Momma Cusses: A Field Guide to Responsive Parenting & Trying Not to Be the Reason Your Kid Needs Therapy (Paperback)
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There are lots of experts out there who will tell you they have the magic recipe to raising perfect humans. Gwenna Laithland is not one of them. She’s one of us. Frustrated, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Her relatable representation of parenthood validates our experiences. In Momma Cusses, Gwenna uses her signature style of snark and sarcasm to explain her interpretation of responsive parenting vs. reactive parenting and outline the steps she takes to raise her kids. Whether you are a parent or someone who has had a parent, we all need to learn how to handle our emotional spirals responsively.
Now we can all be in it together by tackling some of the hilarious yet all-too-real scenarios Gwenna outlines in her book, including:
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR SH*T:
Mom guilt vs. mom shame
ARE YOU YELLING OR ARE YOU JUST BEING LOUD?:
Get in control of your emotions
THE BIG FEELS LOOP-DE-LOO:
Get in control of their emotions
Accessible, digestible, and rooted in reality, Momma Cusses helps readers with navigating family dynamics and cultivating emotional resilience for everyone.
About the Author
GWENNA LAITHLAND was born and raised in Oklahoma. Gwenna got her start as a writer at the age of 18. She branched out into content marketing soon after and has worked with museums, professional sports teams, accounting firms, and universities to help refine their content. She started Momma Cusses in 2019 first as a e-zine and shifting toward a social media focus in 2020. She still lives in Oklahoma with her husband and all three kids.
"The humor lands and the guidance on setting boundaries, helping children identify their needs, and letting them fail safely is a boon. This will be a balm for weary parents." --Publishers Weekly
"Side splittingly funny and relatable. A rollicking read for overwhelmed parents...to learn how to regulate themselves to be responsive, not reactive to their children." --Library Journal, starred