If someone asked you how you felt about premarital sex, what would you say? Whether you waited or not, we each have a perspective about it. For those of us who crossed that moral boundary prematurely and encountered unpleasant consequences, that question may be a touchy subject.
For the author, never in a million years could she have imagined that those fun, thrilling, spontaneous encounters would destroy her youth, taint her reputation, compromise her self-worth, and make life so complicated. After overcoming those obstacles, she buried that hurtful, shame-filled past and kept her feelings about it tucked away.
However, twenty years later, she was asked that same question by someone she would have never anticipated, her fifteen-year-old daughter. And she wanted nothing more than for her to wait!
"Chicken Pot Pie" is a compelling, thought-provoking quick read about a mother who digs into those old emotional wounds and comes up with a unique approach to encourage abstinence by courageously exposing her past. In doing so, she unleashes three riveting stories, each with a lesson that has the power to change obstructive generational patterns, including teen pregnancy.
So, what would you say?
And why in the world is this book called "Chicken Pot Pie?"
Order your copy today and find out!
Against the overwhelming odds of poverty, teen pregnancy, a speech impediment, and low self-esteem, this South Texas Native pursued higher education in Early Childhood Development. She used her professional and life experiences to train thousands of Early Childhood Professionals within her state throughout the past decade. She believes positive interactions with children make a difference in the classroom and a greater impact in our homes.
The author's groundbreaking debut book can be summed up by one of her favorite quotes made famous by Mother Teresa. "If you want to bring happiness to the world, go home and love your family."