In 5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter, youth culture expert Vicki Courtney gives moms straight talk about keeping the lines of communication open and honest with their daughters from cradle to college. Vicki helps parents pinpoint and prepare the discussions that need to be ongoing so that girls will know the truth about life before they believe the culture's lies. Conversation tips are grouped by age groupings: 5 and under, 6 to 11, and 12 and up. Unabridged. 7 CDs. 8 hours. Read by Pam Ward.
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Date:January 2, 2010
Vicki Courtney has written a wonderful resource for mothers. 5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter is full of encouraging advice about how to approach the tough topics with your daughter at each stage of her growing up years. Topics like: * Your are more than the sum of your body parts. * Dont be in such a hurry to grow up. * Sex is great and worth the wait. * Its OK to dream about marriage and motherhood. * Girls gone wild are a dime a dozen dare to be virtuous.She not only shares her advice, but her experiences - both good and bad, and information from a lot research that helps you understand the battle we are facing in raising daughters.While I personally do not agree with absolutely everything Vicki wrote (mostly technique or a particular approach) I would still highly recommend this book for any mom to read no matter how old your daughter is. I have always anticipated having these conversations with my daughters because I want to be the one to share with them rather then let them fall into the world's false beliefs.I noticed that at times Vicki seemed to be ultra careful in one area and then more "liberal" in another compared to what I would be. When reading/listening to this book I highly suggest you think about the information given and prayerfully make changes in your family in agreement with your husband. I think you will find a lot of helpful information and ideas to aid you in being a better mother to your daughter(s).The one and only negative I have on this book is that I really did not like the way that it was read on the audio version. However, it was not bad enough to cause me to stop listening. The one caution I have is to make sure you listen to it out of the hearing range of any children of any age. This is most definitely a book for mothers only.* * * * *This review copy was courtesy of Oasis Audio.