Title: ‘Trapped in our shadows’
Author: Victorine Mbong Shu
Publisher: Profounder Intelligence
Launch Date: 6th July 2017
Who stole whose identities, how and when? In her new book, Victorine Mbong Shu reveals that for years, she lived trying the cope with the fact that her friend has stolen her identity until when she could not stand seeing the same friend replicating her daughter’s life through her own daughter.
Victorine is the mother to multiple award-winning author, Stacey Fru, who took South Africa by storm when she wrote her first book Smelly Cats in 2015 at the age of 7 without her parent’s knowledge. Victorine and Stacey’s lives almost came to a standstill when her friend used their information, not only to groom her daughter to act and behave like Stacey, but to make news. Stories of things that happened to Stacey in 2015 emerged as news headlines about her friend’s child in 2016.
In this book, Victorine gives uncomfortable details of how her friend has been treating identity, and warns against keeping friends who seem to do exactly what you do in the same manner as you, but refuses when asked if you are a role model to them.
Victorine claims that her friend abused her and this became so uncomfortable that she chose to write a self-help book for those who might have at one point or the other suffered from being trapped in others’ shadows, or had others trapped in their shadows.
Grab your copy to live in real times. This book could be a life changer to anyone who is either trapped in another person’s shadow of have others trapped in their shadows. Each section has a lesson for all.
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Victorine Mbong Shu:
Victorine is the Award-Winning Author of the book: Stop Complaining! and Bring Back Involved Parenting (2016). She is an Involved Parenting Conversationalist, BrandSA Ambassador, Researcher, Transformational Speaker, Consultant, Mentor, Assessor, Moderator and CEO of Profounder Intelligence Management Services. She and Emmanuel are raising 4 bubbly children including Africa’s youngest multiple award-winning author of chapters’ books, Stacey Fru. Victorine holds a Master’s Degree in Communications from UJ.