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How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door

An Awesome Mom Handbook

What worries you most about your relationship with your tween/teenage daughter?

• Are you finding it harder and harder to communicate with her?

• Is she getting advice from her friends instead of listening to you?

• Do you find yourself reacting to inevitable situations, instead of planning for them?

Help is here!


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If you want something to be different tomorrow, you have to do something different today. Why risk making it up as you go along, when you can read the handbook?




About the author

Deborah Ann Davis, B.S., M.Ed., W.I.T.S., is an award-winning author, speaker, and coach with over three decades of experience in middle and high school education. As a teacher, Deborah has helped countless families replace the pain typical of the tween and teenage years, with fostering positive and healthy relationships, despite adolescent angst.

Founder of The Awesome Mom Tribe, and a mother herself, Deborah now applies her experience in education to Coaching Parenting Skills. Armed with a sense of humor, a B.S. in Education from University of Massachusetts, and a M.Ed. in Supervision from Emory University, she provides guidance and encouragement for moms to help them foster positive and healthy relationships within their families.

Deborah’s previous titles include How to Get Your Happy On and the Love of Fairs series.


5 Star Reviews

“I am the mom of two teen girls and this book has been very helpful. I’ve gotten some tips to apply that I did not think of, or did not know yet. Excited to apply them and strengthen our relationship to have a healthier experience. Thanks, Deborah, for writing this book.”

Mary Elizabeth Jackson, Podcaster and Awesome Mom

“I don’t know how Deborah Davis knows my daughter, but my daughter is a master door slammer ;). At least, she was until I started seeing how I could understand her more and she could understand me. The book gave us a shared voice that we didn’t have before.
I have an almost-16-yr-old daughter who is smart, funny, independent, and just like me. We have had many struggles in the past few years after divorce from her father, and I found “How To Keep Your Daughter from Slamming the Door” to be as comforting as a bear hug. I LOVED IT!!!!.”

Liz, An Awesome Mom


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