do?'' She was almost schizophrenic in the sense of her two personalities. ... Says another Angel, “My mother will not do anything for anyone.
Author: Victoria Secunda
“A book of great value for every daughter and every mother; useful for sons, too.”—Benjamin Spock, M.D. From the Introduction: The goal of this book is to help readers achieve that separation so that they can either find a way to be friends with their mothers, or at least recognize and accept that their mothers did the best they could—even if it wasn't “good enough”—and to stop blaming them. Among the issues to be covered: • To understand how a daughter's attachment to her mother—more so than her relationship with her father—colors all her other relationships, and to analyze why it is more difficult for daughters than sons to separate from their mothers, as well as why daughters are more subject than sons to a mother's manipulation • To recognize the difference between a healthy and a destructive mother-daughter connection, and to define clearly the “bad mommy,” in order to help readers who have trouble acknowledging their childhood losses to begin to comprehend them • To conjugate what I call the “Bad Mommy Taboo”—why our culture is more eager to protect the sanctity of maternity than it is to protect emotionally abused daughters • To describe the evolution of the "unpleasable" mother—in all likelihood, she was bereft of maternal love as a child—and to recognize the huge, and often poignant, stake she has in keeping her grown daughter dependent and off-balance • To illustrate the consequent controlling behavior—in some cases, cloaked in fragility or good intentions—of such mothers, which falls into general patterns, including: the Doormat, the Critic, the Smotherer, the Avenger, the Deserter • To understand that the daughter has a similar stake in either being a slave to or hating her mother—the two sides of her depen dency and immaturity • To illustrate the responsive behavior—and survival mechanisms —of daughters, which is determined in part by such variables as birth rank, family history, and temperament, and which also falls into patterns, including: the Angel, the Superachiever, the Cipher, the Troublemaker, the Defector • To show how to redefine the mother-daughter relationship, so that each can learn to see and accept the other as she is today, appreciating each other's good qualities and not being snared by the bad • Finally, to demonstrate that a redefined relationship with one's mother—adult to adult—frees you from the past, whether that re definition ultimately results in real friendship, affectionate truce, or divorce.
Mommy must look at the screen to see who called, because she barks “What, you jerk? ... Mommy can tell anyone to do anything, and they usually do it, ...
Author: Lauren E. Richards
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
When seven-year-old Fern’s divorced mother starts acting strangely, family secrets come to light. Soon, Fern ends up in the hospital due to her mother’s actions. Angry and frightened, Fern must find the will to survive. Through a missing diary, a mysterious older sister, and a manipulative mother, Fern embarks on an odd and frightening journey to uncover the truth about her mother’s past.
Author: Suzanne McMillen-FallonPublish On: 2015-06-18
Can I do anything for you?” “No, Carol. But thank you for caring.” I pray for an answer, something I can do, which comes when Rob's parents need a ...
Author: Suzanne McMillen-Fallon
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Category: Biography & Autobiography
“There’s one thing I know – God exists.” At age nineteen, MaryAnne McMillen severed two vital nerves at the base of her skull when she suffered a near fatal fall. This was followed by an out-of-body experience, life after death, in which she heard the words, “It’s not your time.” When the two nerves fused together, MaryAnne was left in unrelenting, excruciating pain. Being the mother of a young son and married to a philandering brute of a husband when the accident occurred, the family disallowed the use of any medicine because it was against their religion. After fourteen years of agony, doctors were finally able to perform a unique surgery known as intraspinal rhizotomy. This story weaves together the idea of family and faith, while also creating a sense of longing in the reader’s own life for something bigger than themselves. Mommy’s Writings is the extraordinary memoir of the love between a mother and her young son, and a great-grandmother whose intense devotion to the two of them kept their little family together. It is a story of faith in God, of forgiveness and acceptance, and of gratitude.
He had no idea what they were saying but he could hear their animated chatter. He felt a tug at his heart, thinking that his wife had missed out on doing ...
Author: Susanne Hampton
Christmas wish come true… Dr. Phoebe Johnson might have sworn off all men, and moved all the way to Australia to escape her cheating fiancé, but her new boss—dashing Dr. Heath Rollins—is just so hard to resist… Single dad Heath's sole focus is his precious son, Oscar. Yet every year his little son wishes for a mommy. Now, with vivacious Phoebe igniting a fire in Heath's heart and opening his eyes to a whole new world, could all their dreams come true this Christmas?
Carmen shares her challenges and victories in Motherhood which has taught her life lessons and helped her grow in her faith. This book is intentionally written to be easy to read, relatable and thought provoking.
Author: Carmen Harden
Publisher: Xulon Press
Mommy Can Do Anything is a 30 day devotional written from one Mom to Another. Carmen shares her challenges and victories in Motherhood which has taught her life lessons and helped her grow in her faith. This book is intentionally written to be easy to read, relatable and thought provoking. Each day you will be encouraged by the Word of God and the Mom Inspired Quotes are sure to make you smile. No matter if you are a mommy to be, believing to conceive, have adopted, are a bonus mom or just plain overwhelmed, this book will speak to you. On your 30 day journey you will: - Examine your heart and behaviors - Identify areas to grow in your faith - Renew your perspective on motherhood - Be reminded that you are not alone - Celebrate your wins - Be encouraged to dream again This devotional will ultimately help you be the best version of yourself so that you can leave a lasting legacy for your children. So, what are you waiting for? Start your journey today! Carmen Harden is a wife, mother, daughter, and friend. She is a woman of faith that has spent over 12 years in various roles in ministry and ministry leadership. Carmen is passionate about seeing people, especially women, walk in and pursue their God-given purpose. She spent close to 20 years in Corporate America before being promoted to Stay at Home Mom in 2016. She & Her Family reside in Michigan.
Branded and in a bottle, Mommy, could make gazillions. Trytopicture it. ... At about thetwelfth minute, something miraculous begins tohappen.
Author: Joni Pitt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Fretful that her lifelong struggle with anxiety, depression and misplaced approval seeking may be hereditary, first-time author Joni Pitt is determined to save her young daughter from a similar fate. Outlining her real-life passage to the suburban Seventh Circle of Hell through a minefield of eating disorders, twisted corporate star-making machines, postpartum depression and crushing humiliation on the corporate Mommy Track, Pitt captures an Origin of the Demon Species across five years of alternately amusing and heartbreaking journals. Ultimately, time and counseling provide the perspective to strike an armed truce with the demons of anxiety and depression, to deconstruct their antics and to pass on the wisdom of experience to her daughter. In D is for Demons, Pitt (“Mommy”) animates her otherworldly tormenters with a whimsical writing style that colors her journey downward and back to near-redemption. Knowing that demons are managed, never vanquished, she guides daughter Julia in all aspects of spy-worthy demon counterinsurgency. Her message is delivered in short chapters that range from cheeky advice for fostering destructive habits, to finding an honest existence, to the mandatory acceptance of personal responsibility. In sync with Pitt’s emotional growth, D is for Demons evolves from a Demon Handbook of Dirty Tricks to a matriarchal family cookbook for living, passed from a loving mother to daughter and intended to span generations. The book symbolizes the determination of mothers of every species, however wounded, to stand between danger and their offspring.
You can tell them all day long that prayer is fun, and you can talk about ... I explained that if we don't do anything wrong, we have no need to be afraid.
Author: Megan Breedlove
Find fulfillment in knowing that every task, no matter how small, has incredible significance to God. A mom's work is never finished--from changing diapers and fixing meals, to helping kids with their homework. Often the first one to rise and the last one to sleep, a mom doesn't need a special award for her work; she just wants to feel like her work matters and is appreciated. But often, mothers don't always feel they are affirmed for all that they do. While moms tend to look to people for affirmation, the truth is, the only place to find this appreciation is to look to God. Based on Matthew 25:31-46, where Jesus tells his servants that the work they've done for the least of these, they have done directly for him, Well Done, Good and Faithful Mommy helps moms realize that everything they offer their children, they offer directly to Jesus. Moms will find fulfillment in knowing that every task they do, no matter how small, has incredible significance to God.
What that means is that your mommy and I have to go to the city and get a piece of paper saying we can get married and then find someone who can do it.
Author: Kathryn Malka Blake
GRANITE FALLS is a work of fiction; a novel with a Capra-esque (Meet John Doe) quality. It is about "The Little [Town] That Could." which picks itself up, dusts itself off and reinvents itself after years of neglect as the American industrial age decimates. Tucked in the gently rolling hills of the Rust Belt where three states merge by the banks of the Ohio River, Thompsonville is a small county seat typical of so many towns left behind by the loss of manufacturing jobs and American business. The downtown area has deteriorated to such an extent that there is virtually no business there, other than that of its county offices. This occurred over many yearsin direct correlation to the town's plants being shuttered, the closing of mills and the relocation of companies attempting to capitalize on the lower cost of wages in other states and then overseas. An ensemble group navigates their lives from 1992, when several are graduating from high school, as they attend college, enter careers, marry, divorce, etcetera. After fifteen years apart, the group reconnects in their hometown, each for their own reason frustrated by the national economy, their inability to find jobs or keep their companies afloat. Recognizing that they cannot expect the government to solve their hometown's problems due to the general state of the American economy, the group determines to rebuild Thompsonville (and rename it Granite Falls) by combining their efforts and enlisting the help of the town's businesspeople. In order to accomplish their plan. it is necessary to either sell it to the current mayor or run against him in the next election coinciding with the presidential election of 2008.
Making sure you build some just-us time into every day will reassure your toddler ... In many toddler homes, mommy can do no wrong . . . and daddy can do ...
Author: Heidi Murkoff
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Health & Fitness
The international super-successful What to Expectbrand has delivered again - announcing the arrival of a brand-new member of family: What to Expect the Second Year. This essential sequel to What to Expect the First Year picks up the action at baby's first birthday, and takes parents through what can only be called 'the wonder year' - 12 jam-packed (and jam-smeared) months of memorable milestones (from first steps to first words, first scribbles to first friends), lightning-speed learning, endless explorations driven by insatiable curiosity. Not to mention a year of challenges, both for toddlers and the parents who love them, but don't always love their behaviour (picky eating, negativity, separation anxiety, bedtime battles, biting, and tantrums). Comprehensive, reassuring, empathetic, realistic and practical, What to Expect the Second Yearis filled with solutions, strategies, and plenty of parental pep talks. It helps parents decode the fascinating, complicated, sometimes maddening, always adorable little person last year's baby has become. From the first birthday to the second, this must-have book covers everything parents need to know in an easy-to-access, topic-by-topic format, with chapters on growth, feeding, sleeping, behaviours of every conceivable kind, discipline (including teaching right from wrong), and keeping a toddler healthy and safe as he or she takes on the world. There's a developmental time line of the second year plus special 'milestone' boxes throughout that help parents keep track of their toddler's development. Thinking of travelling with tot in tow? There's a chapter for that, too.
We had to do what Mommy wanted Mommy would have been very mad if we hadn't done what she wanted Mommy will—she will catch up with us later.
Author: Lloyd Kropp
Black-robed priests roam the countryside with shotguns. The Green Legionnaires break into houses. Acid rains ruin the forest of America, as hordes of refugees from the desolate northern cities travel south for the most terrible of winters. For Arthur Ferrier and his family, the pleasant town of South Haven has long been home. But what was once so familiar and comfortable has now been dissolved into a frightening strangeness. The local newspaper stops delivering, the power fails, and then come the food riots and the closing of the hospitals. For reasons no one really seems to understand, the centers of civilized life are breaking apart all around them. But Arthur remembers his father’s dream, and he fingers the key around his neck—a key that opens a lock to a door far away in the northern mountains, a place where he and Marilyn, his wife, hope to live and raise their children in peace. Thus begins the odyssey of the Ferrier family as they pursue their last hope: the safe haven prepared by a wise grandfather. It is a journey filled with adventure, peril, and desperate faith. And One Hundred Times to China is a novel of terror, courage, and one family’s fight for survival with life’s greatest gift as its only weapon—their love for one another.
I will like to hear her sing that song just like she sing it at the party. ... Mommy saying Mommy, the one that goes something like this can't hurry love!
Author: Carol Lynn
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book is not "only" for the astounding "hearts" but for the eyes to see along with the hands to touch in a magical way, that will last forever an ever!! It will stimulate, penetrate the preserving edge of our "youth" with a full understanding of our society. Having to serve with "Love" in a way that lasting not forgetting, the "message" of the term itself which lies within all of us. This book will "motivate" readers to "challenge" their own expectations towards stretching their limits, it will "provoke" thoughtful consideration about life itself. All an all! This book is the quality of originality, that has a great need to be brought into existence.
You can do anything you want to if you try.” “Mom said she was going to teach me how to play the piano ifI finished learning the cello another year, ...
Author: Richard L. Song
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book is a heart-warming story of a family that struggles through gut-wrenching situations. Their faithfulness and loyalty to each other give them the strength to survive the devastating chain of domestic violence. It is a gentle yet powerful story of love that is weaved through the dynamics of a modern family and has them coming out victors. It causes the reader to cheer for the protagonist as he holds firm to his trust in God while going through the challenges his family faces and while trying to keep his family intact. It is a rare opportunity to enjoy a story that ends in happiness, as the good overcomes the evil.
I give them everything they could ever want. ... Letting your son do anything at any time and giving him everything he wants isn't love.
Author: Dr. Kevin Leman
Publisher: Baker Books
Every mom wants the best for her son. She wants him to succeed in life, to be a man of character, to find a good woman, to be a great dad. But sometimes boys are hard for moms to understand. Sometimes they're strange, annoying, and downright disgusting! Yet always they need a mother who is engaged and interested in them, because a mom is the most important person in a boy's life. In What a Difference a Mom Makes, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Kevin Leman uses his wit and wisdom to show Mom how to lay the groundwork that will allow her son to grow into a good man. Armed with Dr. Leman's expert advice and insight, Mom will gain an understanding of her boy at every stage, from that very first diaper change to the moment he leaves for college. Dr. Leman shows how to discipline a boy, how to command respect, how to let him fight his own battles, how to understand his sexuality, and how to weather the changes in the mother-son relationship as he grows up. Most of all, Leman shows Mom how to lighten up and have some fun along the way with that boy who will always have her heart.
Mummy is outside. If there's anything you need, you can come out and find Mummy." Mommy will be here watching over you." "Mommy, why don't you go in with ...
Author: Yi Bai
Everyone said that she was the most miserable woman. She did not love herself and gave birth to a child that was unknown to her father.F * ck.It's all nonsense.Without the framing of that trash of a man, how could she have gotten into that accident?That her daughter was a bastard?As the daughter of the first Wealthy Ming family, she was clearly the little princess of the Ming family!There was still someone coveting her husband? That she wasn't worthy of Mr. Ming?Kang Nian'an threw the two bright-eyed marriage certificates in front of everyone and declared his sovereignty. "I, Mrs. Ming, have gained the reputation of Mr. Ming!"
Then you'll see what it's like.” The Real Images 0fM0t/1er: 4 YEARS OF AGE My Mommy can do anything! 8 YEARS OF AGE My Mom knows a lot! A whole lot!
Author: Joan E. Miller
Should I open it or shouldn't I? That's the question. Will it have a virus attached, will it be something I really don't want to see or read? Is it someone I know? What if I open it and don't want to download the attached file? How am I going to answer it if it requires an answer? Not to worry, be creative or let them think you are. Pages upon pages of fun stuff right at your fingertips. Chock full of educational, informational and pure nonsensical stuff of absolutely no use. It will be the desk reference you'll use the most because it's fun and sometimes even factual. Did you know that the only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is uncopyrightable?. . . or that the world's termites outweigh the world's humans 10 to 1. Find Yada, Yada, Yada inside.
Mommy will always be here for you no matter what. To take care of you, teach you, help you, protect you and most of all to love you everyday of ya life.
Author: Renarda Huggins
Publisher: Concrete Rose Publishing
Shanae Huggins is a 15 year old girl who had perfected a method of getting whatever she wanted. With a mind well beyond her years she develops a system that improves her hustle; from stealing to selling drugs. The one thing Shanae had never really anticipated was falling in love. When she meets Keyshawn Johnson, an alleged 21 year old New York resident, Shanae struggles to see things for what they are--P.  of cover.
I had a class under a professor who was doing research on family genetics. ... BONUS TIDBIT “THE IMAGES OF MOTHER” 4 YEARS OF AGE- My Mommy can do anything!
Author: Marvin Sullivan
Back Yonder is not fancy. It is like a hand-sewn quilt. It has taken much time and effort. What you see is what you get. The tales are original and have some truth, even though I have added some exaggeration and fiction. Ben Franklin said no one would ever read history unless fiction was added.