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1 She took to mothering like a duck to water.
2 Babies and young children need mothering.
3 He was a disturbed child who needed mothering.
4 Colleen had dreamed of mothering a large family.
5 Naomi's mothering experiences are poignantly described in her fiction.
6 Stop mothering her - she's 40 years old and can take care of herself.
7 The reality of mothering is frequently very different from the romantic ideal.
8 Of course, the two mothering modifications are inextricably linked.
9 Others are wound up with mothering tasks that have them running in all directions at noon.
10 She had been active in mothering already, and this was useful in coping with her mixed feelings.
11 But why discuss mothering alone in a book about redefining motherhood?
12 The next step involves dispersing the mothering throughout a larger parenting network.
13 Acute schizophrenia can severely impair mothering skills when maternal distress leads to distraction and neglect.
14 In such societies girls learn mothering from their earliest years, usually by mothering their brothers and sisters.
15 A new kind of mothering exists between these two extremes, at the locus of self.
16 The way she did it, mothering was a full-time job.
17 Another kind of mothering cake was the simnel cake, a very rich fruitcake.
18 Over time the church festival blended with the Mothering Sunday celebration.
19 I met Charlie,[sentencedict.com] and he asked me to come along to the Mothering Day Service.
20 Deborah Benady, freelance writer and single mum Being female helps with mothering, but it is not enough.
21 Women can love their children but not like particular aspects of mothering or specific developmental stages.
22 If single motherhood magnifies the problems of contemporary motherhood, it can also underscore the rewards of mothering while pursuing independent goals.
23 For girls the problem is compounded by the concept of mothering.
24 Katherine assumed that there was something wrong with her mothering.
25 She declares that women, with a bracing sense of self,(www.Sentencedict.com) may develop a sexuality that is open and nonseductive and a form of mothering that is adult and unresentful.
26 Interestingly, later on a religious order stretched the holiday to include all mothers, and named it as the Mothering Sunday.
27 His more famous doodles include the Beijing Olympics series, the Wallace and Gromit 20th Anniversary, HG Wells Birthday series, Mothering Sunday holidays, and Norman Rockwell series.
28 Psychoanalysis, however, has not had an adequate theory of the reproduction of mothering.
29 She went quietly and busily clucking around, laying the eggs and mothering the chickens in a kind of anxious dream that still was full of sureness.
30 And yet even the stern intendant of traditional academic values couldn't quite bring himself to endorse the hard-ass Asian mothering style.
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