Throwing out the notions of what makes a super-mom, the author zeroes in on what is really important to your children.
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What do kids really need in a mom?
As you anticipated motherhood, you may have had great expectations of being an energetic, patient, organized mom who seldom felt frazzledóa supermom of sorts. Now that reality has hit, do you feel as if someone threw kryptonite in your plan?
What Kids Need Most in a Mom offers encouragement and help for being a great mom without needing a phone booth to change in. Youíll learn to evaluate whatís really important in life and find creative ideas for sharing your discoveries with your children. Youíll begin to focus on such essentials as:
trusting your life--and your kids--to God's care
instilling forgiveness in your children
getting out of the guilt factory
growing with your children
With humor, honesty, and hope, Patricia Rushford, a mother and grandmother, shares memorable stories and practical advice from her many years of experience. She puts the supermom ideal in its proper categoryófictionóand instead guides you to be a real mom who is content to make the most of the love, talents, responsibilities, gifts, and frailties you have been given.About the Author:
Patricia H. Rushford, a mother of two and a grandmother of nine, is an award-winning writer of childrens fiction. She is co-author of the best-selling Emotional Phases of a Womans Life and author of Have You Hugged Your Teenager Today, The Jack and Jill Syndrome, and several other books. Rushford is also a registered nurse, potter, counselor, and speaker.
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