Wishing you had less tension in your relationship with your daughter?
Desiring a closer relationship with your daughter?
Longing for your mom to just “get” you?
In "What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughters", Dr. Michelle Deering supportively guides you through the 5 Keys that will give you a clearer picture of what your mom or daughter may not be able to express.
As the daughter of an immigrant single mom, Michelle experienced the effects of having a mother who spent the majority of her time working hard to survive and make ends meet. Expectations were many but unspoken. Family dynamics were volatile and tenuous but not discussed.
Broken relationships were prevalent in Michelle’s life, but she was determined to earn her doctorate in counseling psychology and become a licensed clinical psychologist.
In this book, Michelle elegantly brings together her experiences as a daughter, mother of twin daughters, and psychologist as she looks into the mirror of her life and reflects on the struggles she has experienced as well as the difficulties that her clients have overcome. She meets her readers as if at a café table, candidly sharing those reflections with insightful clarity that sheds light on their personal situations.
"What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughters" gives you sage strategies and practical tools to help you navigate and improve your mother–daughter relationship.
|Publisher:||Curative Connections LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.51(d)|
About the Author
Michelle struggled making connections with others and finding her true passion. As a young child, she suffered sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. Today, as a transformed woman, Michelle invests her time in helping others see their true reflection in their Life Mirror and equipping them to courageously pursue their dreams.
She is the founder and CEO of Curative Connections, a premier consulting company offering keynote speaking, consultation, and sport psychology services. Dr. Deering earned her B.A. degree in biology from Brown University, M. Ed. degree from Cambridge College, and her doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Rutgers University. She is a North Carolina and New Jersey state-licensed clinical psychologist and a board-certified sport psychologist through the American Board of Sport Psychology. She has advanced training in trauma treatment and is both a Certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Therapist and an Approved EMDR Consultant through the EMDR International Association.
Michelle and her husband, Scott, are parents of twin daughters and live outside The Research Triangle in North Carolina.
Table of Contents
SECTION 1: THE RIFTS
Part 1: Miss Conceptions: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Chapter 1—(Un)Fairness of Life
Chapter 2—Fairness of Life
Chapter 3—Who’s the Fairest One of All?
Part 2: Miss Understandings: Reflection or Not
Chapter 4—Distortion Away!
Chapter 5—Whudchisee …
Chapter 6— … Izwhudchaget
Part 3: Miss Communications: Cracked Lenses
Chapter 7—Busted Protections
Chapter 8—Busted Expectations
Chapter 9—Busted Relations
SECTION 2: THE REMEDY
Part 4: The Fix: First Four Keys
Chapter 10—Face It
Chapter 11—Clarify It
Chapter 12—Spray It
Chapter 13—Cover It
Part 5: Engage It: The Fifth Key
Chapter 14—For Daughter’s Sake
Chapter 15—For Mother’s Sake
SECTION 3: THE REWARD
Chapter 16—The TriFecta Rewards
EPILOGUE: THE LETTERS
Letter to My BFF Hubby
Letter to My Daughters
Letter to Single Moms
About the Author