A Celebration in honor of your Mother
Mother’s Day is a special day for each family to honor the foundation of their home, their mother.
It provides the opportunity to ponder and perhaps finally make peace with this relationship, honor your mother, spoil her with breakfast in bed, let her know how much she is appreciated, and to shower her with lots of hugs and “I Love You’s.”
This page is filled with ideas to make this Mother’s Day the most special one ever. I have included the story of Mother’s Day, very interesting presidential speeches, relationship and healing articles, and links to activities and pictures for the children to color.
The celebration of Mother’s Day originated in England and then became popular in America.
Today Mother’s Day traditions across the globe have grown to become as diverse as the people celebrating it.
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Here is a list of places to find Mother’s Day E-Cards, so you can share happiness with your mom this Mother’s Day.
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“M” is for the million things she gave me,
“O” means only that she’s growing old,
Stepmothers get a bad rap, even though they are wonderful people.
From: American Gold Star Mothers, Inc.
When the United States entered World War I in 1917, and George Vaughn Seibold was assigned to the British Royal Flying Corps, his mother, Grace Darling Seibold, began to do community service by visiting returning servicemen in the hospitals.
Here is an a-z list of the most recognized phobias.
Take a look through the following list to find the scientific name of your phobia.
For some people, every holiday and event is stressful, so here are some ideas to de-stress yourself.
It’s not that Mother’s Day is stressful, but rather your thoughts and actions make it stressful. Do you even realize how much extra pressure you place on yourself at this time?
We all have childhood scars which often surface during family gatherings.
For some people, just the thought of seeing a particular person triggers them emotionally, making the lead-up to the day when they will be stuck in a room with that person an emotional roller-coaster. They will be more emotional on that day, and for many days after. What makes it even worse is they have to hide their emotions and behave normally to keep up appearances.