The mother and daughter-in-law conflict has existed throughout all of history. In the O.T. Rebekah complained about her daughters-in-law making her miserable. Today, many people continue to complain about their in-laws. In Mothers-in-Law vs. Daughters-in-Law, author Elisabeth Graham examines this relationship with an aim toward seeing in-laws as a gift to the entire family. With sound biblical wisdom and clever insights, Graham teaches women to find peace in all aspects of their relationships with their in-laws. Paperback.
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Review 1 for Mothers-in law vs. Daughters-in-law: Let There Be Peace
Excellent Advice and Examples
Date:October 13, 2010
I love this book. It was a fast, fun read, offering hope and help not only MIL/DIL relationships but also for all other relationships in life. The book includes workbook pages at the end of each chapter so it would be an excellent choice for a women’s bible study. Or even young teen girls study. To give some insight into the writer; I found out that she wrote this book under an assumed name because her own mother-in-law is still living. I will not use her real name here out of respect for her wishes, but suffice it to say – this book was written by a well known and beloved author/Public speaker and you will NOT be disappointed in your purchase!
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Review 2 for Mothers-in law vs. Daughters-in-law: Let There Be Peace
Date:July 9, 2010
This book has been a godsend for me. My son married the love of his life and I was so excited to welcome her into our family. We had a wonderful realtionship during the courtship and engagement and then, like a smack in the face, the wedding ceremony changed all of that and I became the enemy. I can do nothing right, say nothing right. I have tried to give them space (they live close by, attend the same church, we live in a very small community), I haven't given advice, I have kept my mouth shut on so many issues but still, there is a wall that I cannot seem to break down.This book has opened my eyes to what could be the problem and what my roll is our relationship should be. God has opened my eyes through these pages and I am so grateful. I love my son and will do whatever I can to mend the relationship with my dil. I am still on edge, I am still guarded, but there is hope. 2 weeks ago they made me a "Nana" for the first time. God is loving, faithful and always with me so what should i fear?