I wrote the book Ghost Mothers: Healing From the Pain of a Mother Who Wasn’t Really There to validate the experience of growing up poorly mothered, to offer hope and introduce the benefits of facing the pain and moving beyond it.
This book was written for women struggling with issues that may be difficult to understand or make sense of. If you’re drowning in a confusing, painful relationship with your mother, you’ll find answers here.
If you had a difficult childhood and can’t move past it, the book GHOST MOTHERS shows you how to do so. If you experience feelings of discontent but can’t identify the core cause, this information will help you understand yourself in new ways.
This is the healing blueprint I wish I’d had on my journey. It’s based on my personal and professional experience and incorporates the stories of other ghost daughters. You’re not alone; this book shows you how to heal and can change your life.
Summary of the healing messages in this book:
The impact of growing up ghost mothered is significant.
Know that others share your pain and have learned how to heal from it.
It’s crucial to stop chasing your ghost mother.
You are not defined by your past, but by your reaction to it.
Surviving a ghost mother points to strength, not weakness.
This journey is ultimately not about your mother; it’s about you.