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Alsdorf, Debbie and Joan Edwards Kay. It’s Momplicated: Hope and Healing for Imperfect Daughters of Imperfect Mothers. Tyndale Momentum, 2018.
When you hear the word mother, what happens? Do you get a rush of love or a flare of anger? Does it conjure a pleasant memory or a painful flashback?
Maybe you feel guilty for even picking up this book. After all, in a lot of ways your mother is great. But for some reason, after talking to her, you are tense and irritable.
The effects of your mother-daughter relationship have probably followed you into adulthood.
If you have conflicting feelings toward mom―or if you wish you could get past some of the baggage that holds you back―this is your book. Combining spiritual disciplines and the best of current therapeutic practice, It’s Momplicated will help you discover
- How your early connection with your mother may have impacted your sense of self and your other important relationships―and what you can do to break the cycle
- Why you and your mother have the relationship you have―the underlying reasons that may be contributing to strain and unease
- Tools and exercises to help you cope with some of the most common effects of a broken relationship, including anxiety, depression, lack of confidence, and trust issues
- How to be the daughter and mother God wants you to be even if your mom wasn’t who you needed her to be.
It’s never too late to love, never too late to heal, and never too late to trust God to turn the pain in your story into a redemption song. As you read It’s Momplicated, you’ll realize that while God doesn’t promise to fix all your circumstances, He does promise to uphold you and lead you to a healing place of knowing you are truly precious and loved, no matter how your past has affected you.
It’s Momplicated by Debbie Alsdorf and Joan Edwards Kay
This is a HOT topic on generational relationships and how they impact our lives today. Debbie Alsdorf and Joan Edwards Kay discussed Its Momplicated on the Today Show and as Debbie often says, “It’s not about me it’s bigger than that!”
The book gives women courage to address their mother-daughter relationships and ignite healing. It’s never too late to love, never too late to heal, and never too late to trust God to turn the pain in your story into a redemption song.
As you read It’s Momplicated, you’ll realize that while God doesn’t promise to fix all your circumstances, He does promise to uphold you and lead you to a healing place of knowing you are truly precious and loved, no matter how your past has affected you.
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It’s Momplicated: Hope and Healing for Imperfect Daughters of Imperfect Mothers, by Debbie Alsdorf and Joan Edwards Kay is available at Target, Walmart, Amazon, ChristianBooks and favorite stores.
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Author, Speaker, Womens Ministry Leader
DEBBIE ALSDORF has been a women’s ministry leader for over 25 years working with women in all stages of life. She is a bestselling author, international speaker, mentor, certified life coach and the founder of Design4Living Ministries. Her messages are vulnerable, real and a mix of wit, humor and biblical truth. She encourages women to Live up and appeared on The Today Show to discuss her book Momplicated with coauthor Joan Edwards Kay
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
JOAN EDWARDS KAY is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the East Bay of San Francisco and has been an adjunct professor at Western Seminary. She received her bachelor's degree from Vassar College and her master's degree from Western Seminary. She is coauthor of the Momplicated book with Debbie Alsdorf.
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