After years of observing the women in her life go through a variety of mother daughter and mother son challenges, Nicholl felt compelled to write a book that advises, warns, and teaches people who want to go low or no contact with their mothers.
Nicholl's own grandmother was an inspiration for writing this non-fiction book. After years of suffering in her own family, the grandmother considered herself to be the black sheep. Over time, the mother of six gradually distanced herself from certain toxic relatives and didn't permit her children to visit or stay with them.
With so many people who visit Nicholl's YouTube channel: nmenterprise7 in search of peace of mind and answers to family related spiritual matters, a book like this is a diamond in the rough--a playbook that illustrates the games that mothers will play to get their way by any means necessary.
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To purchase the book go to Smashwords, Tell Me Mother You're Sorry.