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Suzanne Braun Levine
Like many women in midlife, I find Mother’s Day as much a reminder of a fraught relationship as a celebration of motherhood.
Even if we are not caring for our mothers, and even if we rarely spend time with them — even, as in my case, they are no longer alive — the emotional status of our relationship with them is a major factor in our ongoing reinvention. The intimacy between a woman and the woman who gave birth to her has its own unique mix of physical, psychological and gender forces within each of them.
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5 Organizations that Support Fathers & Families
In 2000, my book “Father Courage: What Happens When Men Put Family First” was published. It was the result of my exploration into the uncharted territory of “shared parenting.”
There were pioneers everywhere, but they were few and far between. As I wrote then,
“My first clue was the backpacks…Like the moms and baby-sitters trudging by, they seemed blissfully oblivious to giant rabbit or Mickey Mouse ears rising from behind their own. These were dads who knew–knew their own kids in that …