Brings to public knowledge information about the effects of psychological trauma and bereavement on children.
In contrast , their friend Nancy loses both parents when her mother poisons her father and is imprisoned . Nancy lives with her father's family , who cannot ...
Author: Jean Harris Hendriks
Publisher: Psychology Press
Chapter 20 — When A Mother's / Father's Annuity Ends A mother's / father's annuity ends in the month the only qualifying child : • Dies ; or • Marries .
Category: Government publications
Explores the circularity of Navajo thought through studies of sandpaintings, chantway myths, and stories reflected in the constellations.
SKY IS MY FATHER SPACE , TIME , AND ASTRONOMY IN NAVAJO SANDPAINTING Trudy Griffin - Pierce Foreword by N. Scott Momaday EARTH IS MY MOTHER SKY IS MY FATHER ...
Author: Trudy Griffin-Pierce
Publisher: UNM Press
This work reevaluates the biblical house of the father in light of the anthropological critique of the patrilineal model. It uncovers and defines the contours of an underappreciated yet socially significant kinship unit in the Bible: 'the house of the mother.'
Forget your people and the house of your father. ... his older brother's blessing from his blind father, his mother and coconspirator informed him that Esau ...
Author: Cynthia R. Chapman
Publisher: Yale University Press
The woman was formed only as a help - mate to Adam ; and such is the mother to the father in the management of children . The facts that she is peculiarly ...
His father, seeing him bent on trying his fortune on the mighty deep, found him a berth in one of his own ships as captain's clerk, bound to a port in ...
Author: Edmund Brownell Weston
"Leaving the M/other develops a striking parallel between Whitman's poetry and Kristeva's theory with close readings of poems published from 1855 to 1881. At the root of the analysis is the metaphor of the ocean."--BOOK JACKET.
In a different way the love of the Symbolic father cannot represent ... from its potentially crippling dependence on the mother , and allow it to gain a ...
Author: Beth Jensen
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Have we not reason to believe that many a daughter will find a father among the saints on high , allured to the cross through her instrumentality .
Author: Abigail Goodrich Whittelsey
Honor thy father and thy mother , that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee . ” Prov . i .
This collection discusses the depictions of mothers-in-law in popular culture and provides a different approach to the popularly-held views of mothers-in-law.
This happens after the son's father and mother are unsuccessful in dissuading him from marrying a blind girl. Initially, the father who had forced the ...
Author: Jo Parnell
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Social Science
The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.
Custody ofTwo Ci£ „ ren Working mother wins cui gourt rules against former stay-at-home father in battle for girls Family Law HER BRUISING CUSTODY BATTLE ...
A poignant and breathtaking novel from the author of The Things We Keep and The Secrets of Midwives. All their lives, Alice Stanhope and her daughter, Zoe, have been a family of two, living quietly in Northern California. Zoe has always struggled with crippling social anxiety and her mother has been her constant and fierce protector. With no family to speak of, and the identity of Zoe’s father shrouded in mystery, their team of two works—until it doesn’t. Until Alice gets sick and needs to fight for her life. Desperate to find stability for Zoe, Alice reaches out to two women who are practically strangers but who are her only hope: Kate, a nurse, and Sonja, a social worker. As the four of them come together, a chain of events is set into motion and all four of them must confront their sharpest fears and secrets—secrets about abandonment, abuse, estrangement, and the deepest longing for family. Imbued with heart and humor in even the most dismal moments, The Mother’s Promise is an unforgettable novel about the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters and the new ways in which families are forged. Sally Hepworth novels are "sure to appeal to fans of Jojo Moyes, Jodi Picoult, and Lisa Genova; book clubs will be lining up." —Library Journal (starred review)
He shook her father's hand and this time the connection worked out. ... According to her grandma—his own mother—her father had always been aloof, ...
Author: Sally Hepworth
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
“ I was engaged in writing a letter , my mother and sisters working at a little round table , and my father reclined in an arm chair before the fire ...
Author: Emily Clark
Author: Jerry Anthony Treppa
“ Where do your father and mother live ? " inquired Montague . “ Mother's dead , your honour , but father's only stepped up to the parson's after a ...
Author: Alicia Catherine Mant
Chapter 8: focuses on Labour and delivery; it looks at what the mother, father and family should do in planning for delivery. It also hints on mother's ...
Author: JOSEPH A AWOYEMI
they tell their children about their dad and the sweet memories of your life lives on. My brothers went on having families of their own: Fred, ...
Author: Beresford K. Samuels
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Illustrated with the real-life stories of a diverse group of fathers--from a truck driver to an NFL player, from a stay-at-home dad to Lorne Michaels, the producer of Saturday Night Live--this guide helps dads sort through their own father's legacy, communicate with their kids, nurture a relationship with their children's mother, and balance work and family life. Original.
And, echoing my best friend, who happens to be a single dad, my mother also “taught me to be tough, to stick through things that are hard.
Author: John Badalament
Publisher: New World Library
Category: Family & Relationships
Using printed and manuscript texts composed between 1575 and 1672, Jennifer Heller defines the genre of the mother's legacy as a distinct branch of the advice tradition in early modern England that takes the form of a dying mother's pious counsel to her children. Reading these texts in light of specific cultural contexts, social trends, and historical events, Heller explores how legacy writers used the genre to secure personal and family status, to shape their children's beliefs and behaviors, and to intervene in the period's tumultuous religious and political debates. The author's attention to the fine details of the period's religious and political swings, drawn from sources such as royal proclamations, sermons, and first-hand accounts of book-burnings, creates a fuller context for her analysis of the legacies. Similarly, Heller explains the appeal of the genre by connecting it to social factors including mortality rates and inheritance practices. Analyses of related genres, such as conduct books and fathers' legacies, highlight the unique features and functions of mothers' legacies. Heller also attends to the personal side of the genre, demonstrating that a writer's education, marriages, children, and turns of fortune affect her work within the genre.
Multiply obligated as a mother, a wife, and a widow, Halkett is compelled to instruct her son. She also informs Robert: “it was the last command your father ...
Author: Ms Jennifer Heller
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Literary Criticism