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Disturbing power of motherly love
|Statement||stories and poems from London Voices Poetry Workshop ; [edited by Gill Oxford].|
|Contributions||Oxford, Gill., London Voices.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Love. As mothers, we have the opportunity to see our children for the pure love they are, and to keep that love as the basis of their upbringing. With every child who grows up living in love, believing in the power of love, we can potentially add awareness, compassion, and beauty to an all too often cruel and ugly : Catherine Keating.
The Power of Mother Love highlights the incredible--although sometimes unrealized--influence that a mother has on her children and her society. Decades of scientific and psychological study provide overwhelming evidence for the idea that "mother love" has an enormous, permanent impact in shaping the character and life of a child.5/5(9).
The back cover of Dr. Brenda Hunter’s book The Power of Mother Love casts a vision for moms: “Mother love shapes cultures and individuals. While most mothers know that their love and emotional availability are Disturbing power of motherly love book to their children’s well-being, many of us do not understand the profound and long-lasting impact we have in developing our young children’s.
You'll probably hate this book if you are: *a feminist. *a working mother. *not a Christian. *prone to freaking out about what you "should" be doing. But it is a great book about how mothers influence their children to be good, Godly, happy people, right from the very beginning, with tips on how to use one's power for awesome.4/5.
Mother Love is a highly original collection of poetry that uses the myth of Demeter and Persephone to portray the complexities of the mother-daughter relationship and the human relationship with hell. While the allusion is clear, the poems are Disturbing power of motherly love book by: 3.
A stunning read about the fierceness of love triumphing over a rigid society.” —Caroline Leavitt, author of Is This Tomorrow "A captivating, page-turning, and well-researched novel about the power of a mother's love A great choice for book clubs and readers of Geraldine Brooks." —Library Journal (starred review).
Mother Love/Mother Hate boldly illustrates how a mother's desire for devotion coexists with the impulse to hurt and desert. Parents will find Parker's insight into the conflicts that beset them illuminating and deeply reassuring. Reversing the conventional psychoanalytic approach, in which maternal ambivalence has been understood chiefly from Reviews: 2.
Love isn't pretty -- it's beautiful. I'm currently reading the Isabel Allende memoir The Sum of Our Days. I think that's possibly why I thought along those lines when reading the post. Allende wrote the book to tell her dead daughter Paula what had happened since she died. We are born of love; Love is our mother.
— Rumi (read more Rumi quotes) A mother’s arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them. – Victor Hugo. Sometimes the strength of motherhood is greater than natural laws. – Barbara Kingsolver. That strong mother doesn’t tell her cub, Son, stay weak so the wolves can get you.
The love curse of the title is an obsessive mother-love that leaves Oedipus in the dust. A truly bizarre book, and one that is very difficult to rate. It is indeed very well-written, and it surely succeeds at what it attempts to do. I certainly couldn't put it /5().
The faith my mother gave me—the words she whispered when she said good night, the idea that gave me hope for the two of us even when we fought bitterly over trivial things, as mothers and daughters do, I guess—was her belief in love, a love so unconditional we could barely scratch at the edges of comprehending it.
(shelved 1 time as the-power-of-love) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Parents stand on the brink of hitting their teenage children, or may actually do so, while the teens fabricate elaborate strategies of revenge.
Hurt, pain, uncontrollable rage, and other forms of abuse also make up the dark side of love. This landmark book has a bold thesis: The denied dark side of love that can show us love's true nature.
More life reflections from the bestselling author on themes of societal captivity and the catharsis of personal freedom. In her third book, Doyle (Love Warrior,etc.) begins with a life-changing event.“Four years ago,” she writes, “married to the father of my three children, I fell in love with a woman.”.
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For me, reading is the ultimate escape, anti-anxiety balm and tranquilizer. The power to heal -- -- Part Two: The power of mother love in a child\'s life. The power of attachment -- 7. The power of separation -- 8. The power to impart faith -- 9. The power to hone a conscience -- The power to create empathy -- The power to build a brain -- The power of time -- -- Part Three: The legacy of mother love.
This groundbreaking book boldly illustrates how a mother's desire for devotion coexists with the impulse to hurt and desert, and sheds new light on hot topics such as postpartum depression, child abuse, and child abandonment/5(1).
Ang Lee's gorgeous romantic western about two cowboys in love on Brokeback Mountain was a prime candidate for Best Picture in (it lost to Crash, which we won't talk about).The poignant story.
Get this from a library. Mother love/mother hate: the power of maternal ambivalence. [Rozsika Parker] -- Many a loving mother has had fleeting feelings of hatred toward her children - the desire to hurl a howling baby out the window or to lock a teenager out of the house.
In this provocative book. Peony in Love shows the strength of women and women’s friendship, but in what ways does it also show the dark shadow side of women, whether in the women’s chambers, between a mother and daughter, between wives, or even between friends.
Peony in Love is very much a tale of secrets and the power secrets can exercise over others. What. “Love Mother Love Daughter: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned” by Ellen Frazer-Jameson was a fast-paced novel that I read in one sitting.
Yes, I love to read, but, like many of the reviews that tempted me into purchasing this book, I was pleasantly surprised by this unique, action-packed s: "Power Book II: Ghost" picks up shortly after the earth-shattering events of "Power" as Tariq St.
Patrick grapples with a new world order: his father dead and his mother, Tasha, facing charges for.mother of six. She’s the author of two books: Loving the Little Years: Motherhood in the Trenches () and Fit to Burst: Abundance, Mayhem, and the Joys of Motherhood ().
She blogs at RACHEL PIEH JONES (@RachelPiehJones) is a wife, mother of three, and freelance writer. She lives in East Africa and blogs at.