ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeanette C. Espinoza is an author, anti-racism activist, speaker, and creator of Jeanette's Jewels empowerment books and guided journal series. She is a new generation thought leader and lightworker who has devoted her life to empowering women to love and respect themselves unconditionally, to identify their life's passion and live it fearlessly, and to believe in their worthiness relentlessly.
Jeanette is also passionate and dedicated to the movement to achieve guaranteed freedom and equity for Black people and all marginalized groups in America. She is a regular contributor to Medium's publication and is a Top Writer on the topics of Racism and #BlackLivesMatter.
After escaping my physically and mentally abusive marriage, I thought the worst was behind me, but little did I know, there were more painful lessons in store.
The year 2008 brought a loss of my home, my job, my car, and my entire savings. Through this unyielding storm, while I was doing my best to raise my two children, I received news of a life-threatening illness that led to my battle with severe depression in secrecy.
However, with my faith in God and perseverance, I was able to overcome my trials and emerge stronger and more determined than ever to make a difference.
I rebuilt my life one step at a time with the help of a trusted therapist and by studying everything I could get my hands on about achieving inner peace and finding the path that was specific to me.
Once I understood that I had the ability to create my own reality through faith in my higher power and belief in myself, I embarked on an incredible journey that would lead me to the eternal happiness, peace, and abundance that I desired the majority of my adult life.
And now, I would like to share the lessons I learned in hopes of empowering YOU to believe that no matter what trials have crossed your path, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.
I'M ON A MISSION
My sole desire is to inspire women to practice unconditional self-love and reclaim their authentic power through the content provided in my books, guided journals, speaking engagements, and blog posts.
I will be with you every step of your journey as you move towards living as your highest self by providing encouragement and support to help you realize your dreams.
If you are in immediate need of assistance due to domestic violence, please go somewhere safe (a neighbor's house, family member, etc.) and call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233.
The coordinators will help find a safe place for you (and your children, if applicable) while you make plans to free yourself from this situation. I am also available to talk with you and offer support through this process. Please message me in the Contact Section so we can connect.