All Reviews Written by Glenda Vinzons

Glenda Vinzons comes from Donie, USA and has been a member since July 25, 2013
by Annette Welsford
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User's review (posted on July 25, 2013)
I'm a stylish stay-at-home mom of 3!

I’m a mom of 3 and I used to suffer from low self-esteem. I’ve been a fulltime mom for almost 14 years, and I’ve given up a lot of things for my family. For quite some time, I was happy with my role as a mom and wife. However, my husband started womanizing and that turned our life around completely. I almost fell into depression, and I was already considering divorce at that time. However, my eldest pleaded with me not to go through it. I was really down at that time. My husband tried to make up for his mistakes and promised he would change but the damage had been done, and I really thought I wouldn’t be able to forgive him anymore.  I also felt so ugly. I thought nobody liked me because of the way I looked. I blamed my looks for my husband’s womanizing.

My friend was the one who suggested this guide to me. She said it could encourage me to be more womanly again, and it did. I got excited the moment I read the tips here. They’re mainly about how to look great no matter how old and broken you are. It started as a hobby for me. I prettified myself when the kids are in school. I bought new clothes based on the suggestions in this book. I also bought new makeup. Rather than let my husband spend his money for women, I spent it on myself.

I’m a completely different person now. At first, my eldest was worried that I was going nuts dressing up everyday even if I’m not going anywhere, but I think he understands now why mom has to have time for herself. My husband also started treating me differently when I started treating myself a lot better.