Mother Essay Topics

A Taste of Honey

In a ‘normal’ mother-daughter relationship a mother’s part is to provide love and affection all the time. A mother should provide this love and affection even more when the daughter is feeling depressed and down in the dumps. A ‘normal’ mother should care for her daughter when she is ill and nurse her back to… View Article

Celebrity Mums, are They Good Role Models?

When I was a young girl my grandma always used to say, “remember my darlings, money can buy you a bed but not sleep, money can buy you a house not home, and money can buy you finery not beauty.” At that stage in my life I never really understood what she meant, for I… View Article

Alibrandi Dairy Entry

I am writing for a number of reasons, As your father I feel really guilty for not being there for you and your mother for so long but If there is one message I would want you to hold in your heart always it is this you are loved unconditionally. that my love for you… View Article

Horror Story

She collapsed in horror when…; wait let me start from the beginning. For Daisy Hicks her life was anything, but ordinary. She has a normal life like any other teenage girl. Daisy went to school, did her homework, had mostly A’s, and liked to sleep in. The only problem with Daisy is she has a… View Article

How Parental Attitude Affects the Academic Performance of the Students

This chapter aims to acquaint the reader with the rationale behind the study with the intention of defending it. It places the study in a theoretical context and enables the reader to understand and appreciate the paper’s objectives. This chapter includes the background of the study, statement of the problem, assumption, significance of the study,… View Article

Jing-Mei and Suyuan’s Mother-Daughter Relationship

The narrator in the Joy Luck Club, Jing-Mei, matures as a woman through her relationship with her mother, Suyuan. The mother-daughter relationships in the Joy Luck Club mirror the process that mothers and daughters must go through in order for the daughters to mature into adults. The daughters must first reject their mothers in order… View Article

Loving Our Family

As a Catholic, I wish to preserve the values that were instilled in me-those that define a person. It is said that everything starts from our family. They are the one that hour as all the influence that change and lead us where are we now. Our mothers served as our first teachers. Our fathers… View Article

My Dad.. My Hero

Today, 16th June, Father’s Day will be celebrated across the world- a day dedicated to those men who are an integral part of a child’s life. While the mother is always acclaimed for the role of being a homemaker and bringing up children with the right values, the father plays a silent role of being… View Article

The Surrogacy

The surrogate mother should be allowed to receive payment over and above her actual expenses, and the remit of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority should be expanded to regulate the practice of surrogacy in the UK. Critically assess this statement within the context of the legal and ethical issues which it raises Introduction Surrogacy… View Article

A Summary on a Mother

Salam, I’m Fatin Nur Aisyah bt Kamaruzaman. Today, I want to share with you about the important person in my life. Since I was born, and until today, there are no one can replace her place in my heart. For me, she is very special. Although sometimes I make she cry, she never hate me…. View Article

My Mother Angel

When God set the world in place, and hung the stars up in space, when He made the land and the sea, then He made you and me. He sat back and saw all was good, and saw things were they should be. Then he decided that he needed to create an angel in disguise… View Article

Hometown Memories

Whenever I think about my hometown, a lot of memories from my childhood and adolescence come to my mind and I become very nostalgic. If only I could return to Nowy Sącz now – the place where I was growing up. For some time I have been living in Warszawa, but in my dreams I… View Article

Mao’s Last Dancer

In Li Cunxin’s autobiography ‘Mao’s Last Dancer’, there are a series of events about Li growing up in rural Shandong province. It clearly shows the readers his impressive childhood. We can see everywhere is full of love and in Li’s family, although his family wasn’t rich. I have a better life than Li and my… View Article