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We’ve carefully chosen a special selection of products for help with the mother/daughter relationship.
We love this TV series! It just finished up its 8th season. The premise is: a newly sober single mom (Anna Faris) tries to pull her life together while dealing with her wayward mother (Allison Janney, who won two Emmy Awards for the role.) Laugh out loud funny! It’s perfect for both mothers and daughters!
Mom: First Season (Amazon’s Choice selection)
Mom: Second Season (Amazon’s Choice selection)
You can buy the whole season or you can buy per episode for $2.99.
We reference this book often. It is a deep dive into the topic as McBride has both professional and first-hand experience dealing with a mother with narcissism.
Will I Ever Be Good Enough?: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers by Karol McBride, an experienced family therapist. It is an essential guide to recovery for women with selfish, emotionally abusive, and toxic mothers—designed to help daughters reclaim their lives.
This is a terrific read for daughters caring for their mothers. We liked it so much we ended interviewing Jo Maeder about the book.
When I Married My Mother: A Daughter’s Search for What Really Matters – and How She Found It Caring for Mama Jo
by Jo Maeder
What unfolds in this best-selling memoir is a hilarious, heartbreaking love story that sees eldercare and making peace with the past in a most unexpected way. Bonus material in the paperback version includes an author Q&A, Mama Jo’s Favorite Cookie award-winning recipe, caregiving tips, and discussion questions.
Dealing with Estrangement
This is a thoughtful book for parents who are missing their relationship with their child.
When Parents Hurt: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Grown Child Don’t Get Along
by Dr. Joshua Coleman
A unique book helping parents whose relationship with their older or adult child has not turned out as they expected deal with their pain, shame, and sense of loss, and take steps toward healing.