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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Way of the Warrior Mama: The Guide To Protecting And Raising Strong Daughters by Sally Clark is an insightful and helpful read to all mothers out there when it comes to protecting their daughters from sexual abuse and trauma. The tips in the book are useful to all mothers when it comes to broaching the topics of sexuality and sexual violence, how they educate and bond with their daughters, teaching their daughters sexual boundaries, advice from trauma survivors, and the importance of fostering healthy female friendships to protect their daughters. This book will see all mothers conquering their fear and anxiety when it comes to raising daughters and how to tackle difficult situations with confidence.
The author’s personal stories help her connect with many readers who have had similar experiences and the book is not only for mothers; it is also a good tool for fathers to raise strong and confident daughters who will be careful when it comes to relationships and dealing with boys and men. I like the way the author handles a relevant and important topic with wisdom. Books like these are eye-openers to many readers and will increase their awareness while raising daughters to be careful of the dangers lurking at every point. Mothers must be careful and educate their daughters about the importance of setting sexual boundaries when it comes to their friends, acquaintances, and family. ‘A mom isn’t someone who nurtures. A mom is someone who fights’ – this sentence sums it all up and will give strength and clarity to all mothers to carry on like the goddess Durga and become a mama warrior goddess.