Humorous, ribald, powerful, and filled with wisdom, anecdotes, and shared affirmations, this collection of voices—single and working moms, moms creating extended families, a mom with a special-needs child, moms trying to balance their needs against those of their children—celebrates the quiet heroism of mothers. Inspired by Margaret Dragu's radio program, this book features 15 true accounts of mothering—not the baby-blue-and-pink, sanitized nursery rhyme presented in the popular media, but explorations of the enormous (and underacknowledged) transformation that motherhood brings to a woman's sense of self, her mate, her body, and her connection to mothers throughout history.
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Published April 1, 1992
by ECW Press.
Parenting & Relationships.