What happens to an ambitious girl who grows up to be a mother?
Maleah thinks being a stay-at-home mom makes her inferior to other successful women. Plagued with unrelenting thoughts of inadequacy, she struggles to heal from postpartum depression without medication. Her search to save her body, her marriage, and her family leads to an unexpected revelation until she realizes a secret to incomparable joy and health hidden within the heart of mothering.
Lies of the Magpie flows with humor and witty observation, escorting the reader on an unparalleled narrative experience. This stunning debut memoir is Eat, Pray, Love (Elizabeth Gilbert) for the stay-at-home mother who longs for a journey of self-discovery without leaving home or arranging a babysitter.
Discover this not-to-be-missed, transformative reading experience.
“Lies of the Magpie grabbed my interest from the first chapter. Warner’s humor and description captivated me to the very end.”
Luann Yetter, Author of Bar Harbor in the Roaring Twenties.
“A revelatory journey of a mother’s search to find healing from postpartum depression. This book is a must-read for mothers and fathers everywhere.”
Eric Dyches, Founder of The Emily Effect