The twenty-seven stories contained in the book serve not only as a testament to the strength and resilience of the writers who tell them, but also as a reminder that you the reader are not alone in your struggles, that there is hope for you, too, to find your wings and to rise.
Brenda Hammon is an Alberta based, philanthropist, entrepreneur, goal setter and big dreamer with the mission in life to create the change for women. After ending her 21 yearlong dysfunctional marriage Brenda dove into the life insurance business where she found one of her true passions in helping others in times of trouble.Brenda still firmly believes that by helping others you help yourself, and it became evident in her following pursuits to make a change. She published her first book in 2015 revealing the deep dark secrets of her past and what she had to do to replace her old worn life with the life she feels she was truly meant to live. Brenda now speaks on stages telling her story and helping other women to find their own voices and to live the life of their dreams. She is passionate about breaking the cycle of silence and has achieved becoming an award-winning author and a compiler of women's stories in her book, Sacred Hearts Rising.
In more than 35 years as a therapist, Forward has worked with large numbers of women struggling to escape the emotional damage inflicted by the women who raised them. Subjected to years of criticism, competition, role-reversal, smothering control, emotional neglect and abuse, these women are plagued by anxiety and depression, relationship problems, lack of confidence and difficulties with trust. They doubt their worth, and even their ability to love.
Forward examines the Narcissistic Mother, the Competitive Mother, the Overly Enmeshed mother, the Control Freak, Mothers who need Mothering, and mothers who abuse or fail to protect their daughters from abuse.
Filled with compelling case histories, Mothers Who Can’t Love outlines the self-help techniques Forward has developed to transform the lives of her clients, showing women how to overcome the pain of childhood and how to act in their own best interests.
Warm and compassionate, Mothers Who Can’t Love offers daughters the emotional support and tools they need to heal themselves and rebuild their confidence and self-respect.