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How Can We Ever Know Our Mothers as Real People?

We will never catch them up, never be a sister or a friend

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Can children ever see their mothers as normal people?

Our relationships with our mothers are complicated. She gives birth to us, raises us, teaches us about life — mostly her version. She may deliberately bring us up in the opposite way to which she was…

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Sherryl Clark

Sherryl Clark

Writer, teacher, editor, book lover — www.sherrylclarkwritingcoach.com is where I offer editing and manuscript development services.

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