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This I Believe - On Motherhood (Cód: 9236309)

Blauner, Andrew; Gregory, John; Gediman, Dan; Gediman, Mary Jo

John Wiley & Sons

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Compelling stories of motherhood from the producers of the popular public radio show This touching, thought-provoking book includes pieces on motherhood in its many manifestations written by more than sixty remarkable men and women from ordinary life, whose reflections and sentiments will resonate with readers far and wide. Among the contributors are young, middle-aged and elderly mothers (and stepmothers), as well as sons and daughters of all ages and from many different backgrounds. By turns funny and profound, this book is always engaging. Includes stories that are reverential and loving, as well as stories that are sad and clouded by yearning, loss, and regret Offers a compelling portrait of the diverse range of beliefs and experiences related to what is the most powerful and complex of human relationships Describes universal experiences that everyone can relate to, no matter your age, gender, or parenting status Written as a keepsake book that can be thoughtful gift for someone special in your life, 'This I Believe: On Motherhood' feels like flipping through a family photo album, each page offering another richly detailed snapshot of daily life from the delivery room to the deathbed. This I Believe: On Motherhood From the popular radio series This I Believe comes this inspirational compilation of original essays on what one writer has called the 'definitive relationship'--motherhood. It is a relationship filled with love and heartbreak, pride and rebellion, advice not taken, and dreams realized. A mother can be a cheerleader, a teacher, a breadwinner, an eternal optimist, and the safe harbor from life's many storms. This collection tells the personal stories of sixty essayists who share, in intimate terms, what motherhood means to them, exploring the unique bond that can be at once painful, loving, constructive, and nurturing With rare candor, old and young children, biological mothers, stepmothers, and adoptive mothers all offer their perspectives. These essayists remind us that mothers may not always share our opinion or approve of all our actions, but they believe in us--and we believe in them, even if we aren't always able to show or say it. Written as a keepsake book that can be a thoughtful gift for someone special in your life, 'This I Believe: On Motherhood' offers a compelling portrait of the diverse range of experiences and beliefs related to the mother-child relationship. With personal insights and inspiration, this collection makes a wonderful gift for longtime mothers, new mothers, and mothers-to-be. To read more essays and submit your own, please visit Praise For 'This I Believe: On Motherhood' 'It is a one-of-a-kind connection. The mother-child bond is not necessarily a product of the birth process. It is a product of love and caring, time and commitment, patience and teaching, enjoying the good times and working through the hard times.' --Beth Beery 'I believe in calling your mother. No matter where you are, no matter what you are doing, a phone call to your mother will make the world seem less daunting and help you feel stronger.' --Suzanne Biemiller 'I did not give birth to Trenton, but I love him as a mother would. I believe that being a mother is more than biology; being a mother is a state of mind.' --Jennifer Smith 'When my daughter was born, one of my many fears was that raising a child with Down syndrome would diminish my experience of parenthood, that this would be a less joyful kind of mothering. It is not.' --Beth Crawford 'There are few things that have been around since the beginning of time. Birth is the beginning of time. For me, it is a great metaphor for all that is still mysterious and magnificent in the world.' --Geeta Maker-Clark, MD


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Marca John Wiley & Sons
Cód. Barras 9781118074534
Altura 18.03 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781118074534
Profundidade 2.54 cm
Referência 018466347
Acabamento Capa dura
Número da edição 1
Ano da edição 2012
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 208
Peso 0.27 Kg
Largura 13.46 cm
AutorBlauner, Andrew; Gregory, John; Gediman, Dan; Gediman, Mary Jo