Alice Scott-Ferguson was educated as a registered nurse in Scotland, holds a B.S. degree in Health Sciences, and has worked mainly in the psychiatric field, and as a freelance writer, poet, and motivational speaker. Alice has contributed to both the secular and religious press, has written and taught Bible studies, and produced prize-winning poetry. She lives with her husband in Arizona.
"Affirms women in their life journey: Mothers, you can't do it
all, so stop stressing and rely on God. A worthwhile addition that
offers balance to any library's parenting section."
-Church Libraries Magazine
"Please get this book. [Mothers], your outlook will change for
the better as you experience freedom in Jesus!"
-The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
"Scott-Ferguson is a thinking woman who has named the things that get mothers into trouble--hovering, meddling, expecting our children to prove our worth--all in the effort to be a perfect parent. Thank you, Alice, for helping us trust God and let our parenting be about our children instead of being about us."
-Jan Johnson, author of Growing Compassionate Kids and When the Soul Listens