It was three years ago when I registered a press conference with a writer, speaker and writer, Amy Ferris. It was my first experience, because it allowed me to write honestly and clearly about my relationship with my mother. I walked away feeling light, relaxed, and strong.
Knowing and understanding our relationships with our mothers and daughters, provides insight into who we are, often unleashing what has never happened before. With the annual Women’s Day celebrations just around the corner, these ideas in us now are fresh, raw, and, clean.
Here is a brief summary of this conference, and you can learn more by clicking on the link below:
Saturday, May 15: In this class there are two young women / girls who have written and produced. Radio and video producer Marta F. Kauffman and her daughter Hannah Canter and a reality production team on the Grace & Frankie team with Marta company Okay Goodnight. And Carol Jenkins and her daughter Elizabeth Gardner Hines he also wrote the book Black Titan: AG Gaston and Making Millions Black Americans. They will share their relationship stories, and record what you discussed with your mother or daughter.
Sunday, May 16: Kristine Van Raden and Molly Davis, fellow writers a Letters to Our Daughters (shown on Oprah), will lead the writing discussion as well as for your mother or daughter. And Alka Joshi, New York Times best-selling author Henna artist, will share in depth the acquaintance of his mother as the two traveled to their native India to search for Alka’s books. The advice of these well-known writers will help you to use writing as a tool for understanding, healing and celebrating the most important relationship a woman can have.
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