May 2015
Scholastic Parent & Child;May/Jun2015, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p50
The author discusses her doubt regarding her abilities as a mother and the role her mother played in teaching her to trust herself. Topics covered include the author's childhood memories on her mother's sudden thrust into single parenthood after her father passed away, her desire to be always near her mother, and the ways her mother filled the void her father left. Also mentioned are her college days away from her mother and the lesson she learned from her mother about managing a child.


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