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Mom Let's Chat - Let's Have a Heart to Heart Talk - cover

Mom Let's Chat - Let's Have a Heart to Heart Talk

Magdeline Voon

Translator Matthias Tan

Publisher: yee bin voon

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Summary

Motherhood comes with different seasons. The challenges of motherhood would not last a lifetime. Yet, the failure to identify the significance of the season, and to escape from it may bring about long-term consequences for the rest of her life. The author with more than 20 years of counselling experience wishes to journey with mothers, and helping them to identify the different seasons of their lives so that they are able to identify personal growth opportunities, find fulfillment, and their values as woman. The issues that are discussed in the book include:
 
Self-Image
 
Rebellious children
 
Uncooperative husband
 
Dealing with hurts
 
In-laws relationship

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