Pittsburgh, PA (PressExposure) November 14, 2009 -- Get ready for an emotional journey of what makes mothers cry in Nichollâs second thought-provoking book entitled, When Mothers Cry. Both good and bad mothers cry. Some donât want to be mothers and have bad relationships. Others have what society deems âbad children.â Mothers make questionable decisions in parenting while others let themselves and their children go. These are only some of the motherhood issues discussed in When Mothers Cry. You will not want to put this page-turner down unless of course, you want to cry. Nicholl is inviting mothers from all walks of life (and the men who love them,) young and old, rich and poor, to come to her table and pull up a chair, âLetâs talk about how you really feel about your role not what you want others to think either!â says Nicholl.
When Motherâs Cry doesnât spare anyoneâs feelings, doesnât sugarcoat the truth and isnât delusional. Not everyone is happy about parenthood. This book is for those who are struggling with motherhood and the challenges that come with it whether your child is 1 or 61. Women who donât believe they have any struggles with being a mother, shouldnât read this book, unless of course, you plan on helping your sister in a crisis.
âMy motivation for writing this book came from being with my children ever day for three years. The longest I had ever been away from them was eight hours in a single day! I had become bored with routine and was seeking something that could excite my life. For me, writing this book did more than I could ever imagine! It gave me freedom in my mind from the burdens all around me. As I wrote, I often thought of the many mothers who died frustrated, angry, and sad for giving up so much for their children and getting little in return. Then there were those mothers who came to mind who couldnât ask for a better life, but due to unresolved issues of the past, they just couldnât shake their negative emotions. What others considered these mothersâ weaknesses, I knew it was my duty to note their strengths! I dedicate When Mothers Cry to deceased mothers.â
When Mothers Cry is available at Amazon.com. For more information about the book visit [http://www.whenmotherscry.com] or http://whenmotherscry.blogspot.com
Nicholl McGuire was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, relocated to Ohio and then settled in California. She is the mother of four sons. Her background is in journalism and communications. Nicholl penned her first book Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate in 1997. She is also the creator of several recent journals released this year for people who enjoy recording their life experiences the traditional way. Those books are: My Travel Journal, My Business Plan, My Business Journal, and What Do I Have To Say About My Job? all may be found at Blurb.com, a website that helps novices and professionals create books.