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Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Reflections, Life Lessons, and Advice for Daughters

Tammy Jameson

Being a mother isn't easy, but neither is being a daughter. Having fought, laughed, cried, and loved with a daughter of her own, Tammy Jameson knows all about the difficulties of forging a strong mother-daughter relationship and both coming out more enlightened women at the end of it.

Do As I Say, Not As I Do recounts her many colorful memories from motherhood, and using the lessons she learned in each, shares much-needed tips and life advice to mothers and daughters everywhere. From friendship and dating to sex and marriage, general hygiene and healthy living to dream jobs and world travel, these chapters leave no stone unturned. But more importantly, Jameson's blunt spunk leaves no more room for excuses. Her message is straightforward, much like her voice: be there for your daughter, seek to understand your mother, and grow together into independent, loving, hard-working women of class and strength.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Purposely Created Publishing Group
  • Publish Date: Jun 3rd, 2016
  • Pages: 118
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.00in - 5.00in - 0.25in - 0.27lb
  • EAN: 9781942838920
  • Categories: Personal MemoirsParenting - MotherhoodPersonal & Practical Guides

About the Author

Jameson, Tammy: - Tammy Jameson is a wife, mother of two, writer, and philanthropist. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English at South Carolina State University, her Masters in Business Administration at the University of Phoenix, and is currently working her way towards her Doctor of Business Administration degree at Walden University. She volunteers her time and talents to numerous causes including ex-offender vocational training programs, domestic violence awareness, at-risk youth training programs, and serving as a consultant for small and disadvantaged organizations.
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