Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: I Am My Mother After All

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: I Am My Mother After All is the story of a daughter's resistance to repeating the enmeshed relationships and patriarchal oppressions suffered by her brilliant and talented mother. The work relates a mother's struggle to achieve and flourish despite an abusive childhood with a cruel and crazed father and the disillusionment and heartbreak of a failed and broken marriage. It follows the author's quest for enlightenment and her determination to forge new paths from the patriarchal oppression she grew up with. Along the way, she discovers similar vulnerabilities and ultimately travels full circle to understand her mother as she learns to accept herself. Mirror, Mirror appeals to those who enjoy biographies and those seeking self-enlightenment and growth. The book quietly details a pursuit for balance between the masculine and the feminine and offers the challenge of following one's calling with unanticipated outcomes.


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