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The Mother Dance: How Children Change Your Life Paperback – April 7, 1999
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Lena Sheffield, M.S.Ed., CAP
That all being said, I was turned off by the bleak picture she presented of stay-at-home mothers. I felt she presented this option as something women are "forced" to do, or end up doing because they are on "automatic pilot." The author makes references to how women lose themselves, their power, and their money if they stay at home. And throughout reading this, I couldn't help but ponder the title - "...How Children Change Your Life". It seems rather ironic because I got the feeling the author was hell-bent on NOT changing her life after her children came along.
If you can get past the negative homemaker/full-time mother references, this book has information that is interesting and helpful and it is also humorous. I do feel, however, that a book that does ALL mothers more justice is Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett's "The Hidden Feelings of Motherhood."
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I got this book for my sister in law. She loved it! Said it was a great read and very eye opening.Published 5 months ago by Nikki Terry
Very helpfull. It helped me thinking about of many responses to my cultural behavior. Worth byuing all Dr. Larner's dances! A real treasure.Published 9 months ago by Patricia Leiva
Doesn't even deserve one star. I have raised two daughters who are doing very well thank you. I was thinking this might be a nice book to read, I threw my copy away. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Teresa