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March 2022


It’s impossible to live your best life if you struggle with low self-esteem or self-confidence. So create a life filled with joy and purpose by learning to develop a positive inner dialogue to benefit your body, mind, and spirit!

When you change your self-talk, you literally change your mindset and perspective! When you go from unsupportive inner dialogue to affirming who you are as your best self, you literally change your self-identity.

By using positive affirmations, you:
-reinforce a new self-narrative
-see yourself differently
-adopt a broader definition of your “identity”
-adopt a broader definition of your roles
-define ideas like “success” differently

As you use this beautiful workbook journal, you’ll learn how to replace the negative thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that keep you stuck and hold you back. You’ll recognize your unsupportive, inner dialogue and replace it with validating, affirming self-talk to change yourself and your life.

You’ll learn how to determine your current vibrational state and, using a step-by-step approach, how to raise your vibration with positive affirmations. First, you’ll discover the six essential traits of the most potent affirmations and then how to re-work them to be the highest vibrating they can be.

You’ll acquire four fundamentals to incorporate into your daily affirmational practice, making it a highly personal and powerful package for manifesting the life you want. Then, as you begin writing and speaking your most individualized, powerful, and highest vibrating affirmations, you’ll start to uncover your true, authentic self and your highest potential.

Write inside the book • Inspiring prompts and activities •  Expressive Journaling  

•Write in the book-This workbook journal is packed with 99 exquisite pages; a lovely place to dream, plan and explore your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. Use the dedicated areas to answer questions and write and re-work your affirmations. And there are pages devoted to keeping track of new insights and creating gratitude lists. Transfer your polished affirmations to the special area in the back if you desire to cut them out for use in your daily practice.

•Interactive Activities

  • Explore characteristics that you want to change about yourself and your life.
  • Explore your intentions and determine what you will accomplish by changing.
  • Use the guided step-by-step instructions to make your very first affirmation resonate highly by the time you’re finished.
  • Investigate new thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that you want to create.
  • Explore the unique character traits of your authentic self and discover how to receive them.
  • Understand where gratitude fits into your practice, and create a dynamic gratitude list.

• Inspiring Prompts

Unpack your new insights, thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, then connect them to your unique, personal affirmations.

• Expressive Journaling
Deepen your understanding of self-love and self-compassion to use them in the real world. With self-compassion and positive self-talk come the self-acceptance and confidence to move forward into your best life.

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“Your mother doesn’t need a formal diagnosis for you to determine that your relationship with her is unhealthy.”— Diane Metcalf

The Book that Started It All-

Book #1- Lemon Moms: A Guide to Understand and Survive Maternal Narcissism

Book #1 in the Lemon Moms Series


When we were kids, if our mother was emotionally and/or physically detached, if she neglected us, was self-absorbed,  wasn’t interested in what we said or did, didn’t care about our friends, wasn’t happy to see us, or didn’t hug, kiss, hold, sing or read to us often, we may have gotten the message that we weren’t important. We accepted that we didn’t matter.

If our mother parented by blaming, shaming, humiliating, intimidating, manipulating, mocking, using hurtful sarcastic comments, lying, or gaslighting, then it’s likely that we often felt like something was wrong with us. As children, we may have witnessed everyone else’s needs, especially our mothers, being more important than our own. And, if you’re like me, you thought you were a burden to her simply because you existed. We were too young to understand that her behavior was about herself, and not caused by any shortcoming within ourselves. And now as adults, we feel “less than,” “not good enough,” or “undeserving” of love or happiness, and we don’t know why.

Growing up in this kind of unhealthy environment meant that we couldn’t express our feelings, or ask questions because mom wasn’t interested in them, or they were seen as a challenge to her authority, It didn’t feel safe for us to use our voices or to speak up to share our thoughts and feelings with her.

The result of this type of dysfunctional upbringing is that we never got to experience what it’s like to be seen and heard. We didn’t know the feeling of being validated. We started accepting the reality that we weren’t good enough and that others’ needs and desires were more valid or important than our own. 

This mindset affects our self-esteem, self-worth, and self-confidence. It contributes to developing anxiety, depression, and codependency. It’s important to know that when thoughts are connected with feelings, a belief is created. And without intervention, we carry these faulty beliefs about ourselves into adulthood.

If we believe that we’re fundamentally flawed or undeserving of being loved or treated well, we become a dumping ground for others’ emotional garbage.

Even though we don’t like the way others treat us, deep down we believe we deserve nothing better. We’ve never seen healthy boundaries in our family, so we don’t know how to set them and use them to protect ourselves. We grow up to unconsciously and silently broadcast the message that we exist to be of service to others and that it doesn’t matter how poorly they treat us. We accept disrespect, unfair or unkind treatment, and sometimes even physical, verbal, and emotional abuse.

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Book #2- The Lemon Moms Companion Workbook

Book #2 in the Lemon Moms Series

If you are confused or hurt by your mother’s behavior, or your relationship with her is less than satisfying or even painful, you can discover how to cope, heal, and take back your personal power.

The Lemon Moms Companion Workbook is your safe space for healing.

Your mother doesn’t need a diagnosis to determine that your relationship with her is unhealthy. If you like detailed writing, personal examples, and a touch of humor, you’ll love the author’s authenticity and conversational style.

Combined with the book Lemon Moms: A Guide to Understand and Survive Maternal Narcissism,” you’ll walk through the chaos and confusion of maternal narcissism: what it is, what it does, and how to recover from its devastating effects. Explore and answer thought-provoking questions., then take action-oriented steps to gain insight and perspective for beginning, or continuing your healing journey. You can recover and move forward to live your best life!


“Healing” is not the deletion of the pain or the memories. Healing doesn’t erase what happened, and it certainly doesn’t wipe away the memories or the hurt, or your feelings or thoughts about your childhood experiences, or of your mother. Healing isn’t about forgetting.

Healing is about reframing your painful and traumatic experiences so that they add depth and meaning to your personal story. If you were able to erase those experiences, you would also erase a huge opportunity for personal growth and development.

In the process of healing, we take painful memories and experiences and create a whole new understanding around them.

Healing means that when we’ve come out on the other side, we have a scar, a permanent reminder of what we’ve survived. It will be a part of us always. After a while, scars don’t hurt. We hardly remember they’re there. Our scars simply become another aspect of our personal story. Without that story or that experience, we wouldn’t be who we are today.

Recuperating from any kind of mistreatment or abuse requires us to be willing to become new and better versions of ourselves. Being able to forgive ourselves is an important part of this process Why? Because we may have knowingly or unknowingly hurt others as a result of our unhealed or unacknowledged childhood wounds.

Healing gives us back the capacity to trust ourselves We then begin to trust our judgment and make healthy and meaningful decisions. We begin to trust others. We become better human beings.

When we self-avoid the healing process, our emotional triggers become more sensitive. When we’re easily triggered we put even more emotional energy into self-avoidance to keep from getting re-triggered. It becomes a cycle of hiding from our pain any time pain is felt. Eventually, we might need the help of substances or certain activities to keep from feeling the pain; alcohol, drugs, food, sex, shopping, gambling, etc. Pretty much anything can serve as a distraction to avoid pain. The result is that nothing gets healed and the pain and the emotional triggers continue to grow.

Question examples:

  • On beliefs: Remember that beliefs are thoughts that have emotions attached to them. Eliminating inaccurate beliefs is a primary key to healing. Pick one of your childhood beliefs to examine. What thoughts and feelings are still connected to it? For example: “I can’t be successful.” List the feelings and thoughts that come up and write about them at length. Are they still relevant to your life today? Why or why not? Explain.
  • On codependency: Do you like to “help” and “fix” other people’s problems? Give recent examples of ways that you’ve helped others or tried to fix them or their problems. Did they ask for this help? Did you jump in and get involved because you knew what to do? Did they accept your help? How did they respond? How did this make you feel? What did you think about the outcome?
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Book #3- LIFE ALTERING AFFIRMATIONS: Change Your Self-talk, Change YourSELF

Book #3 in the Lemon Moms Series


If you live with a narcissist, dysfunctional or toxic person, or have one in your life… you already know how much it negatively affects what you think, how you feel, and how you treat yourself. You can change that!

It’s time to take your healing a step further! Start healing the damage by changing how you see yourself. When you change your self-talk, you literally change your mindset and perspective!

Introducing book #3 in the Lemon Moms Series: Life-Altering Affirmations, Change Your Self-talk, Change YourSELF!

You can’t change others, but you can absolutely change yourself! When you go from unsupportive inner dialogue to affirming who you are as your authentic self, every day, research shows that you literally change your self-identity.

By using healing affirmations, you will begin to:

  • reinforce a new self-narrative
  • see yourself differently
  • adopt a broader definition of your “identity”
  • adopt a broader definition of your roles
  • define things like “success” differently

This book shows you the research:

  • explains how and why affirmations work
  • teaches you, step-by-step, using a simple formula, how to write effective, action-oriented healing affirmations of your own.

You’ll also learn how to:

  • apply the four daily fundamentals to change yourself
  • make your healing affirmations resonate highly
  • use particular steps to make them the most powerful and effective

Comes with over 200 pre-written healing affirmations! 

Use them as-is, or personalize them using the steps and dedicated space provided in each chapter to make them your own.

Examines emotional regulation, self-validation, boundaries, self-trust, safety, security, and discovering your authentic self.

Aligns with topics discussed in book #1 Lemon Moms: A Guide to Understand and Survive Maternal Narcissism

  • gaslighting and confusion
  • betrayal wounds
  • blame
  • rejection
  • shame
  • scapegoating
  • grief
  • emotional abandonment
  • anxiety
  • anger
  • triggering
  • C-PTSD
  • and cognitive dissonance.

What’s stopping you from taking the next steps on your healing journey?

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