At 59 years old, grandmother D.G Fulford decided to revive her relationship with her mother. So the two got together and wrote a book.
For Fulford and her 89-year-old mother, Phyllis Greene, it was a challenge, but it was a way for the two to revitalize their mother-daughter relationship.
The book, “Designated Daugther: The Bonus Years with Mom,” talks about the final years of life with the most important woman in your life. Many people are scared to come to terms with this life stage, but Fulford says having a better outlook could make a big difference in how those years turn out.
She talks with Growing Bolder about the special message she hopes readers take away from her book and how writing with her mother changed their relationship.