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— LINDA S.
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I remember asking my mother, “How will I know when I’m in love?” She replied, “You won’t need to ask!”
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— BONITA D.
When I came home crying with a broken heart, Mom had only one thing to say: Before someone can love you at your best,
When I was younger, my mom taught me,
they have to love you at your worst!
“If you are looking for a helping hand,
— JENNIFER Y.
look at the end of your arm!” It irritated
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me then, but now I understand that I
If you treat your family like royalty, they will make you their queen.
— JEANETTE F.
should always depend on myself ﬁrst instead of expecting someone else to get the job done.
— KIRA A.
Celebration Mom: Share, Remember, Celebrate