Mother & Daughter Duet

Mother Daughter Duet by Cheri Fuller & Ali Plum

The relationship between mothers and adult daughters is intense, personal, and complex. But adults friendship is possible when mom applies some basic principles, including respect, forgiveness, listening, understanding, and letting go. In Mother-Daughter Duet, a mother and daughter share their own story so others can move from friction and frustration to acceptance and harmony.

With each chapter, both Cheri and Ali share their views, struggles and success as they find the middle ground with their relationship.  That place where we see both sides.  This is a book that can encourage mothers of all ages, even mothers of sons as I recognized quickly that the issues that Cheri and Ali faced are not specifically targeted to one gender.  When raising my own girls, I found myself doing some of the same “mistakes” that Cheri admits to.

I encourage all mothers and daughters alike,  read this insightful book!  Your relationship will gain strength as you discover that place of understanding of each others hearts and needs.

If you would like to order your own copy, visit Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers here.

Author Bio:

Cheri Fuller is a best-selling, award-winning author whose books have sold more than one million copies. She speaks to a wide range of women at women’s conferences and is a frequent guest on national radio and television programs.

Ali Plum is Cheri’s daughter, a writer and songwriter, a wife, and a mother to Noah and Luke. She and her mom have weathered the ups and downs of their relationship to find one of the most treasured, honest relationships of their lives. Ali has recorded background vocals for popular musicians, and Mother-Daughter Duet marks her debut into book publishing.

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.

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