captivating, that I felt that I was there in Chicago with you going on a first date with you (like a fly on the wall).
I could almost visualize you with your beautiful baby girl, and you going from one relationship to another trying to create a healthy family for your child. You were so strong lady, and you knew that for your child's sake you had to leave toxic relationships behind. I read about your disappointments, your happiness, your life, and it reminded me that parents are people too. We love our children, but we still have our own needs and desires, and life goals.
However, often we are our own worst critics, and that's why it's so hard to let go of anger and resentment. But you did your best under the circumstances you were given. Thank you for writing your story. It has inspired me and helped me to work on my own toxic relationships.
Your book enabled me to let go of lot of suppressed emotions that I had inside of me. So if your book helped me toward recovery from toxic relationships, think how many other readers it will help.
Vanessa Fortenberry, Author of “Mama, I Want to See God”