Mother-Daughter Duet: Getting to the Relationship You Want with Your Adult Daughter

                   In a beautiful mother-daughter book, Cheri Fuller and her daughter Ali Plum, walk us through their life of a mom letting go of her adult daughter. Because of their openness we can see how God can work in our lives with our adult children.
                    I like the way the chapters are divided into segments of each of the authors perspectives which helps the reader understand both sides.
                     As I read, I became aware not only of a mother-daughter relationship, but how it can relate to sons also. According to Ann Caron, "The most important thing is to keep communicating."  As Cheri Fuller says, "Love consists of much more than words."
                      To assist the reader in finding ways to stay connected, the author lists several things the reader can do to improve communication.
                       All in all this is a wonderful book on connecting with those close to us.
I recommend mothers and daughters buy this book. Which may be done through Random House.

This book was provided free for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.

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Mary Hill said…
This sounds like such a wonderful book for mothers and daughters. I hope you will relink it with us closer to Mother's Day. I would love a guest post on that now that I am thinking about it. A great round up of inspirational mother/daughter titles. Thanks for sharing at the #LMMLinkup this week. I hope you keep sharing with us each week.
Sarah Eliza said…
Oh this sounds like a really important read... I might have to check it out... thank you for sharing!

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