I know you want to seduce your mom. I get it. She’s hot, she’s your mom, and who knows how long she’s going to be around? You should always be upfront with your parents about what you want and don’t want, and this is no exception. You should approach the subject with a sense of humor and try not to take it too seriously.
The book, “Loving My Mother,” tells a story of how this child’s mother was raped and sexually abused by her father. It also shows the process of overcoming sexual abuse through therapy with Dr. Richard Garfield, who is the therapist in this story.
The book Loving My Mothers talks about the loss of a daughter and acceptance by you to welcome another girl into your family. The book starts off with Carrie Tansey who is studying at college then being kidnapped by her own dad named Joseph Tansy for six days (or months). This woman has gone through so much pain that she overdosed on drugs twice after surviving from an abduction attempt from her father’s second wife Nadine Skylar-Sheppard as well as experienced posttraumatic stress disorder which will give Carrie recurring nightmares that reawakened memories of what had happened in the past without warning or reason. Concluding, there are many stories out there that show us how one can heal after going through such horrific experience because they know they are not alone anymore but have someone to help them on their journey when they feel too ashamed to ask anyone else for help whatsoever.
This poignant memoir chronicles the traumatic psychological abduction and sexual exploitation at hands of attacker Carrie Zane Tansey, who experiences depression during college years yet overcomes trauma using therapy with Doctor Richard Garfield
“Begin by just sitting down with her. Ask her “Mom, can we talk?” If she says “Okay!”, then begin to tell her whatever is on your mind! Be honest about how you feel and about why you are frustrated and angry. Talk about what you wish she could do differently and why it is so hard for you to live in this situation. If you are able to speak openly, your mom may be able to change her behavior