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mothers and sons
The last thing Devishobha Ramanan thought she wanted was a Mama’s boy.
Her lessons shape us, providing a solid foundation for our life.
Tom Burns loves spending time with his daughter, but wishes people wouldn’t romanticize their relationship.
Randy Boyd processes the death of his estranged mother and offers a road map to other men in similar situations.
No one took the time to know him beyond the color of his skin and his gender.
Strong confident women raise strong confident boys.
Despite growing up in a household without a father, DeVon Franklin believes he was still given a dynamic understanding of masculinity.
Even at an early age, he knew what he wanted.
Cornbread and Buttermilk – A Tribute to Mom
Diane Lowman reflects on motherhood and how boys become men.
A son, a student, and a soldier. A lover, and for a few brief months, a father. Time took the soldier, cancer took his lover and his son. Now he waits.
Sometimes, when a Thursday is a Monday in disguise, a mother gets so frustrated she just has to let it all out.
I did not achieve my son. He is the embodiment of my dreams and wishes, but he is not my accomplishment.
I don’t want my sons to learn that it is okay to force physical touch — not even it it’s family.