Christina Foxwell’s early life in South Africa was with loving and strict parents. Her father was a Penecostal minister. It was during the age of apartheid, and Christina, a fair-skinned person of color, found herself longing to fit in and to be loved. Christina said she looked to men to abdicate her authority to and had a series of codependent relationships.
t took a few tries in marriage, but Christina learned that finding her voice and strength would rely on her deciding to heal.
Today, Christina makes her home in Australia, where she runs a consulting and coaching practice and is the author of four books.
You will learn:
- Telling our life’s stories, even the difficult ones, can be doused in love rather than being steeped in shame.
- To be a good parent, Christina says, you need not to stay in an abusive relationship, but to show your child what love looks like inside a relationship.
- Every person must decide to heal if they are to move forward.
Connect with Christina at https://www.ignitepurpose.com.au/
On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/christina.taljaard1
Buy Lizbeth a Coffee
Lizbeth’s memoir, now a movie! Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters Buy Lizbeth a Coffee
Lizbeth’s memoir, now a movie! Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JW0COTI
Author Facebook page
Want a free coaching hour? I help those grounded in grit turn their challenges into their superpower.
To learn more, check out https://lameredith.com/coaching/