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Are You Ready to Tell Your Story?

Your “New Story” Blueprint

Imagine if you will, a profound change in your life that leaves you almost breathless.

Choosing to Thrive Coaching

combined with skilled, loving guidance 

and a unique perspective

ARE YOU CHOOSING TO THRIVE?

or

Are you living in fear?

             Living in your Own Truth?

                   Do You Play Small?

                                        Silent when you really have something to say?

                                               Do you know your inner power and strength?  

                                                                                                          Are you tapping into it?

You will discover, design, and live a more powerful life: 

  • Live Your Own Truth - To Stop Sacrificing and Being Pushed Around
  • Command Your Inner Power and Stand in Confidence
  • Overcome Old Stories that Have Held you Back
  • Stand Up and Speak Up for YOU
  • Safely Explore Where You are Now vs Where Your Heart Wants To Be
  • Find Your Passion, Power, and Purpose
  • Uncover Your Toolbox -  Unleash your Inner Resources 
  • Get Connected to Life

Indeed, we can be well in some areas and not so good in others.  ​Where is your weak point?  What are your strengths? 

Becky Norwood

Throughout my childhood into adulthood I suffered from abuse.  Mental, physical and sexual abuse was a constant in my life.   With no structure or framework, as I entered adulthood, I attracted the same abuses into my life.  For years I struggled with depression, low self confidence, a feeling of unworthiness.  I felt a massive amount of shame, fear, and guilt.

While my life's journey found me always searching for answers, and I raised wonderful children, breaking the cycle of abuse in our family, I still struggled.  I struggled until I made a very important decision.  

I began to realize that I had a choice to make.   Only I could be responsible for my own healing.

Now, as a best-selling author, speaker and coach, I lead by example.  I know firsthand the struggles.  I also know the inner work that must take place within so that healing takes place.  I know what it takes to not just live, but to THRIVE!

I am the founder of The Woman I Love and the creator of Your New Story Blueprint and I Love Myself - Courageous Healing Journey.  Women hire me to guide and coach them to step into their true inner genius and power, find their voice and stand for their life.   They learn to shed the fear, guilt, and shame and the cloak of unworthiness. I help them to turn their pain into power and stand for life and THRIVE! 

IS IT TIME TO

  • To have a happier relationship with YOU
  • Live a life that let's you shine
  • Break the Cycle
  • Feel joyful
  • Shine as an example in your world
  • Stop the inner dialog that keeps you awake at night and feeling stuck

In this coaching program you will find yourself with quite the blend of support.

Here is a snapshot of what you will receive:

Private coaching, laser group sessions, extensive activities to unleash your inner power.

  • One private coaching session per month for 6 months.
  • One group coaching session per month for ​6 months
  • Private forum and Facebook Group with other members 
  • Daily Intention Motivators
  • Workbook  Success Kit

Your Bonus!

Bonus! 

Writing our stories and sharing them is one of the most powerful ways to grow and make that journey from the head to the heart.

You will have an opportunity to share your story in a  chapter in our We Choose to Thrive Anthology Book.  

​In our first in this series, thirty women from varied walks of life and stages of healing shared their amazing stories.  The book became an International Best Seller

Even better, this act of courage impacted lives, including their own!​


In a safe and supported environment to share your story and give a message to others just like you, who need to hear your message, and know that they are not alone and there is support for them as well.

We tell our stories to transform ourselves, truly to evolve and grow beyond that story. These are the reasons we tell our stories:

  • To make sense of our history and learn from it.
  • To broaden our perspective, so that we can see beyond that story.
  • This will help us to act beyond a story that may have kept us captive, imprisoned from its memory.
  • To release ourselves to live to our fullest potential...to become what we are on this earth to do...make a difference.

The bottom line is that you are the only person who can tell your story, and it is only by writing, sharing and releasing it that you can begin to rewrite your future.

Consider the bigger picture:

How will telling your story benefit future generations?

Our stories are what connect the past and the present to the future. If we can learn from our own stories perhaps we can change the tide for future generations.

You will go through an creative exploration of your story, how it is affecting you​ and then learn to write yourself a new story.

This is your opportunity to speak up and stand for you.

I have had the pleasure of helping others tell their stories and I extend the invitation to you.

If writing is too difficult, some of us find that "Telling" our story.

In that case, SPEAKING your story, recording it, getting it transcribed helps your story come to life!

The fact that you have read this far, must mean that something is resonating with you!  

We would love to have you join us, and embark on your journey of reclaiming YOU!​

Is it time to find spark the fire within and begin to Thrive?

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Edna j. white

When I first inquired of your invitation, little did I know that my story would be part of such a story with a voice. You met me with feeling and held my views and heart as a precious jewel. Your work and your interviews will continue to change lives all over the world.

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Shanna Maria

I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse , Thank you Becky for bravely taken the reins and making this book come to life. You did it in away where I am proud to be a part of. My intention to be a part of this book series was not meant to bash my family it's meant to help shine a light for others who are still in the darkness. This book is so much more than only our stories it's about learning to dance in the rain after the fact. It's not the acts itself that hurts the most it's the mental torment that comes after. I truly believe anyone in the field of mental health, therapist should read this book it will help professionals with helping their clients in a more effective way. Thank you Becky for asking me to be a part of this. I am honored and grateful and you were a angel to work with. I am glad we have connected and with all the other survivors in this book. We are building a family a community that is beyond lucky to have found. Much success Becky Norwood. Love & Light, Shanna Maria

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Christina wensell

I loved each and every chapter of this wonderful book. The lives of each woman, and their strength through their stories are inspiring. Thank you Becky for gathering these 31 woman to share their lives, on how they not only survived but are living proof that you can Thrive. Christina

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Nikki DuBose

Working with Becky Norwood has been an incredible experience. I am honored to be included and share a part of my story in her new book, We Choose To Thrive. Becky has been so helpful, responsive, and caring - a joy to work with. I hope that my story helps others, as I know that Becky's story has helped me.

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Jane M Powers

Becky Norwood is not only genius in the world of writing but a caring, dedicated advocate of survivors. She takes the power of a story and delivers it with meaning and purpose to change the lives. Becky does not only shed the light on the reality of sexual abuse but also creates a defining moment for the you to decide how you chose to live. I am so grateful to have been a part of this creation and contribute to helping survivors transform into thrivers. It has impacted my life and my constant evolution. Becky is not only a powerful force in the world but a dear friend, who has changed my life forever.

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Teresa Syms

I gave 5 stars to the We Choose to Thrive Project!

A heart-felt book full of passion, courage and the deep inner strength to overcome the past. Becky Norwood has brought together 31 strong women who chose to tell the truth behind their trauma. I applaud everyone who is on Becky's mission to create awareness and change in this world.

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Michele D. Croswell

I was initially contacted by RAINN's Speaker Bureau personnel sometime last summer, by email. The email was asking if I wanted to share my story with Ms. Norwood, for her 2nd novel, We Choose To Thrive.

I agreed and upon my first meeting with Becky via Zoom chat, I was very impressed and found her to be an effective listener as well as very easy to communicate with. I was not familiar with Ms. Norwood's past nor had I read her novel, The Woman I Love.

It appeared we had kindred spirits and Ms. Norwood could relate with much that I had to say. So not only did I have an opportunity to share my story, I made a new acquaintance in the process.

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Janet Bentley

Thank you Becky Norwood, for your bravery in sharing your story with the world. Although these abuses are ugly and horrific, they need to be uncovered to prevent them from happening to and hurting someone else.

Your honesty and the real way you give words to your feelings is not only brave but it is a testament to what an angel on Earth you are. These stories must continue to be shared in order for the millions of other victims of sexual abuse to feel safe to share their own. It is only in this way that we can continue to help others heal their own pain that they can thrive themselves and be women they love.

Thanks are not enough.

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Janet Bentley

Being part of the We Choose To Thrive project has been one of the most important things in my continued recovery from the horrible abuse I suffered. Being able to share in such a supportive environment with other courageous women doing the same has been a gift. Helping others heal from this abuse is what gives what happened to me purpose and meaning.

Thank you Becky Norwood and everyone else who is a part or had a part in making this project happen. We are warriors.

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Terri Lanahan

An amazing book filled with stories of surviving trauma and going beyond surviving to thriving. A book filled strength and healing from women who have the courage to tell their stories and help others to heal. Becky Norwood is an amazing woman and I'm so glad she brought us together.

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Roberta Brown

I give The Woman I Love five stars!

Becky Norwood is a brave woman to tell her story. She is even more brave to gather 31 other women to tell their story in her latest book "We Choose to Thrive."

I am proud to be included in the 31 women that tell their stories in Becky Norwood's book. I know that certain situations trigger me, I can only imagine how Becky feels listening to all of the particulars of our individual nightmares. But, the silver lining is that we all chose to thrive. We all chose to tell our stories to help others overcome their difficult pasts, or even their current circumstances. We stand together, we stand strong, and we offer ourselves as examples of survival.

Thank you, Becky, for giving us the opportunity to be of service to others.

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Karen Mason

I met Becky last May 2016 at a woman's retreat on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Needless to say, we had much in common to share with each other. I was so impressed with her vulnerability in sharing her story. She is a true inspiration. A woman who has given us our voices back. A woman who has compassion and understanding of others and the bravery to stand up and be heard.

When Becky asked if I would consider being part of this project I whole heartedly said "yes!". I've always been quite open speaking about my past on a "one on one" basis with people I trusted. I thought I was good with sharing my story. I had done it enough times . . . just not publicly. I always spoken of it as a matter of fact, like I was never impacted emotionally by these events that shaped my life.

As the reality became closer of the video being posted and the book being launched was when I truly had to start facing my "shame". To accept being "seen". I was lamenting to my husband the other night "what have I done?! . . . everyone can see this now . . . it's on social media . . . it's in a book."

His reply? Karen, you must tell your story. It is your obligation to women. It is the truth and you've done nothing wrong."

Thanks to Becky I'm actually facing this and allowing myself to be vulnerable. I am learning there is strength in vulnerability. I applaud all the women out there who are vulnerable and fearless in telling their stories. This is the way awareness and change happens. Thank you Becky Norwood for giving us the platform for our voices. xoxoxox

For the first time I've been facing sharing my past with white knuckle fear. What will people think? What will people say? People who I don't even know, will know some of the darkest parts of my life. This is such a place of vulnerability. This is the first time I've really had to face this rather than continuing to ignore it.

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Michele D. Croswell

For a little more than a decade I was sexually abused by family members who I adored and looked up to as my protectors.

I acknowledge that I am a survivor and have learned to forgive those who have abused me. I needed to learn how to forgive so that I could grow on in my healing to help others go & grow through their healing.

I now mentor and assist other abused children & adults. I also wrote my 1st novel about my abuse.

Know that what ever the type of abuse one has encountered, that the victim is not at fault and must first learn to forgive themselves and ultimately forgive their abuser, so that the victim can grow on through their lives.

RAINN- RAPE ABUSE INCEST NATIONAL NETWORK

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Terri Lanahan

I am a survivor of childhood domestic abuse, sibling abuse, and childhood sexual abuse.

I am no longer traumatized by my past.

Dealing with all the pain of my past and getting sober.

There is hope and there is help. Recovery is possible

Reach out for help using hotlines, shelters, churches, and mental health service

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ROBERTA BROWN

I was raised in what everyone thought was a "normal" middle class home. No one knew what happened in the privacy of our house. My father was full of rage and my mother was an enabler of that rage. It took me years to put the pieces together and become happy and healthy and free of self-doubt and self-recrimination.

I am out on the other side of it. But I'm always a work in progress. I still have some fears to conquer, but not nearly as many as I've already done away with!

Write my book so that I didn't have to keep the secrets anymore.

Be patient with yourself. It takes time to be kind to yourself.

Read, research, find a support group, find a great therapist.

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Terri Lanahan

I was raised in a domestic violence home. I am a survivor of incest and sibling abuse.

I am in recovery for alcohol and drug addiction. I take medication for PTSD, depression and anxiety. I have gone through all the pain of my past and it no longer haunts me. I share my experience, strength and hope with others.

I have written a book of poems about the abuse. I am a volunteer advocate at Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault home.

Hope and healing are possible. It takes a lot of hard work that's leads to an amazing journey

Local shelters, mental health facilities. Emergency phone numbers, AA, books and other resources.

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Renee Jean (Mitchell)

My story was my first love. I would do anything for him and he knew it. He was handsome, charming, manipulative and controlling. He destroyed my self confidence, demeaned me as often as possible and demanded perfection from me all without me realizing it was happening. He broke my heart daily and yet had me so dependent that I would apologize for being weak. It was rarely physical but the abuse was constant.

I am still in the early stages of recovery, but I am using my story to reach out and let others know they are not alone.

Writing Survivor. By sharing this book, fictionalized as it is, I have admitted what happened to me and allowed those I hid it from to peek behind the curtain to see the scars.

It will be painful and difficult. You will want to run and hide. It is ok to feel that way. It is ok to hurt and to admit some days it is just too hard. Just don't bury it. The pain might hide but it is not gone. Acknowledge it and ask for help. There are so many willing to walk along beside you.

Counselling and shelters are incredible. I have worked with a couple shelters in Vegas. Both the Safe Nest and my personal charity The Shade Tree are amazing. Reach out and find ones in your area. Also hotlines and groups on social media. I have met so many people that truly understood what I had been through once I took the chance to admit it. They cane forward and have been an incredible support system.

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Siobahn Sackey

As I read this book I found myself thinking, "what I've been through is nothing compared to this! My own story could not be as inspirational." But Becky does an amazing job of reaching all survivors of any kind of abuse. I quickly saw that even though each of our journeys may have different events along the way, the struggles - and triumphs - are the same. This book is packed with so many gems that inspire me to fly even higher than I ever dared dream. Thank you, Becky, for your courage to be vulnerable in front of the world and for your generosity of spirit in sharing this beautiful story of choosing love over fear.

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Wendy Foster

I just finished Becky Norwood's book, The Woman I Love, last night. What a story and what an inspiration.

I met Becky at a women's business event last year and was quite taken by her presence. I had no idea about the challenges and horrible experiences she had endured. Bringing her story to print shines a light on the "taboo" topic of sexual abuse (and other forms), thus bringing out the awareness and change that is much needed.

Becky encourages those who have suffered in silence to speak up and heal and she supports them in the process. Though a very difficult topic to write about, Becky shares her story with grace and power as well as with love. Beautifully written, heart-felt and vulnerable sharing .... a must read for anyone who has experienced abuse, those who have witnessed abuse, and those whose loved ones have experienced abuse. Thank you for being the change for so many women and children, and men.

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