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A Mother S Dilemma

Author : Wendy L. Lyon
ISBN : OCLC:41986642
Genre : Fetus
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A Mother S Dilemma

Author : Emma Hornby
ISBN : 9781473560093
Genre : Fiction
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Gritty and page-turning historical saga set in Northern England in the late 1800s, for fans of Dilly Court and Rosie Goodwin. Minnie Maddox cares deeply for mothers and their babies – she makes a living by taking in unwanted children and finding them good adoptive homes – and is delighted for her neighbour when she finally becomes a mother after decades of trying. But when the baby dies of natural causes while under her roof, and knowing her neighbour will be devastated, Minnie swaps it with one of the infants in her care. Now seventeen, Jewel Nightingale knows nothing of her true origins. But assaulted by her hateful cousin and making the dreadful discovery that she is pregnant, she faces a desperate dilemma. Fleeing her job as a domestic maid, she follows an advertisement to a house in Bolton's dark slums, where a woman promises to help her when the child is born. Little does Jewel know that there’s a terrible price to pay . . . Can she keep herself – and her baby – safe? And what will happen when Jewel discovers the truth about where she came from?
Category: Fiction

A Mother S Dilemma

Author : Riza Petrunoff
ISBN : 1920681531
Genre : Decision making
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For the first time since Maria made a vow to herself to dedicate her life to her children, she faced a dilemma: her love for a man or her love for her daughter. The substance of this book is based on real events, but the names and some characters are fictitious.
Category: Decision making

A Mother S Dilemma

Author : John Edward Bankole Jones
ISBN : 9783990643938
Genre : Fiction
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It's bad enough being treated as an orphan and having to endure a succession of foster homes, living in an orphanage, or being farmed out to a succession of 'Aunties' and not knowing who your biological parents are. It gets a lot worse when your skin is 'coffee-coloured' and your mother, when you finally confront her, refuses to allow you to call her 'Mother'. This was the situation that John Edward Bankole Jones found himself in. Nevertheless, he manages to forge himself a highly successful life as a diplomat, journalist and lawyer. He vividly describes the contrast between living in the developing world in Sierra Leone with his African father and his White mother in England. This is his story.
Category: Fiction

Also A Mother

Author : Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore
ISBN : UOM:39015032969654
Genre : Social Science
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This book suggests that beneath the everyday scuffles over gender roles and child care lies a religious crisis of work and love. As a professor, the author asks of Christian teaching, "How can it respond better to women and men who want to work in fulfilling ways and to love in intimate relationships?" As a mother, she insists that such teaching must at last take seriously what mothers think, feel and desire.
Category: Social Science

A Mother S Day Dilemma

Author : Juliette MacIver
ISBN : 1775433455
Genre : Brothers and sisters
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Queenly trinkets for her hair? A royal pair of underwear? Poor Prince Pierre and Princess Emma face a major muddlesome dilemma. What do you give your mother the Queen... when she has absolutely everything?
Category: Brothers and sisters

The Modern Mother S Dilemma Classic Reprint

Author : Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg
ISBN : 1334215898
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Excerpt from The Modern Mother's Dilemma When the modern woman's dilemma crept into public discus sion 'well before the turn of the century, the subject concerned the cultivated woman, the one who had managed to receive an education of a kind previously reserved for men. Even today, in England and in the Scandinavian countries the talk is largely about the university woman. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Category: Family & Relationships

Their Mothers Sons

Author : Edward Adam Strecker
ISBN : UOM:39015002965872
Genre : Neuroses
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At Market Value

Author : Grant Allen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041028510
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The Timing Of Motherhood

Author : Carolyn Ambler Walter
ISBN : UVA:X001064810
Genre : Social Science
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Examines the quality of mother-child relationships for younger and older mothers, shares their experiences and opinions, and discusses changing attitudes toward careers and full-time parenting
Category: Social Science

Working Mothers Happy Kids

Author : Amita Dholakia
ISBN : 9789889979911
Genre :
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Liberation was meant to expand women's opportunities, not to limit them. One of the most hotly discussed issues of this generation is the working mother's dilemma: to quit mid-career, giving up money, status and stimulation to look after one's children; or to continue employment and leave the nurturing to someone else. Active nurturing is the basis of this book. For employed mothers, it refers to the spirit of the time you spend with your children in a way that will make them feel encouraged, inspired, empowered, tickled or valued. Active nurturing does not require you to fill every moment of your time with your children with intense activities, but when you are together, you should remember to be positive, warm and emotionally responsive. The 21 illustrated insights in this book, along with many that you will develop from your individual experiences with your children, will empower you to enrich your lives together.

Working Mothers And The Child Care Dilemma

Author : Lisa Pasolli
ISBN : 9780774829267
Genre : History
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During the twentieth century, child care policy in British Columbia matured in the shadow of a persistent political uneasiness with working motherhood. Charting the growth of the child care movement in this province, Working Mothers and the Child Care Dilemma examines how ideas about motherhood, paid work, and social welfare have influenced universal child care discussions and consistently pushed access to child care to the margins of BC’s social policy agenda. Lisa Pasolli also celebrates those who have lobbied for child care as part of women’s rights as workers, parents, and citizens.
Category: History