What is a Lemon Mom? She's a mom who lacks the ability to love and nurture her children, accept them for who they are, and help them feel protected, safe and secure. She parents mostly by shaming, blaming, humiliating, and belittling. Her children grow up to feel "not good enough," unloved, misunderstood, unimportant, and like they don't matter.
Are you confused or hurt by your mother's behavior? Is your relationship with her less than satisfying or even painful? Are you afraid of or intimidated by her? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you can discover how to heal and take back your personal power.
The "Lemon Moms Companion Workbook," is your safe space for healing.
Your mother doesn't need a diagnosis to determine that your relationship with her is unhealthy. If you like detailed writing, personal examples, and a touch of humor, you'll love the author's authenticity and conversational style.
Combined with the book "Lemon Moms: A Guide to Understand and Survive Maternal Narcissism," you'll walk through the chaos and confusion of maternal narcissism: what it is, what it does, and how to recover from its devastating effects. Use a journal, notebook or digital notepad to explore thought-provoking questions. Take action-oriented steps to help gain insight and perspective for beginning, or continuing in, your healing journey. Heal the damage and move forward to live your best life!
You'll learn how to:
- remove the drama from interactions with your mother
- set personal boundaries
- identify and shut down manipulative attempts
- identify gaslighting and heal cognitive dissonance
- identify dissociation
- take control of your personal power
- move forward in life and much more!;
Down to earth author... conversational tone... humor...compassion...current and detailed information.
What's stopping you from beginning your healing journey? Take back your life today!
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About the Author
As a result of growing up in a dysfunctional home, and with the help of professional therapists and continued personal growth, Diane has developed strong coping skills and healing strategies. She happily shares those insights with others who want to learn and recover. Currently, she lives in Nevada with her husband Kim and her adorable pets Abby and Simba.
Diane is an experienced advocate, speaker, and writer on domestic violence, abuse, and family dysfunction. Currently, she writes about toxic relationships and recovery tools on her blog, ‘The Toolbox” (https://toolbox.dianemetcalf.com). Diane holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and has worked in numerous fields, including domestic violence and abuse.