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Ten 40-something women explore the relationships they each have with their mothers, agreeing to improve those relationships before it's too late - out February 26.

The Daughterhood
When you think about your mother, do you feel guilt? What is it about the mother-daughter relationship that proves so impossibly difficult? Imagine she has only 30 days left Mother Daughter Relationships, Join, Parenting, Club, Feelings, Families, Earth, Times, Fashion

Feel guilty about your mother? Now there’s a club you can join

When you think about your mother, do you feel guilt? Need? Irritation? Regret? What is it about the mother-daughter relationship that proves so impossibly difficult? Imagine she has only 30 days left

The Daughterhood: The Good, the Bad and the Guilty of Mother Daughter Relationships by Natasha Fennell and Roisin Ingle Mother Daughter Relationships, The Guilty, Parenting, Good Things, Daughters, Mothers, Beauty, Books, Women

The Daughterhood: The Good, the Bad and the Guilty of Mother Daughter Relationships by Natasha Fennell and Roisin Ingle

Read the first chapter here MY MOTHER will read this. My mother reads every article I write. She is the only person in the world who follows every twist and turn of my life, and I have no idea what

In The Daughterhood, Natasha Fennell and Róisín Ingle were inspired to try and encourage women to talk about their mothers and the joy and despair that this relationship brings. Book Club Books, New Books, Mother Daughter Relationships, The Guilty, Study History, Clueless, Health And Wellbeing, Memoirs, Growing Up

The Daughterhood

The Daughterhood book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A group of 40-something women explore the relationships each has wi...

MUM’S THE WORD: Mary Troy and her daughter Natasha Fennell love to go on holiday together, and once went backpacking for six weeks. Troy, Daughters, Backpacking, Mothers, Relationships, Leather Jacket, Holiday, Books, Women

Her mother's daughter - Natasha Fennell and her Mum

If you were to ask Mary Troy and her daughter Natasha Fennell about the characteristics they have in common, they would choose curiosity, bravery, love of travel, and not taking themselves too seriously. Their relationship is a very close and connected one, but a shared horror of sentimentality is also evident in the good-natured teasing and self-effacing exchanges between them.

'If you have an issue with your mother and you're over you kind of need to get over it' Old Adage, Get Over It, Daughters, Mothers, Relationships, How To Get, Books, Women, Fashion

'If you have an issue with your mother and you're over 35, you kind of need to get over it'

They say that a woman's work is never done … but let's be fair, this age-old adage usually refers to a mother's ongoing, tireless labour of love.

Last Thursday saw the launch of Natasha Fenell and Roisin Ingle's new book, The Daughterhood. Book Launch, New Books, Product Launch, Leather Jacket, Relationship, Reading, Pictures, Women, Fashion

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Last Thursday saw the launch of Natasha Fenell and Roisin Ingle's new book, The Daughterhood.

In The Daughterhood, Natasha Fennell and Róisín Ingle were inspired to try and encourage women to talk about their mothers and the joy and despair that this relationship brings. Book Club Books, New Books, Mother Daughter Relationships, The Guilty, Study History, Clueless, Health And Wellbeing, Memoirs, Growing Up

The Daughterhood: The good, the bad and the guilty of mother-daughter relationships

Buy The Daughterhood: The good, the bad and the guilty of mother-daughter relationships by Natasha Fennell, Roisin Ingle (ISBN: 9781471135309) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

Róisín Ingle and Natasha Fennell at the launch of their book, The Daughterhood. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times Irish News, Irish Times, Mother Daughter Relationships, Photograph, Product Launch, Book, Women, Fashion, Photography

Róisín Ingle and Natasha Fennell at the launch of their book, The Daughterhood. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

"I am grieving my mother even though she is not yet dead. My mother is different, unrecognisably so. But the love is the same." - Grace, The Grieving-Her-As-She-Lives-Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on Caregiver, Daughter, Relationship, Love, Quotes, Inspiration, Amor, Quotations, Biblical Inspiration

"I am grieving my mother even though she is not yet dead. My mother is different, unrecognisably so. But the love is the same." - Grace, The Grieving-Her-As-She-Lives-Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

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"I think I'm becoming my mother. This might be a good thing but I'm not sure. I'd like to figure it out." - Cathy, The Becoming-My-Mother Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on Figure It Out, Told You So, Daughter, Good Things, My Daughter, Daughters

"I think I'm becoming my mother. This might be a good thing but I'm not sure. I'd like to figure it out." - Cathy, The Becoming-My-Mother Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

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My mother makes me feel…Good about myself and accepts me for who I am.

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The Daughterhood

I wish I'd thought of The Daughterhood. This is going to be huge. So, this book asks a very simple question — how are you going to feel at your mother's funeral? It's so obvious, but it winds you. This book names something unbearable, and holds us to the deepest meaning of it. To ask about our mothers is to ask about the nature of love, and our capacity to understand love, whether it was given in our earliest years, or withheld. The Daughterhood tells the story of what the authors went…

"I see a tormented person who is never at peace. A woman wrecked with anxiety and guilt. A woman who can't hug." - Sophie, The Daughter of Madness The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on Growing Up, Hug, The Help, Anxiety, February, Told You So, Daughter, Lily, Relationship

"I see a tormented person who is never at peace. A woman wrecked with anxiety and guilt. A woman who can't hug." - Sophie, The Daughter of Madness The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

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"The main thing is I hide from her when she calls to my house but it's not my fault it's hers." - Maeve, The Busy Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on My Fault, Your Story, Maine, Told You So, Daughter, Relationship, Reading, Business, Books

"The main thing is I hide from her when she calls to my house but it's not my fault it's hers." - Maeve, The Busy Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

"The main thing is I hide from her when she calls to my house but it's not my fault it's hers." Maeve, The Busy Daughter The Daughterhood

"We have bad mother-daughter habits. I don't know what to do to change that. And I want her to stop disappointing me." - Debbie, The Disappointing Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on Disappointment, Your Story, To Tell, Things I Want, February, Told You So, Daughter, Relationship, Change

"We have bad mother-daughter habits. I don't know what to do to change that. I don't want to disappoint her any more. And I want her to stop disappointing me." - Debbie, The Disappointing Daughter The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

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"I see a tormented person who is never at peace. A woman wrecked with anxiety and guilt. A woman who can't hug." - Sophie, The Daughter of Madness The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on Growing Up, Hug, The Help, Anxiety, February, Told You So, Daughter, Lily, Relationship

"My mum was cruel to me growing up, always criticising my weight and appearance. I remember watching 'The Help' and understanding why Abileen says 'Not a good road if Mama don't think a child is pretty'." - Lily, The Daughter of Narcissism The Daughterhood: by The Daughterhood on @stellerstories

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