Helen Greer's new book, '50 Pearls of Wisdom' is set to help women everywhere be the perfect mother of the bride. Being the perfect mother of the bride isn't easy. In fact, there are days when it can seem absolutely impossible. Up until w there has been very little advice available to the mother of the bride. The main focus and advice is mainly given to the daughter as her special day approaches. While this is understandable, without her mother, the bride's day wouldn't run quite so smoothly. Helen Greer was inspired to write 50 Pearls of Wisdom after her own mother of the bride experiences. She recalls: There were times when I felt so frustrated because I just didn't kw what was expected of me. I researched online and found very little information available. It was a stressful time and it made me want to share my new found kwledge so other women wouldn't find it as draining as I did. The book focuses on everything from choosing the right outfit to dealing with daughter melt downs and socialising with the in-laws. Separated into small snippets, it's easy to flick through and find tips as and when you need them. The last thing you want when you're stressed is to read through long paragraphs until you find the information you need. This book is designed to be a helpful guide you can call upon whenever you get stuck. If you're looking to be the perfect mother of the bride, 50 Pearls of Wisdom can help. No longer will you be left wondering what is expected of you or how you should handle a certain situation. The book contains real advice from somebody who has been there and who has gained insider kwledge on what is expected of you. It's a book that every mother of the bride should own.
Helen Greer is a keen writer, cook and gardener, born and raised in the small village of Walkington. Now residing in the nearby town of Beverley with her husband, she loves nothing more than to walk her two Labradors, Nell and Angus, over the local Westwood. She spends a lot of time writing for a local free press on her experiences of village life, rural culture and planting seasons. Very much a strong part of the local community, she enjoys sharing her knowledge to help others. Proud mother to two adult daughters and a son currently studying his PhD, Helen decided to pen '50 Pearls of Wisdom' thanks to her own 'mother of the bride' experiences. What should have been a happy occasion turned into months of frustration. She simply didn't know what was expected of her. After researching online, she found she certainly wasn't alone. What should you wear? How should you deal with a daughter who turns into bridezilla? How do you handle meeting the in-laws? All of these were burning questions in Helen's mind. 50 Pearls of Wisdom was created to help women everywhere understand what is expected of them on their daughter's special day.