Holy sh*t - your kid’s going to college! Welcome to the emotional roller-coaster.
Influencer Sharon Brecher's fun and candid “best friend’s take” on your kid leaving home, encompasses the period of time spanning from preparing your kid to move out, to moving into their dorm, to returning home without your child. This time’s wrought with emotion and through funny illustrations and transparent slice-of-life narrative, Miserable Mom: The Do’s and Don’ts of Sending Your Kid to College will give you an authentic connection to others who are also navigating this emotional time.
By normalizing common parenting and mid-life vulnerabilities with a dose of humor, Miserable Mom will help you feel supported while enduring this incredibly special time of parenting. Delivering an unapologetic perspective of motherhood, Sharon shines a light on the stream of consciousness we all internalize and helps us laugh at ourselves.
This comical and honest survival guide is a perfect gift for any mom or dad facing this stage of parenthood.
“Sharon has taken her first-hand experience with the daily angst and indignities of motherhood and - instead of eating cupcakes alone in her car - has channeled it into this well-observed and funny book! Her illustrations that juxtapose her comic characters against a real-life background are an apt metaphor for her clever take on what it means to love and let go with a sense of humor... and to get up the next day and do it all over again.” - Eileen Heisler, Executive Producer/Co-Creator of Hit TV Series, The Middle
“She’s not really miserable. She’s creating her way through the ups and downs of life’s most perplexing assignment – raising humans. Sharon’s book is a sassy, sparkling help list for a mom’s most dreaded job, sending her kid to college. You will laugh, you will wince, you will buy two books so you can cut one up to send pages to your friends.” - Becky Blades, Author of Do Your Laundry or You’ll Die Alone: Advice Your Mom Would Give if She Thought You Were Listening
“Miserable Mom: The Do's and Don'ts of Sending Your Kid to College is fun, lighthearted and brimming with good advice - The perfect gift for any parent navigating this emotional, exciting journey.” - Linda Wolff, Freelance Writer/Syndicated Blogger, CarpoolGoddess.com