What People Are Saying About Mwati Mwila and Strengthening Your Identity While the Shadow is in Front of You 

Mwati Mwila bravely bares her soul and personal struggles with bipolar disorder. Her effort to de-stigmatize mental illness will be a comfort to many. No family, race, or social or economic group is immune from this debilitating disease. In Strengthening Your Identity While the Shadow Is in Front of You, Mwati shares important insights regarding emotional, spiritual, and personal choices that contribute to the disease. Readers will benefit by hearing what she’s learned along her healing journey.” — Wendy Lee Baldwin, Author of Healing Your Soul in a Chaotic World: Defying the Odds of Sanity and Survival
Strengthening Your Identity While the Shadow Is in Front of You is a true tour-de-force about how one brave young woman, Mwati Mwila, has taken on the challenge of living with bipolar disorder and using it to make a difference in this world. I loved the tales of her adventures traveling around the world almost as much as I admired her courage.” — Tyler R. Tichelaar, Ph.D. and award-winning author of The Gothic Wanderer: From Transgression to Redemption
In this powerful and touching biography the author’s courageous straight talk, true stories, and personal strategies offer help to bipolar sufferers and advice for friends and family to better understand and deal with a debilitating illness.” — Susan Friedmann, CSP, International Best-Selling Author of Riches in Niches: How to Make It Big in a Small Market
Mwati Mwila’s story reminds us that no matter what obstacles we face, there is always hope, and there are always people who will support us. Kudos to her for having the courage to tell her story and offer hope to others.” — Larry Alexander, MA, Superior Book Productions
What a great read! Strengthening Your Identity While the Shadow Is in Front of You is personal and relatable to the way we move throughout and within this universe. Mwati Mwila does an excellent job of tracking important issues such as self-acceptance, racism, and mental illness. I love this book! Do yourself a favor and pick it up.” — Brett Dupree, Professional Speaker, Transformational Life Coach, and Author of Joyous Expansion
Mwati Mwila is a young woman with an old soul. She knows that in our weaknesses can be found our greatest strengths, and that we can use those weaknesses to create our own destinies and change the world.” — Patrick Snow, Publishing Coach and Best-Selling Author of Creating Your Own Destiny