Hi, I’m Saundra!
I teach mothers to build strong, solid bonds with their daughter through effective communication. I help mothers to become their daughter go to person by having open and honest communication building the connection that will last a lifetime.
After initially writing and launching my book and having multiple conversations with mothers, it was surprising that even though mothers were buying my book, it was not to have a conversation with their daughters. It was just for their daughter to read and basically get the information on their own. My book was written not only to inform teens but to education mothers, enabling them to gain knowledge and initiate conversation with their daughters. But there was no communication taking place. Mother's were not having the conversations needed to prepare their daughters for dating, understanding what healthy relationships are about, abuse, sex or just life.
So I have made it my mission to help mothers build an unbreakable bond with their daughters, by teaching them how to communicate effectively and actively listen to their daughters. To build more than a relationship with them, but to build a bond. You can have a relationship with anyone but it takes a special connection to build a bond.
Over the years I have been able to build a rock solid bond with my daughters where we discuss EVERYTHING. We talk everyday. We still do things together and they still come to me for advice or to just talk things out. I am their go-to person, their confidante. I want every mother to have that same relationship. I want to do that for YOU.
I enjoy spending my spare time with my husband, children, family, and friends.
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About The Book:
Make It Stop!
A Young Woman’s Guide to Overcome or Prevent Dating Abuse.
As a teen, Saundra J Golden was dealing with the aftermath of having been sexually assaulted as a little girl by her piano teacher and abused by her boyfriend with having no one she felt she could turn to. Although she had a relationship with her mother, she didn't feel as though she could talk to her mother about either of these occurrences in her life so she suffered in silence. There was no connection or bond where she felt safe and free to discuss with her mother about the trauma she had incurred.
Like Saundra, there are so many girls suffering because their mothers have not taken the time to learn how to effectively listen and communicate with their daughters about topics such as dating abuse, relationship and sex. In her book, Saundra want mothers to begin having the conversation about these topics she speaks of in her book, helping to guide their daughters while building an open line of communication to let them know you will always be there for them. These important conversation, she believes can not only help in building a relationship but a bond.