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I am reading the final proof of The Difficult Mother-Daughter Relationship Journal: A Guide For Revealing & Healing Toxic Generational Patterns and am reminded once again how powerful this work has been – and continues to be – in my life.

How many times have you said to yourself, “It stops with me! I won’t treat my daughter the way my mother treated me.” Or “My mother died and yet she’s still controlling me from the grave.” Or “My daughter has changed. I no longer know who she is.” Or “I am so tired of living in reaction to my mother.” Or “She doesn’t respect me or my boundaries!”

You’re not alone. Studies suggest that nearly 30% of women have been estranged from their mothers or daughters at some point, which suggests that the number of women who struggle in their relationship with their mother or daughter (but aren’t estranged) is even higher.

If you’ve ever wanted my guidance in working through difficult mother-daughter relationship stuff (“stuff” = controlling relationships, a controlling mother, a difficult mother, a defiant or difficult daughter, lack of healthy boundaries, estrangement, etc.) now’s your chance. Journal writing is powerful and it’s good for you. It helps you acknowledge, cope with, and resolve that which you struggle with. It’s both the medicine and the sugar. Journal writing clarifies, reduces stress, helps you solve problems from an intuitive, creative place, and helps you integrate what you’re learning.

Because it’s one thing to consume information; it’s another to act on it.

Pre-order The Difficult Mother-Daughter Relationship Journal: A Guide For Revealing & Healing Toxic Generational Patterns and join the more than 50 women who have already signed up for the Make It Real 2020 Transformational Book Club, a truly one-of-a-kind event taking place in February 2020.

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And please share…because how we heal individually is how we will heal collectively.

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