Before devoting her life to helping global victims of violent crimes and social injustice, author Evelyn Mejil was a survivor. Despite the challenges, she didn't allow her past to hold her back. Instead, she let it fuel her to push through and make a difference. In The Woman in the Mirror, she provides a vivid portrait of her courageous mind meeting her painful memories, her valiant heart overcoming her shameful unworthiness, and her bold spirit overpowering her relentless fear.
In this account, Mejil shares an uncensored description of how she overcomes her past when she discovers an inconspicuous truth while traveling the world in search for answers to silence her nightmares and heal her pain. Hidden in the eyes of the woman reflected in the mirror, she sees the answers stood where she buried her painful past, and to find them there is only one journey left to take, a journey within.
The Woman in the Mirror tells how once she goes beyond the memories and faces her demons, she finally discovers her true being and vividly recounts how her false self, the identity birthed in the lies of her past, collapses. Shattering the iron grip of her past, she heals and brings forth a new story. Mejil presents the unadulterated expression of her most powerful self, the authentic self.