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ISBN:0877884013
Author: Anna Helene Kirsch
ISBN13: 978-0877884019
Title: Still The Person I Turn To: Celebrating the Mother-Daughter Bond (originally titled: Arms of Love)
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Language: English
Category: Family Relationships
Publisher: Shaw Books; First Edition edition (February 2001)
Pages: 112

Still The Person I Turn To: Celebrating the Mother-Daughter Bond (originally titled: Arms of Love) by Anna Helene Kirsch



Just between Mother and DaughterFeaturing heart-warming photographs, rich Scripture verses, and excerpts from the writings of well-known mothers and daughters–such. ISBN13: 9780877884019. by Anna Helene Kirsch.

Created April 29, 2008.

From the early years between a mother and child to the setting free of a growing daughter and the nurturing of an adult friendship, this treasury of truths and reflections speaks to the wonder, the challenges, and the tenderness of the mother-daughter bond. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

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If your mom is still at the top of your speed-dial list, science explains the reason for that: mother-daughter relationships are the strongest of all parent-child bonds when it comes to the common ways their brains process emotion, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. That’s because while the connections between mothers and sons, father and daughters or fathers and sons may be built on solid foundations of love, they aren’t always as strong in the empathy departments. Based on the findings, brain chemistry is responsible for that

Michael described the love he felt for his wife as 'instantaneous' when he recounted the moment on The Johnathan Ross show in December last year. He said: 'I saw this lady on the television in a commercial and fell in love instantly. It was for coffee in Brazil. I just watched her and thought, "that's the woman for me"!

There's nothing quite like the bond between mother and daughter. These true life stories bring the bond to life in heartwarming. 14 Heartwarming Stories That Prove There’s Nothing in the World Like the Mother-Daughter Bond. Tales of infinite love in 100-words or less. Layland Masuda/Shutterstock. In the recesses of my closet, there is a bin filled with clothes. One day, my 13-year-old daughter begged to raid it. Excited to save money on back-to-school outfits, I told her to pick a few pieces. It smells like you, she said. I no longer care if I ever fit into those clothes again.

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Just between Mother and DaughterFeaturing heart-warming photographs, rich Scripture verses, and excerpts from the writings of well-known mothers and daughters–such as Gigi Graham Tchividjian, Corrie ten Boom, Anne Lamott, Catherine Marshall, Louisa May Alcott, and Elisabeth Elliot–Still the Person I Turn To is a book of grace, joy, celebration, and gratitude. From the early years between a mother and child to the “setting free” of a growing daughter and the nurturing of an adult friendship, this treasury of truths and reflections speaks to the wonder, the challenges, and the tenderness of the mother-daughter bond.