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Moms, You Have More POWER Than You Know


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Mums, You Have More Power Than You Know is honesty about parenting that every parent needs to know and pattern.

I wish more parents (especially mothers) knew how important it was to take care of themselves first before they took care of their loved ones. In Mums, You Have More Power Than You Know, Wisdom B Fields has found the solution to balanced parenting. The author encourages mothers everywhere to first focus on themselves so they can be better parents.

I love this book because I have always said that it is important for women to learn to take care of themselves first. The author does a good job of making the case for self-preservation as the catalyst for excellent parenting.  I also love the end of chapter questions because these questions help the reader to better apply the principles and suggestions in the chapter. The suggestions in the book are tried and true coming from someone who has been there and done that.

In Mums, You Have More Power Than You Know, the author offers solutions to parents on how to effectively face and overcome parenting challenges.  There are three main sections in the book.  Section one provides the three key lessons that parents can use as a guide for parenting. Section two delves into the personal growth of parents and the daily challenges that parents face. The final section focuses on steps to help both children and parents move forward with this new phase of their lives. To get the most out of this book, parents must first focus on self-improvement. Once parents get past any internal obstacles they might have, they will be able to practice the main lessons. Practicing the main lessons should lead to more effective parenting and well-adjusted kids.

Please read this book if:

you are a parent with children who are struggling

you are anxious about your children’s future

you are losing faith in your parenting skills

I recommend this book to all parents, whether you think you are struggling or not. Sometimes parents just need to be reminded that they are not alone and that it will be well.

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Mardene Carr is from the beautiful Island of Jamaica. She is a trained Librarian, doctoral student, blogger, journal reviewer, proofreader,and editor. She has authored several journal articles and blog posts. Mardene is also a motivational speaker and international student coach.


About the author

Wisdom B. is a mother and a coach. She is a graduate of MIT and Stanford and has had a successful career as a product executive. She focuses on helping mothers, mid-level managers, and product leaders discover their own power to bring about change in themselves, the workplace, and their homes. view profile

Published on November 17, 2020

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Genre: Parenting & Families

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