By Colleen Sell
Intense...loving...complex...close - moms and daughters have their say during this unforgettable collection.As moms bring up their daughters to womanhood; as daughters come into their very own; as moms watch daughters turn into moms themselves, after which deal with their moms via midlife and past; the mother-daughter bond keeps its strength and poignancy forever.Mothers and daughters proportion greater than simply lifestyles, demise and love; they alternate knowledge, suggestion and intimate secrets and techniques in contrast to that of the other relationship."A Cup of convenience for moms and Daughters" explores the power and intensity of women's unbreakable earliest bond.Filled with tales that celebrate within the complexity and kindness - in addition to the struggles and triumphs that make the mother-daughter courting so major - this magnificant publication will enlighten the spirit and enhance the lives of its readers.
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Does the magic continue even when your children are grown and gone and parents themselves? Will I look at Jana in thirty years and still feel the same rush of love for her that I do now? It almost hurts to think of that kind of love. It’s too vulnerable, too fragile. I know well the barriers that spring up between parents and their children over the years, the frictions, the misunderstandings, the daily conflicts and struggles, the inevitable pulling away and final break for independence. I ache to think that someday Jana will grow up and wave away my tentative words of love as I did yours.
And while things between us aren’t always warm and fuzzy, we are— contrary to the popular belief about mother-daughter relationships—close friends who applaud one another’s accomplishments, lean on each other, and have loads of fun together. We are not alone. If you’ll excuse me while I put on my journalist’s hat, research has shown that, contrary to all the negative jibe and jokes about the supposedly sorry state of mother-daughter relationships, 70 to 90 percent (depending on the study) of adult women report having positive, flourishing relationships with their mothers and daughters.
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A Cup of Comfort for Mothers and Daughters: Stories That Celebrate a Very Special Bond by Colleen Sell