Snowe Saxman was raised in a picture-perfect life, but she was hiding a big secret- she was being molested by a male family member.
This was the beginning of Snowe’s journey. After leaving her childhood behind her, she went to college and ended up marrying the first man who paid attention to her. Their lives were in chaos until he decided he was done.
He left her with $20.00 and a package of diapers.
She moved to Florida to start over and that’s when she met her beloved husband.
A blended family and a multi-million dollar company later, Snowe fell into the “rockstar lifestyle.”
Snowe discovered that her addictions and her maladaptive coping skills were based on the PTSD that was caused by a lifetime of chaos.
One night after a cocaine bender, she came home and without much forethought attempted suicide. Luckily her husband was there to intervene.
Snowe was placed into a psychiatric hospital for three days and that was the catalyst for her change.
But not before her mother rejected and disowned her for sharing her childhood secret
Ten years ago, Snowe discovered the Mary Kay industry and things started to shift. Through Mary Kay Snowe learned the concept of
God First, Family Second, Career Third.
Under the influence of the successful women of Mary Kay Cosmetics, Snowe started to want to do things differently. She wanted to stop the destruction and live a better life.
Before long, Snowe was riding life’s roller coaster with bigger and better coping skills and a love of God that she had never known.
Snowe found herself in circles of women who were multimillionaire’s and had a huge influence on her life. Though she was still addicted to cocaine, she was being changed from the inside out. Ultimately, she broke free from her addiction and never looked back.
Today Snowe has a heart for helping women who feel stuck. Especially about money. You can find out more about Snowe at SnoweSaxman.com
This story is a wonderful testimony of how God is the same even when the path to Him is different. No two stories are alike, but the God that saves us is exactly the same.
He is so good. All the time.