the honor of fathers and the reverence of mothers , or to draw these out more fully . Certainly , the legislated norm to , say , honor one's mother now possesses a new and different sanction , but there is no indication that the natural ...
Can a mother or father who has killed retain the moral capacity to parent children and should mothers who kill be assessed differently from fathers in this respect ? The majority of the children in our first series who have returned to ...
Brings to public knowledge information about the effects of psychological trauma and bereavement on children.
Mother s father s and Child s Annuity
Release on 1990 | by
Chapter 20 – When A Mother's / Father's Annuity Ends - A mother's / father's annuity ends in the month the only qualifying child : • Dies ; or • Marries . In some cases a mother's / father's annuity ends when the mother / father ...
I would also like my grandchildren and my nieces and nephews, and their children, to hear my parents' stories again and benefit by their wisdom with the hope that the memory of "my father's wisdom and my mother's love" will enrich their ...
I start the story on Christmas in the year 2004 and finished it in October 2005. The reason it took me this long even when I have all the story in my mind is my time was very short to sit at the computer and type. It is about an innocent man looking for a job and he ends up in a trap. They hired him to kill, but the plan was killing the President, so he did what he was hired for, but inside the jail was a shocking surprise. I hope you like the story.
Mother Father Son
Release on 2014-04-11 | by Thomas D. Powers
Asthey entered thehouse, they sawthree children cowering in the corner of the living room, the mother with a bruised face and bleeding mouth. The father, at least six feet three inches tall, had a round face that could havepassed asthe ...
Teen Mary Margaret becomes pregnant in the Great Depression, from Jacko, the right man at the wrong time. Her father has just murdered her mother, leaving her to raise two younger sisters. She is about to tell Jacko of the pregnancy when he informs of her of his decision to enter the Priesthood. Devastated, she places the baby, Thomas, for adoption. She struggles to raise her sisters on her own and meets Johnnie, a NYPD Detective who guides her. She goes on to marry Johnnie and they adopt three children; but her heart will always ache as she wonders what happened to her son, Thomas. Fifty years later Mary Margaret is a paralegal, Jacko is a Bishop, and Thomas became a district attorney prosecuting the high profile cases involving Catholic priest abuse of children. While their lives are seemingly worlds apart, Mary Margaret will soon learn how close they truly are.
Whats a Mother Father to Do
Release on 2001-01-01 | by Maurice A. Fetty
... the mother (owing partly to outdated custody laws automatically awarding custody to the mother) is given the responsibility of raising the children with financial support provided by the divorced and frequently absent father.
Raising a family today is like negotiating a minefield -- parents often face seemingly insurmountable odds in counteracting the insidious influences of peer pressure and the popular culture. Fetty examines how to cope with the stress of modern life by drawing on the inspirational wisdom of the scriptures.
My Father s and Mother s Century
Release on 2013-11-01 | by Angela South
In February 1999 my step-father was in hospital dying although we did not realise this at the time. My mother and I visited him one evening and despite his eighty-nine years, he appeared well in contrast to my eighty-nine year old ...
“I had intended this to be the story of my father, an ordinary man living in an extraordinary turbulent half century, which shaped his life and subsequently mine. However, when researching my father’s life, I realise what an extraordinary life my mother had also lived and I want to incorporate her own tale. This is a story that also belongs to my sister and me and tells how we came to be the adults we now are.” This book chronicles the family history of Angela South’s father, John Louis Salter. It starts with his army career, at 14 years old, and how he was posted at 15 to Hong Kong and Mauritius. In WW1, he received the DCM – Distinguished Conduct Medal – and returned home in 1918, with a French bride, Albertine Marie. John left the army in 1925, qualifying as a civil servant despite his lack of education. He settled with his wife in southern England, during the 1920s and 30s. In 1937, Albertine Marie was admitted to a mental asylum for the remainder of her life, due to mental instability. During WW2, he worked in Whitehall and in 1945 was posted to Berlin, where he met Angela’s mother, Christa, who was 20 years old at the time. They returned to England together in 1947, where she studied English and secretarial skills so she could take over as the family bread-winner. John and Christa married in 1951, after the birth of Angela and her younger sister, Karin. My Father's and Mother's Century delves into Angela’s childhood, through the 1950s and 60s, in her somewhat unusual family, and reveals how it impacted on herself and Karin. The book will appeal to fans of family history, biographies and family history.
A Journey for My Father s Love and Mother s Secret
Release on 2012-05 | by Kim Hug
My mother let me stay out until I decided on my own to come in. Why did she do that? I often wondered. I loved her so. I lost my dad. I loved him, but he was gone from me. I missed him so much. One day, I put a little sock in an ...
When hope dies in a person, life seems over for them. This candid autobiography chronicles the story of a woman who lost hope. Her only solution was to attempt suicide, but on the night she tried to end her life, she found a miracle that would change her life forever. This book traces her journey though abandonment, sexual abuse, secrets, and paranoid psychosis, a journey that did not ultimately lead her to death but to life. She was many times lost in delusions of unreality and spent countless days in mental institutions, seeking answers to a way out of the darkness of her life. But the answer came when Jesus found her, her haunting memories were revealed, and she began to walk down a new, healing road. Here Kim Hug speaks of the power of Jesus and how he gave healing and hope to her life through many faithful people. This story was written through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit and is filled with creative pictures of memories and poetry as Kim rewalked her life over again to find the missing pieces to the puzzle of her life.
For the Love of Thy Mother and Father
Release on 2010-02 | by Raynaldo Salvace
The men/women who lost everything for their betrayal and abuses of their children and now their children hates them and doesn't want them as their mother/father.Now desires to have the love of their children and to be with them and ...
How many people have asked themselves and others. Why are there so many people so angry, enraged and with so much hate for group of people that are not as them, that they go out and hurt, kill some of them when they come across one of them? Why are there so many men abusing, hurting and killing their wife, their children and other people? Are we only blind to our own rights that we are not giving other people the right they deserve and should get? Why are there so many young girls getting pregnant and when they have their babies they abandon them or kill them? Why are there so many young women becoming prostitutes? Why are there so many boys and girls born different than others? Here you will find the answer to many questions that the teachers don't teach in school, churches or the people who goes door to door preaching don't tell them. Here you will read about why there is so much anger, hate, rage, many young boys and girls failing in life, mothers destroying the lives of their children and why so many men are destroying so many lives. After you read this book you will see life very different, be a better parent. Understand why there are so many people angry, enraged,full of hate, what happened to those men who committed so terrible crimes and why they did it.
Why Do We Celebrate Mother s Day Father s Day Labor Day and St Patrick s Day Holiday Book for Kids Junior Scholars Edition Children s Holiday Books
Release on 2019-04-15 | by Baby Professor
... times a day by their father. o Tn the United States there are about 65 million fathers with young children living ... homes. o About 14 percent of fathers stay home and take care of the house and the children, while the mother goes ...
There has to be a reason for every national or international celebration. This book has been created to explain the origins of four holidays namely Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Labor Day and St. Patrick’s Day. With the right knowledge, your child would have the tools needed to appreciate the reasons behind celebrations. Grab a copy today.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-03-03 - Publisher: Geographers' A-Z Map Company Limited
Discover hidden gems around Edinburgh. Featuring 20 walking routes in and around the city, including lesser-known circuits and details on popular walks. Accompanied by guided walking instructions and written by a local expert, A-Z Edinburgh Hidden Walks is the perfect way to explore the city in a new light.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-09-06 - Publisher: Allison & Busby
It is 1897 and three years have passed since Rose McQuinn's husband, Danny, disappeared in Arizona. Believing him to be dead, she returned to Scotland to start her life afresh. She has now fulfilled her ambition of becoming a 'Lady Investigator, Discretion Guaranteed' and is about to marry her lover,