Mothers and Daughters…and Hair

Motherrr.com recently did a poll asking daughters what they feel their mothers criticize about them the most. The result was their appearance…especially their hair! We are delighted to share award-winning poet Marlou Newkirk’s thoughtful and fun poem about mothers and daughters…and hair. Brush Your Hair Fellow Mothers do bewareif with courage you would dareto comment…

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From Tension to Tenderness —healing Mother/Daughter relationships

By Marlou and Laurie Newkirk CONNECTICUT PRESS CLUB AWARD WINNING ARTICLE! Originally appeared in Fairfield Magazine, Wilton Magazine and Bedford Magazine. It’s been said that one of the toughest relationships in the world is the one between mothers and adult daughters. I can vouch for that. My daughter, Laurie, and I love each other but…

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