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Confident Moms, Confident Daughters by Maria Furlough

The synopsis of Confident Moms, Confident Daughters- Every mother wants her daughter to love the skin she's in, to be free of insecurity and poor body image. But no matter how much we try to tell our daughters that they are beautiful and lovable as they are, words are not enough.

This is a book that has been needed for some time now.  Maria brings out some insecurities most women deal with throughout their lives.  Most starting in the pre-teen years and then continuing with us for years, some our entire life.  As women we are hard on ourselves.  We are never enough, never thin enough, never smart enough, never pretty enough, and the list goes on and on.  Maria uses this book to help us mothers deal with insecurities like these and how to deal with them, so we can teach our daughters their worth in Christ.  She explains that we need to see ourselves as Christ sees us.  We are of value.  I always get concerned when I hear someone talk about being "proud" of yourself, because I think it turns the focus on us, but from what I have read thus far Maria takes the focus off us and puts it on us in Christ.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.