“Every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities. And to the children of our country, regardless of your gender, our country has sent you a clear message: dream with ambition, lead with conviction, and see yourself in a way that others might not see you, simply because they’ve never seen it before. And we will applaud you every step of the way.” — Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris
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In case you don’t know her, Keisha Lonon would like to introduce herself.
A native of Washington, D.C., Lonon is the founder and CEO of Victimology with KL.
Widely regarded as the Emotional Recovery & Glam Coach, Lonon has become a fixture for helping women to become free from emotional baggage and, most importantly, to get to what she appropriately describes as “the other side of recovery” so they can thrive at the highest level, the longtime businesswoman told Making Headline News this week.
Interestingly, Lonon developed what is known as a Self-Glam Movement, an endeavor established to help woman reclaim themselves.
Generally, Lonon’s Emotional Recovery and Glam Coaching are referred to as strategic communication techniques that customarily support individuals to self-regulate and manage their stress responses to everyday living, she said.
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“This program will help individuals learn how to label those overwhelming emotions,” Lonon explained.
Moreover, Lonon hosts Reclaim Yourself With KL, her live talk show that airs via Instagram (follow her at glamortrearz__) during which she celebrates women by bringing exposure to their respective business.
Interestingly, Lonon has collaborated with Dr. Neema Moore on the Self-Glam Movement. Suitably known as an expert with upgrading the emotional mindset — Lonon acquired a Master’s Degree Forensic Psychology — Lonon deemed it essential to build a working rapport with Dr. Moore, a longtime chiropractic physician who has become an expert with the body and health.
According to Lonon, the Self-Glam Movement is more than external, she said.
“It is about reclaiming yourself and beautifying yourself from the inside out,” she said. “Self-Glam represents a movement, so reclaim yourself.”
Having a made her authorship debut in 2019 when she commenced to composing Being A Victim By Just Being Me, Lonon witnessed the release of that awe-inspiring written work in 2020 along with The 21-Day Self-Glam Movement, an intriguing workbook designed to promote what this author describes as a 21-day, self-help habit theory, one that strives to help readers “unpack your emotions to thrive,” Lonon said.
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As for Being a Victim By Just Being Me, this book is centered largely on helping women to navigate through times of challenge and crisis, as well as reclaim and invigorate their lives (or awareness),” Lonon said.
Lonon’s Being A Victim By Just Being Me is a compelling memoir that made its official debut in April 2020.
A book that is comprised of 73 pages in length, Lonon’s Being A Victim By Just Being Me depicts the various downtrodden encounters that essentially held power over a then-five-year-old girl’s life, most notably fear, anxiety, depression, PTSD, detachment, separation anxiety, insecurity, and mistrust, all of which subsequently led to this author engaging in what she describes as nontraditional suicidal attempts.
“Nobody saw the symptoms until the disease had taken its toll,” said a spokesperson for Lonon’s Being A Victim By Just Being Me in a detailed introduction at Amazon.com. “She was lost on the path she was following because she walked in silence. A broken home can break an individual and cause mental health conditions, leaving a person in jail and even lead to death.”
Moreover, in Being A Victim By Just Being Me, this little girl had ultimately grown up and acquired her Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology, a development that has fueled her desire to share with the masses the abundant love and the secret to changing their lives, particularly by impacting the daily victimization of others, she acknowledged.
“She aligned herself with others who had the same mindset as she did, and it was a game-changer,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Lonon’s newly-produced book. “Success is not defined by your bank account, but by the peace and happiness you have within yourself. This book will help you on your journey to find that peace and happiness.”
Said Lonon about an authorship debut that has been as good as advertised:
“These books conceived a system for awareness, healing and recovery, and coaching. People deserve to be free from emotional baggage and to get to the other side of recovery so they can thrive at their highest level.
“I would like to help others achieve their higher level of excellence,” continued Lonon, alluding to her adopted hashtag, #reclaimyourself. “You do not have to look like what you have been through. You can navigate through your pain and reclaim your life back.
“I did it. I remember when I did not have the strength to fight for myself. I wanted to self-empower myself, but I didn’t know how to get started. I was stuck and did not know I was stuck — no money in my bank account, single mom, depressed, and didn’t know what to do. God’s calling for me is by helping people go from a place of victimization, to recovery and thriving by unpacking emotions and rebuilding your life.”
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