Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-165) and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ759.3 .H37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 169 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||2007938978|
Overview A Mother Apart has been written to relieve the isolation of the many women separated from their child who say, "I thought I was the only one".Brand: Crown House Publishing. A Mother Apart provides deep insight and practical support to women as they struggle to find ways to adjust to living apart from their children. The helpful perspectives light the path on the way to â ¦/5(27). A tightly spun domestic suspense novel focusing on the dynamics of a mother/daughter relationship, as well as the relationship of two sisters, Tear Me Apart /5(). A Mother Apart has been written to relieve the isolation of the many women separated from their child who say, ‘I thought I was the only one’. Women live apart from their children - lose residency, have minimal contact, become estranged or choose part-time motherhood for a number of reasons.
Sarah Hart’s book, A Mother Apart: How to let go of guilt and find happiness living apart from your child is published by Crown House. She now has a good relationship with her 24 year old daughter, who grew up with her father in South Africa. Sarah Hart, author of ‘A Mother Apart’ offers understanding, specialist telephone counselling to all mothers apart from their children. A family apart is another great book about a family of orphans and their journey to find a new forever home. This book can be relatable to any child who come from an adoptive family or is going through that process.4/5. Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine! So begins this poem which was published as a dedication to Kipling’s book The Light That Failed. Because of the less-than-happy ending of that book, Kipling probably added ‘Mother o’ Mine’ to the beginning of the book as a way of saying sorry to his mother for having displeased her; she’d have preferred the happy ending.
A sensitive and moving story, "The Last Violet: Mourning My Mother" explores on many levels one woman's journey from regret to inner peace, but it also helps others begin their own reflection and journey. The book offers heartwarming insight while bringing comfort to . BOOK A Mother Apart has been written to relieve the isolation of the many women separated from their child who say, ‘I thought I was the only one’. A Mother Apart: How to let go of guilt and find happiness living apart from your child moves beyond the stigma linked to mothers who leave their children and offers understanding and practical support to help mothers come to terms with their emotions as they adjust and come to terms with life apart from their child/5(6). Uchendu - The younger brother of Okonkwo’s mother. Uchendu receives Okonkwo and his family warmly when they travel to Mbanta, and he advises Okonkwo to be grateful for the comfort that his motherland offers him lest he anger the dead—especially his mother, who is buried there. Uchendu himself has suffered—all but one of his six wives are Cited by: 2.