What’s Your Story? is a reminder that life is something we should cherish because we never know when it may be over. And knowing oneself just might open up new paths; so why not take them? Life isn’t about what others think or want for us–it’s what we want for ourselves! And with these tools and techniques, we can all make each day count–whether it be through positivity, gratitude, or forgiving ourselves when we make mistakes.
Growth StoryHub was founded with the intention to inspire, support, empower and motivate individuals dealing with loss,( death, divorce, miscarriage, social alienation).
Empowering and inspiring people to take control of life-changing experiences gained through living and create a purpose-driven experience.
True healing starts when one learns to be aware and listen to one’s inner self.
The only way to nurture that is through constant/regular connection with your inner self.
Nurturing and positive self-talking to your inner self will help you to find the answers to your problems.
About the Author
Ashmeeta Madhav is a resilience and grief support advocate, educator, entrepreneur, author, speaker, and lifelong learner. Mother of three incredible children. Ashmeeta Madhav has worked extensively in Early Childhood Education – working with children from 0-6 – in Southern Africa, North America, and Europe.
Not only is she an expert in early childhood development, but she is also a successful entrepreneur and even more importantly – a woman who experienced many tragedies during her life that helped shape her into the person that she is today.
She encountered many life-changing experiences in her early twenties, miscarriage, rejection and later the death of her mother, father, and husband. These experiences exposed her to intense grief. She felt stuck and alone. She realized that no matter how hard life gets, personal growth through self-discovery is key, and understanding the impact her thoughts have on shaping her reality.
Her passion for helping others and sharing her experiences is at the core of her book, “What’s Your Story?” Through it, she shares her journey with grief and self-discovery, her message is intended to offer comfort, inspire, and guide others who are going through difficult times to find the strength and resilience within themselves to move forward and create a meaningful life.
Experiencing loss does not mean the story of your life is over. It is the end of one chapter and the beginning of another.
This experience does not have to define or destroy you. There is hope!
What’s Your Story?
#1 Way to Create a New Reality With Your Thinking
Chapter 1 “What Is Happening?”
You repeatedly find yourself in similar situations and it is starting to feel uncomfortable.
Chapter 2 “Why Is This Happening?”
Take an account of the consistent experience and dissect it
Chapter 3 “The Search Begins.”
Discovering the workings of the mind, intellect, and thoughts
Chapter 4 “Tools and Techniques.”
Trial and error and making a certain practice my own. I draw what I need from the tools and techniques to help me grow.
Chapter 5 “Proof”
The practice of gratitude in the healing and acceptance process
Chapter 6 “Life Altering Experiences Stick”
The experiences that started the journey. The stories that got created and became my reality.
Chapter 7 “Making Sense of It All”
Embrace your reality, seek guidance from professionals, have a positive outlook, and love yourself as you walk on this path.
Chapter 8 “The New Beginning”
Putting things into perspective, understanding the grieving process, and connecting to spirituality.
Chapter 9 “Always a Way”
Carving out a new reality with my thoughts as my best friend. Know yourself
Chapter 10 “What’s My Story?”
My present story and reality. Challenge you to start your journey.