This book made me laugh. My daughter is 11 months old and I read most of it while juggleing her from place to place. Well written and funny. I gave it to my sisters.
The writer is honest and also adds in a lot of facts about France- I learned a lot along my audio journey.
To moms: trust yourself. You know more than both you and the oober mommy culture think you do.
This is the first book on parenting I've enjoyed reading... Come to think of it, it's the first book on parenting I've actually managed to finish. This book made me feel both hopeful and amused.
I loved the writing and the tale.
I believed it.
The relationship between the mother and her daughter was painful and powerful all at the same time.
If you like Joan Didian, you'll like this book.
It was hard to connect with the mother in this story.
There are lots of Kevin's in our society and all of them have mothers. It's a dark, at times too dark for me, story.
If you like German voices maybe you'll have better luck with this reader.
The information about NLP is good.
It's hard to understand due to the narrator. I could never relax and listen.
I really like NLP and am glad Audible put a title about it in the collection. Next time I hope the reader is better.
More NLP please, less heavy accented readers.
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