Synopses & Reviews
Girl in the Mirror teaches mothers everywhere that their daughters' adolescence isn't a time to be gotten through or survived, but rather a tremendous opportunity to foster social, emotional, and intellectual growth, as well as forge new connections between mothers and daughters. Drawing on the latest research and interviews with experts in different fields, the book sheds new light on the journey that is adolescence, the crucial interaction between mother and daughter, and the ways in which our own parenting skills must evolve as our daughters move into a new stage of their life.
A recognized authority in the field of women's health, Dr. Nancy Snyderman tackles some of the often-repeated myths that surround adolescence, along with practical wisdom and sound advice. Filled with stories drawn from the authors' own experience mothering adolescent girls and from the experiences of women around the country, Girl in the Mirror is a bold and reassuring vision.
Dr. Snyderman, medical correspondent for ABC News, tackles some of the myths that surround adolescence, along with practical wisdom and sound advice for mothers whose daughters have entered this stage in their life. Filled with stories drawn from her own experiences, Snyderman sheds new light on the crucial interaction between mother and daughter during this time.