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Praying for Your Prodigal Daughter by Janet  Thompson
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Jun 13, 2011

really liked it
Recommended for: any parent, especially mother who has a prodigal daughter
Read from April 27 to June 13, 2011 — I own a copy

Just what the doctor ordered. I've been in agony for several years with a daughter who has turned her back on just about everything we've taught her about what is good and right. She has always danced to a different drummer. When she lived at home, it was hell...she had us all at each other's throats and stressed out to the max. She went away to college and our home life became calm again, but it did not take away the constant worry. This book helped me to learn to leave it in God's hands, because only he can bring her back and on HIS time. I just have to keep praying and being patient.
(and this was not an ebook...paperback, but there were no other options)
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Sue (booknbeachbag) Nancy, I have a similar daughter, too. The concept of the book sounds good, but the whole praying thing... I don't do well with books talking about God's hands. Contrary to how my beliefs evolved over my lifetime.

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