- Family portraits. Brinley, M.B. // Country Living;Mar1990, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p158
Recounts the experiences of a 94-year-old mother and 64-year-old daughter who fulfilled a life-long dream by traveling to the Canadian Rockies. Accounts from both mother and daughter; Enjoyable trip and deepened relationship.
- Mama didn't lie. Nelson, J. // Essence (Essence);Jun90, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p61
Discusses principles of life that the author learned from her mother and would like to pass on to her daughter. To thine own self be true; A stitch in time saves nine; Actions speak louder that words; More.
- Momma's girl. Chambers, V.V. // Essence (Essence);Aug91, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p20
Opinion. Talks about how the author has again become a daughter and friend to her mother now that she's graduated from college and has a career. Despite their differences, they are close and respect each other.
- Of cameos and female impotence. Bernell, Laura // Humanist;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p46
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- EBONY, Colgate-Palmolive Honor Outstanding Mothers During Mothers & Daughters Luncheon Award Ceremony In New York. // Jet;06/18/2001, Vol. 100 Issue 1, p32
Reports that seven mothers were saluted by `Ebony' magazine and Colgate-Palmolive during a Mothers & Daughters luncheon in New York City.
- My mother, my friend. Courtney, Camerin // Today's Christian Woman;Mar/Apr98, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p70
Stresses the importance of a daughter's good relationship with her mother. Need of maintaining communication with the mother; Help that a mother can extend to her adult daughter; Struggles in keeping the mother-daughter relationship work; Adult's plea for independence with the guidance of her...
- `I knew I had to survive--for my daughter's sake.' DePorter, D. // Redbook;May90, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p34
Recounts the author's bout with a malignant brain tumor that doctors said would kill her within a year. The author chose chemotherapy, radiation and visualization for several months, and now shows no sign of the tumor. She now relishes the time spent with friends and family, especially her...
- Bye bye baby. // Redbook;May90, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p48
Presents a short story by Merrill Joan Gerber about her feelings when her youngest child went off to college and how the girl and mother changed.
- How to have a more loving relationship with your mom. Secunda, V. // Redbook;May90, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p138
Gives advice on how a grown daughter and her mother can have an affectionate relationship based on mutual likes and respect for each other's differences. Types of mother-daughter relationships and how to improve them.