Tell Me Mother You're Sorry is a playbook that opens up a game that many manipulative mothers like to play that love to control others more than relate to them. This work will enlighten some who are naive, gullible, and silly (like I once was) to the game(s). There are mind games that some of these women that have been around their share of players, pimps, hustlers, and overall crooked people that they play. If you don't know any better, you come off as weak, needy, troubled, or crazy even if these things are not true about you. By the time you are finished with Tell Me Mother You're Sorry, you will want to work hard on changing some things about you while coming to the conclusion on what you want to do with those toxic women in your life.
The book is not for those who are scared, nervous, or still grabbing on Mother's apron strings. This is a non-fiction piece for the daughter or son who is simply fed up with Mama, Mother, Mommy, or Mom. Issues involving stepmothers, mother-in-laws and enabling fathers are also addressed. You will find many things you have been through with your mother or someone else's in this book as well as tips on how to move on with your life.
I observed much growing up when it came to familial relationships between mothers and their children as well as sibling issues, and I can tell you from my experience that some people will never learn or change. They are who they are, and you have the choice to do some things different for yourself and your family. Sometimes we have dysfunctional relationships with relatives for far too long that we would never tolerate with a toxic boyfriend or girlfriend.
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Nicholl McGuire is the author of Know Your Enemy: The Christian's Critic, Laboring to Love Myself, and other books.