A Mother’s Diary


Even when mothers and daughters love each other very much, the teenage years can be a trial of miscommunication and hurt. Daughters feel like no one can understand what they’re going through, while mothers desperately try to impart the wisdom they have gained from their own experiences–and yet, all too often, both end up talking past the other.

For women trying to help their daughters or surrogate daughters, A Mother’s Diary is a blessing. In this anthology, Kiana Shaw and eleven other women relate stories from their lives about mistakes they have made and problems they have overcome. They go on to address their own daughters and, through them, all others who can benefit from the guidance of experienced mommies. These women share an unflinching glimpse into their pasts and let their unfailing love for their daughters show through.