MEADVILLE, Pa., January 26, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — “Labor Pain”: A thoughtful discussion of parenthood. “Labor Pain” is the creation of a published author Chioma AA Menakayaa devoted mother of three children.
Menakaya shares: “Parents! Have you ever wondered what was wrong with your child or blamed yourself for your children’s difficulties?
“The book Labor Pain is a thought-provoking analytical search for answers to the parent-child relationship. It is the author’s inner conflicts and questions that raise her children in a cultural environment different from the one in which she was raised. , as a single parent, a product of divorce, a Christian, and in a time of great cultural change. Her book explores the roles and conflicts between culture, religion, personality, and socioeconomic factors in the parent-child dyad and parenthood The ups and downs of parenthood and the many twists, turns and rest stops on one’s spiritual journey as a parent.
“His book explores real human struggles in stories, proverbs, poems and other narratives. Using Psalm 127:3-5 which states that children are a gift and reward from God as a framework, the questions difficulties become: Why is parenting difficult? Who or what is to blame for difficult parent-child relationships? What constitutes a healthy relationship? What is a good or bad parenting?
“Chioma AA Menakaya invites readers to travel with her and, in doing so, to make their own discoveries or gain knowledge to help them manage or enjoy their own journey as parents. The author hopes that children reading this book will gain an understanding of the parent’s point of view. The book also provides useful tools for child protection workers, psychologists, family advocates and counselors dealing with migrant families who understand the role of culture and religion in parenting. . Journey along.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Chioma AA Menakaya new book will inspire and challenge readers to reflect on their relationships with their own parents and children.
Menakaya draws inspiration from her own trials, tribulations and joys as a devoted mother to bring awareness to the journey of parenthood.
Consumers can purchase “Labor Pain” at traditional bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes Store, or Barnes and Nobles.
For more information or inquiries about “Labor Pain,” contact Christian Faith Publishing’s media department at 866-554-0919.
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