You're a Bad Wife Because You Can't Clean the House - A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Home Mother-in-Law Approved

There are many women in the world that believe it is unprogressive, some going as far to say that it’s downright insensitive to say that women belong in the home, but that isn’t what I’m saying at all. I’m simply saying that in most cases for women, there is a desire to not just maintain the home, but watch after the children. Whether it be maternal instinct or social conditioning is a debate ... More

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About Pharice M. Brown

A native of Northwest Washington, D.C., author and entrepreneur Pharice M. Brown presents her first eBook, You're a Bad Wife Because You Can't Clean the House? A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Home Mother-in-Law Approved.

Brown is President of her multi-industry firm, Pharice Brown & Associates, LLC, which offers a wealth of professional services such as environmentally safe cleaning and space management and event/meeting planning and management.

In addition to penning You're a Bad Wife, Brown holds a plethora of top level positions, from current Public Relations Director for the JD Donaghe 2016 Presidential Campaign, to Chairperson for We Women International, a 501( c ) 3 nonprofit which supports, empowers and encourages women to reach their utmost potential. Brown has also served as an A&R Director and Manager for Roc City Records in North Carolina, as well as a television consultant for the award winning short film An Empire Divided and variety show Somebody's Shorts for DCTV. Numerous other honors, accomplishments and featured appearances grace Ms. Brown's career.

She currently resides in the D.C. area.

Pharice Brown & Associates, LLC:
http://pharicebrown.weebly.com.

Reviews

Review by: Troy Stewart, Sr on Jan. 23, 2016 : (no rating)
My understanding of the fundamental truths of social conditioning is one that I feel the need to share after reading this incredible book. The natural relationship, and interaction between a Wife, and Mother is both dynamic, and complex.

Typically, there's two options that one has in this unique scenario. The Man is commonly the head of the household. The Wife is the Man's life partner. There's no competition between a Wife, and Mother because they both share two distinct roles in the family unit. The friction, and challenges remain, and continue when roles become intertwined.

It is always the positive approach for a Wife to maintain control of her domain, her house. When the Mother visits, she is a guest but entitled to considerations in terms of respect by virtue of her role within the family unit.

The Mother should not present as a superior to a Wife but has the expertise, and experience to provide advice, and assistance if such support is requested or supported by the family unit. The Wife must demonstrate to her family that she is capable of holding down the duties of keeping her house in order. It is not a requirement for her to demonstrate to a Mother, but paramount for her to keep her house clean for the sake of love for her immediate family.

The best way to avoid challenges between a Mother, and Wife is to conform to social norms of the respective roles as mentioned without animosity or reserve. Through experience, I've found this approach simultaneously fulfilling, and rewarding. This book is more than advise. It provides the social conditioning that makes the tasks of a Wife alot better in the long run. This is a very effective book, and I enjoyed it because it speaks a plethora of truth into the Wife's need to attend to her duties in effort to improve the relationship between her and a Man's Mother.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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