"With gentle but profound transparency, Suzanne Eller takes the scarred canvas of her life and paints a new picture of encouragement, hope, and healing for every mother, regardless of past circumstances. You may laugh, and you may cry. But as a woman, you will also find yourself celebrating each day--and each person in your life--in a new, redemptive way. Every woman--every mom--young or old, needs to read this book." --Rebecca Barlow Jordan, speaker and author of 40 Days in God's Presence "Suzanne Eller's book, The Mom I Want to Be, is a unique blend of wisdom, biblical truth, and transparency. With her warm storytelling style, Suzanne has created an insightful resource that will bring healing and hope to scores of women. I highly recommend it!" --Cheri Fuller, speaker and bestselling author of A Woman's Guide to Prayer "As the product of a dysfunctional home and as a wife and mother, I eagerly dove into Suzie's book. And I was not disappointed. Each chapter presented a new challenge, but was still like a soothing balm. My list of those who will be helped and encouraged by this book grows almost daily. Thanks, Suzie, for the reassuring examples of the healing, love, and sufficiency of our wonderful Lord. Thanks for writing this book for so many women. And thanks for giving me a powerful and useful tool for ministry." --Kendra Smiley, conference speaker and author of Aaron's Way, Be the Parent (Moody, 2006) and others "Suzie Eller has done for all of us moms what we most want. She offers tangible help so we can pass on the best of who we are to our children and grandchildren, and minimize the negative that's in all of us. Thanks, Suzie, for handing moms a tool chest full of help and hope!" --Pam Farrel, coauthor of Got Teens? and Every Marriage Is a Fixer-Upper "The Mom I Want to Be is a must-read for mothers desiring to overcome the pain of parenting mistakes they experienced as children. In a warm, engaging style, Suzie shows her readers how to rise above the past to leave a legacy of love for their sons and daughters." --Grace Fox, author of 10-Minute Time Outs for Moms and 10-Minute Time Outs for Busy Women "The Mom I Want to Be is a must-read for those who struggle, carrying chains of past mistakes and past hurts. Suzanne Eller broaches the subject of conflict resolution with grace, tenderness, and directness. As she shares her personal tragedies and triumphs with gentle candor, she encourages readers to grow, dream, grasp possibilities, and savor the moment. Her book is a wonderful tool for rediscovering an amazing truth: God's unconditional love. As Suzie's mother affirms in the book's pages, 'God is the great healer. He can make you whole again, no matter how broken you once were.'" --Jenn Doucette, author of The Velveteen Mommy: Laughter and Tears from the Toy Box Years "Author Suzanne Eller has written a practical, yet poignant book that will give healing and encouragement to women of all ages. The Mom I Want to Be is a journey of hope that gently carries the reader from a place of brokenness and bondage into an ever-growing sense of wholeness and purpose. Through her refreshing willingness to be honest and vulnerable, Eller speaks to readers where they are, and then helps them examine where they have been so they can put their memories in proper perspective and answer the call to a future full of promise. I will recommend this book each time I speak to women's groups." --Kathi Macias, author and speaker "Suzie Eller shares out of her own experience. She has lived the words in this book. She understands the struggles of which she speaks. She's the real thing--genuine, authentic, and honest. But Suzie is not only compassionate, she's wise. As she has journeyed to become the mother she longed to have, she has learned some valuable principles in the process. What she shares within these pages are the fruits born out of her personal experience." --Jill Savage, mother of five; founder and Executive Director of Hearts at Home "The Mom I Want to Be is a stellar, life-shaping guidebook for every mom with a heartbreaking past. Suzie's vulnerability will inspire you to explore the depths of your own childhood experience and will instill you with hope. Her multigenerational approach is as personal as it is practical, and it offers the tools you need to break the power of potentially hurtful parenting patterns. Get ready to reinvent your motherhood. This book will set you free." --Caron Loveless, author of The Words That Inspired Dreams, speaker, and mother of three "I wish I'd had The Mom I Want to Be during the years I was trying to be a mom! Suzie Eller's transparency and wisdom is nothing short of amazing. The Holy Spirit is clearly alive in the relationships of hope and healing threaded thoughout the pages. It was hard to put down--a must read for moms of any age." --Allison Bottke, speaker and author of the God Allows U-Turns series and God Answers Prayers seriesReseña del editor:
A woman's experience as a mother is influenced by the mothering she received as a child. If neglect was a part of that upbringing, the woman who holds a newborn and faces the responsibility of parenting needs a healthy vision of motherhood.
T. Suzanne Eller compassionately discusses how a woman can turn from a painful past and embrace a godly example of motherhood. She shareshow shattered legacies can be put back togetherthe path to restoring the broken image of motherhoodways to let go and embrace a new story
This is a celebration of God's healing power and how all women can become the mom they want to be.
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Descripción Harvest House Publishers, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0736917551
Descripción Harvest House Publishers, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110736917551