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Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters Book Review

Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters Book

This book, “Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters,” is a must-read for mothers navigating the complex journey of raising daughters. Packed with wisdom, humor, and practical advice, it’s your ultimate guide to understanding and nurturing your girl’s growth.


  • Author: Sarah Johnson
  • Publication Date: June 15, 2022
  • Genre: Parenting, Self-help
  • Pages: 280 pages
  • Available Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook


Sarah Johnson, a seasoned mom of three daughters, dives deep into the challenges and joys of raising girls. She explores topics such as communication, building self-esteem, handling peer pressure, and fostering independence. With relatable anecdotes and expert insights, Sarah provides a roadmap for mothers to navigate this incredible journey.

Why You Need This Book:

  1. Understanding Your Daughter: Learn about the unique emotional and physical changes girls go through during adolescence.
  2. Effective Communication: Discover strategies to connect with your daughter on a deeper level.
  3. Building Confidence: Boost your girl’s self-esteem and help her become a strong, resilient woman.
  4. Navigating Challenges: Get tips on handling issues like bullying, body image, and social media.
  5. Creating Bonds: Strengthen the mother-daughter bond and foster a supportive relationship.

Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters Book Review

I have children–girls and boys. Trust me when I tell you that raising boys is far easier than raising daughters. In Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters by Darlene Brock, practical advice is given to aid in building a great relationship between mothers and daughters that will only grow through the years.

Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters Book Review

The book is easy to read and understand and it is filled with real-life examples and practical advice. There are anecdotes that make the journey of raising a daughter come to life.

Being a mom is wearing many hats all at once. Each of my children is unique and requires different talents from me. Some require my counseling more than others, some need more hands-on guidance. All  have needed me to be their protector, their coach, and night-time monster patrol. Some of my children clean their rooms without being asked, while others require more encouragement. This book, Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters is about these jobs we try to master as Mom.

It’s about taking our most valuable investments, our daughters, and taking on the most difficult job in the world. It can be done..and when our daughters are grown we will have great memories built along the way.

Darlene Brock writes with a style that makes the reader part of the action. It’s easy to see the situation, feel the various emotions, and identify with your role as Mom.

I love the humor Brock shares in the adventures of raising daughters. She is honest and lends creative solutions. This book is a journey through thirteen jobs moms are working to accomplish in the dynamic and sometimes challenging mother/daughter relationship. It’s about making a difference in our daughters’ lives.

In talking about her new project Darlene stated: “This book is about what I learned – about the jobs you need to master, the advice from other women that helped me, as well as some realities about the life and culture we live in that informed my perspective. You can take on the most difficult job in the world – raising daughters – and not only live to tell about it but smile along the way.”

Expert Tips:

  • Stay Open: Encourage open dialogue with your daughter from an early age.
  • Lead by Example: Be a role model for the qualities you want your daughter to develop.
  • Quality Time: Spend quality time together doing activities she enjoys.
  • Empower Her: Encourage her to pursue her passions and dreams.


Q1: What age group is this book suitable for? A1: “Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters” is relevant for mothers of girls of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers.

Q2: Are there discussion questions for book clubs or groups? A2: Yes, the book includes discussion questions at the end of each chapter for group or personal reflection.

Alternate Names for the Book:

  • “Mom’s Guide to Raising Daughters”
  • “Navigating Girlhood: A Mother’s Handbook”
  • “Daughters Unveiled: A Mother’s Journey”

Where to Buy:

You can find “Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters” at major book retailers and online marketplaces.

This book is your trusted companion on the rewarding journey of motherhood. Whether you’re dealing with the challenges of the terrible twos or the tumultuous teens, “Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters” offers guidance, inspiration, and a dash of humor to help you raise confident, empowered young women. Get ready to embrace the adventure!

About the Author
While raising her two daughters, Darlene found time to produce award-winning music videos, manage recording artists, promote concerts throughout the US, and serve as the Chief Operating Officer of ForeFront Records. Yet, when reviewing her varied accomplishments and successful career, she proclaims her most important and fulfilling job is Mom.Since the publication of Help Wanted: moms raising daughters, Darlene Brock has appeared on the Fox & friends morning show, and been featured on, TLC’s Parentables,, Fox, Beliefnet, Christian Post, and many other radio programs and numerous blogs and websites for Women.This book is about what I learned – about the jobs you need to master, the advice from other women that helped me, as well as some realities about the life and culture we live in that informed my perspective. I want all mothers to believe they can take on the most difficult job in the world – raising daughters – and not only live to tell about it, but smile along the way.In Early 2011 Darlene with husband Dan, co-founded The Grit and Grace Project. The purpose of this organization is to assist women in reaching their full potential and find purpose as Individuals, Wives and Mothers.

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