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What’s a Mother to Do?

In many countries and cultures a special day is set aside to honor mothers and recognize the hard work and heavy responsibility mothers share as they bring forth, nurture, and mold new citizens. To the woman he said, “I will … Continue reading

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The terrible, beautiful responsibility of motherhood

Whoever you are, wherever you live, you began your life’s journey nestled within the body of your mother.  From the spark of your conception, your mother’s life was changed, irrevocably. The first changes were merely the invisible effects of her … Continue reading

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Thoughts for single moms on Mothers Day

Like all too many women, through divorce or  marriage to men who were uninvolved fathers, I’ve raised my children mostly on my own.  Children raised without the opportunity to see their father cherish their mom sometimes don’t know how to observe Mother’s Day. … Continue reading

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The Fine Art of Gift-receiving

Mother’s Day, like most gift-giving occasions can be an emotional mine field. We are constantly reminded that it is “the thought that counts” while at the same time we are bombarded with commercial promotions that imply that the quality of … Continue reading

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