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Things My Momma Never Told Me That I Want My Daughter to Know (Paperback)
 
Author: Marcia Brevard Wynn  
Price:   $14.95
ISBN:   1592321070
Year:    2007
 
 
 
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This book is entitled Things My Momma Never Told Me That I Want My Daughter to Know.  It is the offspring of a conversation I had with my older sister several months ago.  As I recall, we were talking about men, as we often do, and my sister made the comment “Momma never told us about that”.  Her statement struck a chord in me and as our conversation progressed, we both came to the realization that our mother never had conversations with us about much of anything pertaining to love, life choices, sex, men, money or religion.  We never discussed matters of the heart.  This book is different than other mother/daughter books on the market because this book relays real life experiences of the women that were interviewed. 

I decided to poll one hundred women across the nation to see if our realization was isolated, or if many women had the same revelation about their mothers.  I posed five questions to these women: (1) What is one thing that your mother never told you as you were growing up that you wish she had?  (2) How did not knowing this particular thing affect your life?  (3) When did you realize this particular thing for yourself?  (4) Why is it important to pass this particular information on to your daughter?  (5) Why do you think your mother never told you?  I was bombarded with responses, and they were amazing.  This prompted me to write this short book that is an eye-opener for both mothers and daughters.  It is a quick read, and is an excellent, practical gift for every woman. 


 
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Clear cut, in-depth advice all our girls must abide by.
Tyra Mason, Author

 

I wished I had same wisdom early in life; much anguish and heartaches could have been avoided…
Sandy Joseph, Pediatrician

 

This book is a required reading for any family with girls.
Chidey Constantine, School Administrator

 
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