"Being a new mother is like landing a job as a CEO straight out of college. You've done some reading and observed others in action, and you're full of ambition and desire to see the business run smoothly. But you have no experience, no real-life skills. You're keeping very long hours and not taking good care of yourself. You can't seem to please your star client. Task after task, you are reminded that you don't know what you're doing. It's a lot of pressure for a young CEO to shoulder, particularly if she's sleep-deprived and leaking milk." This book offers a glimpse into Dr. Rathmell's personal prayer journal. Her discussions on the wonderful, woeful days of new motherhood are paired with relevant scripture and psychiatric research, and demonstrate to new mothers that they are not alone in their feelings of joy, worry, isolation, and exhaustion. A must-read for the Christian woman who is a new mother or a mother-to-be!
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Susan Reneau Rathmell, Ph.D., lives with her husband, Marshall, and son, John Marshall, in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Rathmell is a clinical psychologist at the Birmingham Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Kansas. --Author
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