“It’s Just Not Fair” …a fable about self-parenting. Introducing the Fairly-Good Mother


Available now in ebook format from Amazon.com

for just $3.99.

 It’s Just Not Fair! — An illustrated story about self-parenting, introducing the “Fairly-Good Mother.”  This is a story for anyone who had a less than perfect upbringing by parents who were themselves wounded on the inside. It’s a story for anyone whose therapist has told them that they must now be the loving parent to their own inner child, and who then reacted with, well…that’s  just not fair!

With the guidance of a delightful, muffin loving, fake-wings wearing, broken-wand bearing, “Fairly-Good Mother”, teenaged Jessica is challenged to start taking on the job of parenting herself. But she would much rather wait to be rescued by a “Prince Charming” or the good parents she deserved to have in the first place. How will the “Fairly-Good Mother” help her accept the inevitable?

Praise for “It’s Just Not Fair!” 

“Your book is delightful. It is something that women of any age can benefit from. And at any stage of life. Teens can definitely use this book, but so can women who are going through relationships transitions like divorce, separation, or death of a loved one. And I love the Fairly Good Mother’s name!”

Dr. Lucia Capacchione, Ph.D., Art Therapist and Author: Recovery of Your Inner Child and The Creative Journal.

Ebooks can be viewed on your PC without any extra electronic device.  All you have to do is download the free Kindle reader for PC from Amazon.

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One thought on ““It’s Just Not Fair” …a fable about self-parenting. Introducing the Fairly-Good Mother

  1. Mona… Hope you are well. Don’t know if e-book works on IPhone. Curious where you are with Grief and loss. I still have that wonderful book you gave me when I left, and like you, am searching for ways to transform our losses….
    Hope our paths cross again, if not, I’m grateful for the moment we walked alongside one another. Your site is revealing and inspiring. Continue to shine light where there is darkness
    Stephanie

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