Confident Moms, Confident Daughters
Helping Your Daughter Live Free from Insecurity and Love How She Looks
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What we say to our daughters lasts a moment. What we show our daughters lasts a lifetime.
No matter how much we try to tell our daughters that they are beautiful and lovable as they are, words are not enough. And if we're honest, we don't always set the best example. How can we build up confident girls if we struggle to be confident ourselves?
With deep compassion, Maria Furlough delves into the root causes of our insecurity, offers biblical guidance for seeing ourselves as God sees us, and shows how to model our newfound confidence to our impressionable daughters. Speaking as a daughter, a youth leader, and a mother, Furlough shares her own struggles and triumphs, as well as expert advice from a pediatrician, a nutritionist, a Christian counselor, and more.
"A life preserver for any mom raising daughters in an image-obsessed world."--from the foreword by Jennifer Dukes Lee, mom of two teenage daughters and author of It's All Under Control, The Happiness Dare, and Love Idol
"Confident Moms, Confident Daughters is the book my mom and I needed thirty years ago. Thank you, Maria, for re-mothering the insecure little girl part of this mom's heart and for giving hope that it is never too late to live free in Christ!"--Cheri Gregory, coauthor of Exhale: Lose Who You're Not, Love Who You Are, Live Your One Life Well
Maria Furlough is a wife to her husband, Dave, and a mother to one amazing eleven-year-old daughter, three ridiculously fun boys, and one baby boy who lives in the arms of Jesus. She teaches women's Bible studies and works as the Missions Team Leader at Lake Forest Church in Huntersville, North Carolina, and she is a former full-time youth pastor.
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