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About the author:
A native of Pittsburgh PA and a transplant in Southern California, Nicholl McGuire is the author of Laboring to Love Myself, Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate, When Mothers Cry, and other books. Nicholl runs a home-based business, Nicholl McGuire Media, providing writing and publishing services for individuals and businesses in need of website and blog content, family memoirs, visual presentations clerical tasks, and more.
Nicholl has been publishing online since 2007. Her work has appeared on eHow, Hub Pages, College Central, Axis of Logic, Natural Beauty Secret, Street Articles, Authors Den, and many other websites and blogs. Nicholl attended Point Park University and took classes in Journalism and Communications.
In addition to writing, she offers spiritual wisdom on YouTube channel: nmenterprise7. A born again Christian believer, survivor of domestic violence and a mother of four sons, Nicholl is a woman who definitely knows about the challenges of loving one's self and others.
Tell Me Mother You're Sorry
You don't have to feel bad about not contacting or coming around your mother.
We live in a society that often puts people down when they are not getting along with their mothers, grandmothers and others who take on motherhood roles. They are told, "That is your mother, you should call her. Don't hold grudges you only have one grandma. If I were you I wouldn't let too much time go by without calling her, you never know when her time or yours might be up."
Although many mean well when they advise "what you should and shouldn't do" concerning the woman who birthed you or someone who helped raise you, the truth is you have to live your life! If it brings you peace to distance yourself from someone who is full of trouble, whether mom or not, you have that right.
It can be difficult distancing yourself from Mom, but you have your reasons.
· Take back your life and live peacefully among your own family!
· Feel free without the stress of a controlling mother and those who act motherly.
· Learn how to deal with some of the issues these women throw your way.
· Discover more about yourself through this challenging process.
· Relate to sons and daughters who have felt like black sheep or scapegoats.
· Teach children how to be more discerning when dealing with their challenging relatives.
Packed with useful information, this book validates, encourages and advises those who are thinking about, are in the process, or have already went no contact with difficult moms.
You no longer have to worry about or fear your overbearing mother or someone else's because you desire your own personal space.
Nicholl McGuire is the author of Know Your Enemy: The Christian's Critic, When Mothers Cry, Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate and other books.
- Publication Date:
- 1514730561 / 9781514730560
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Self-Help / General