Book Review: I Can See You Now by Michael Shraga and Ayelet Shraga

Title: I Can See You Now

Author: Michal Shraga & Ayelet Shraga

Genre: Non-Fiction, Parenting

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

What dark secrets are your children hiding from you?

This book takes you on a courageous journey into the souls of a mother and a daughter. A unique text, written by them in tandem, exposes what all of us are afraid to discover. Do we really know what is happening with our children? Are we perhaps at times asleep in our relationships? Has our child given up, and what can we do about it? What began as a normal communication breakdown between a rebellious teenager and her Mom—who is juggling studies, a career, raising her children, and preserving a marriage—turns into a nightmare, and secrets that had been hidden for years are revealed.

Encounter a mother and daughter’s true journey of healing, faith, and hope

Slowly, with great patience and caring, the mother succeeds in unraveling the entanglement in their lives, eventually bringing them to the peaceful shores of healing and love. This courageous, gripping book will not leave you unmoved. It provides a mirror through which one can learn to perceive the other without laying blame, to see the other without being judgmental. To give love in the hardest moments is the biggest cure you can hand to your loved ones.

In I Can See You Now, the focus is on the mother-daughter relationship, and the secrets children can keep from their parents – and how, if such a secret is revealed, parents can deal with this shocking rveelation.

I see a lot of myself, back when I was a teenager, reflected in this book.  I can imagine my mother being equally as frustrated with me as the mother is here, and I can see my own frustrations reflected in the daughter’s tantrums.

The author duo does a great job portraying honest, raw emotions in this book, which I’m sure will connect with all mothers and daughters out there who once struggled with their relationship and the turmoil that comes with growing up, and with some of the struggles life throws at us. An inspiring read.

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