On Sunday, we celebrate Mother’s Day and this year we have some articles and blog entries that are worth your while, if you’re so inclined.

For every mother out there, I wish you a very Happy Mother’s Day! You certainly deserve it.

Postcard to My Mom: Wish You Were Here
Six Ways To Deal With Mother’s Day When Mom Is Gone.
Mother’s Day can be rough on those of us who can’t take our mothers to brunch or pick up the phone to wish them a good day….

It’s Never Too Late To Find a Mom
Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May. For those who have a loving relationship with their mother, this is a special day set aside to celebrate that bond…

A Letter to New Moms
I have just one piece of advice for you: don’t try to be a martyr…

Moms and Daughters: Promoting a Positive Body Image
Does this sound familiar? You’re standing in front of your full-length mirror scrutinizing your hips or thighs, and whispering to yourself how you should really lose some weight ASAP…

We Shouldn’t Need a Day of Our Own
Everybody in the United States is terribly aware the second Sunday in May is Mother’s Day — the floral and greeting card industries won’t let you forget it. Mother’s Day is big business…

Mother’s Day Rally for Moms’ Mental Health
Something awesome will be happening on Katherine Stone’s Postpartum Progress blog on Mother’s Day, May 10. It’s called Mother’s Day Rally for Moms’ Mental Health…

Mother’s Day Thoughts by a Mommy of Angels
I have been thinking. I have 6 Angels waiting for me in Heaven. I have miscarriages. The couple weeks surrounding Mother’s Day contain several significant dates for me anyway…

 


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    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 10 May 2009
    Published on PsychCentral.com. All rights reserved.

APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2009). Happy Mother’s Day: 2009. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 19, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2009/05/09/happy-mothers-day-2009/

 

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