Free Essays on Mother Love

  1. Harlow’s Theory: Love

     Harlow’s Theory: Motherly love Jose Hernandez Instructor: Mrs. Martinez, M, A El Paso Community College Harlow’s Theory: Love The feeling of love is, deep, soft, satisfying. Because of its affectionate and intimate nature it is viewed by some as an inapplicable...

  2. Oral presentation: "that a mothers love is the most important love of all", first affirmative speaker, examples from the book "A Fortunate Life" A.B Facey

    The Beatles once said that love is all you need. While Dr. Spock of the Starship Enterprise stated that he really learned it all from mothers. And so from these divine wisdoms one must conclude that love is important and that mothers are important and with their powers combined we see something of ultimate...

  3. Comment on How Gillan Clarke in “Catrin” and Chinua Achebe in “Refugee Mother and Child” Effectively Offers a Mother’s Perspective.

    Both “Catrin” and “Refugee mother and child” offer two different perspectives of a mother’s constant and continual love. “Catrin” shows the continuous struggle between mother and child starting from birth whilst “Refugee mother and child” shows the very last moments of a mother caring for her dying child...

  4. American Son          A Love between a mother and her

    American Son A Love between a mother and her child can be so strong that sometimes it is hard for one to express how they feel. A mother¡¯s love for her child is unconditional and so is the child¡¯s love for their mother. However, everybody expresses their love in different ways and sometimes the way...

  5. The Rocking-Horse Winner, Symbols of Love, Luck and Greed

    age of 44. In Lawrence’ short story “the Rocking-Horse Winner” Paul’s hunger for love and luck resulted from a lack of love from his mother. Living with a family that substituted money for luck and love, caused Paul to misunderstand what he needed to do to be successful. The result of...

  6. A Mother, a Daughter An Analysis on Joyce Maynard's: "Honoring Mothers: Four Generations"

    essay, "Honoring Mothers: Four Generations", begins with a description of the relationship between mother and daughter. The first few lines illustrate how a daughter, typically, would grow up to be much like her mother. ("The kind of mother I am is all wrapped up with the kind of mother I had."). In the...

  7. The Person Who Has Made a Difference in My Life: My Mother

    The Person Who Has Made a Difference in My Life: My Mother My mother is the most influential person in my life. She has taught me various things in life and her endless support has made a difference in my life. One thing I have learned from her is how to have a successful business. Growing up and...

  8. You Never Know How Much You Love Someone Until You Lose Them

    You Never Know How Much You Love Someone Until You Lose Them! As a kid, I always felt like my mother favored my sister more than I. I’m the oldest of three while my sister “Felicia” also known as “Fee” is the middle child, who always seem to have things go her way. My sister and I are exactly one and...

  9. love hate

    09/06/2013 “Love and Hate” Honestly I am not sure where to start when it comes to the discussion of love and hate. I will do the best I can to express my opinions on the writing topic. When It comes to love I feel as if we have lost almost all understanding of what real love is. As humans...

  10. Our Love for Each other

    Our Love for Eachother Since the beginning of time, love, and compassion has been a root in humanity's demeanor. Our ability to love and care for another has been a valuable trait but is often forgotten. "Be compassionate. And take responsibility for each other. If we only learned those lessons...

  11. Othello: Comparison of Desdemona’s “Love”

    Desdemona’s “Love” The term “love” is used very frequently throughout Shakespeare’s Othello within Desdemona’s relationships with her father, Brabantio, her friend, Cassio, and her husband, Othello. The comparison of the “love” of Desdemona shows many different types and how her “love” of Othello,...

  12. Mother Love and Father Love

    suddenly realized that there exist differences between the same unconditional loves. As the proverb goes, mother love is water-like while father love is mountain-like. In terms ofdaily caring, it is undeniable that mother’s love is far more sensitive than father’s. In my case it is obvious in the content...

  13. What Is a Mother

    Pogue What is a mother No words can describe the role played by a mother. A mother is be best gift from God. She is the first person you see when you enter the world, the one who holds you and tells you how much of a gift from god you are. A mother is someone who loves unconditionally and...

  14. love

    look at you in love and awe. I worked hard to get you here, spent many nights laying in bed dreaming of what life would be once you arrived, I prayed to God for you so often, it became a mantra,. In order to bring you into this world, mommy had to fight very hard to have what most mothers have almost without...

  15. The Most Selfless Love Is That of the Parent for a Child

    The most selfless love is that of the parent for a child. (Specific references to 2 works of fiction, providing examples of selfless love or vice versa dismissive incomprehension of adults.) Among all human feelings, one of the most powerful is probably love. However, love has different manifestations...

  16. The Twenty-First Century Love

    Century Love Love is the only word communicable to express the indescribable feelings we have for our significant other, friends, and family. After my teenage years and many girlfriends later, I have learned there are several meanings of our twenty-first century love. The ideology of love has changed...

  17. LOVE

    Love Misunderstood. Misinterpreted. Love. Even though it has no definition, there is no person who hasn’t experienced it. Ones perception about love is totally dependent on how one has seen and felt it, and ones experience with it. For some, love is pain and for others, it is what keeps them going...

  18. The Mothers Effect

    Geri Davis Mrs. Williams English 101 6 August 2015 The Mothers Effect of the Outcome of the Protagonist of These Two Stories As President Abraham Lincoln’s once said, “All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother”. In the writings of James Joyce’s “Eveline” and William Faulkner’s...

  19. Love and Marriage in "On the Black Hill"

    Love and Marriage -In On the Black Hill Discuss Chatwin’s treatment of the themes of love and marriage in On the Black Hill… Chatwin’s cynical illustration of the themes of love and marriage leaves the reader feeling distressed, with little faith in the purity of such concepts. In the novel we...

  20. Compare How the Writers Present Parents in “Before You Were Mine” by Carol Ann Duffy and “Mother Any Distance” by Simon Armitage. Then Compare How Writers Present Females in Two Poems from the Pre-1914 Poetry Bank.

    Ann Duffy and “Mother Any Distance” by Simon Armitage focus on the role of being a mother and having to give up something. In “Before You Were Mine” its Carol Ann Duffy’s mother letting go and giving up her carefree lifestyle, to take up the important role of a mother. Whereas in “Mother Any Distance”...

  21. Mother Teresa Speech

    Speaking Purpose: To pay tribute to Mother Teresa Introduction: Everybody knows Mother Teresa, right? She’s a nun who worked with poor people in India, and won the Nobel Prize. I love community service, and so she was a natural “gimme”. Except what I discovered is that she was way too complex...

  22. Love - Short Essay

    Love is sacrifice. A mother is a person who gives life and brings one life into this world, gives unconditional love for her children without any limitations and is willing to give up her life in order to say her child. I know one who did that. Sally, a housewife had a perfect husband and lived in...

  23. Response to “M Father’s Love Letters”

    ENG 1102 Waldrep February 25, 2007 Response to “My Father’s Love Letters” by Yusef Komunyakaa is a study in contrasts. The title itself begins the first of the contrasting themes in this poem. Including the words Love Letters in the poem’s title immediately brings a romantic and ornate scene...

  24. English Lit, Brief Essay on Differing Types of Love, Silvia Plath (Morning Song) vs Lord Byron (Beauty's Daughters)

    sense of love and bondage between the Byron and the person he is writing about, however it is unclear who exactly Byron is writing about because of the ambiguity surrounding his sexuality. Both poems both do focus on a sense of love and human relationships, Path’s focuses on a maternal love and Byron’s...

  25. The Last Love Letter

    The Last Love Letter You know those silly fairy tales we all grew up listening to; like Snow White, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, Mother Carey, Bawang Merah Bawang Putih and all those other stories? What do they all have in common? Yes, that’s right. Evil stepmothers. Personally, I hated all...

  26. Reasons It Is Difficult for Single Mothers to Raise Sons

    Princess Margret Hospital, one out of three Bahamian babies is born to single mothers. Fewer women are waiting on the commitment of marriage and having unprotected sex. Some women are making bold decisions to become single mothers because they don’t need the support of a man they feel it’s not necessary...

  27. French Art: An Ideal Mother

    Developments in French Art changed the older attitudes regarding the happy mother and the ideals of the family. During the eighteenth century, the enlightenment figures began to develop new ideals on the happy mother and family. Evolving attitudes and developments were seen in the family setting, which...

  28. Being a Mother

    I have chosen being a mother as my topic for this essay because it is something that is very dear to me. I was married young and tried for years to have a child. When my son was born it changed my life completely. There is no other feeling than having someone love you for you and not expect or want anything...

  29. A Mothers Love: Story

    9-20-10 EN112 Mrs. Howell Writing Project 2 A Mothers Love A mother’s loves at what cost will one pay to receive it? The story “A Rocking Horse Winner” is about a young boy who desires to be loved by his mother. He desires his mother’s love so bad that he ends up dying trying to receive it....

  30. Does Hamlet's Attitude Towards His Mother in General Solely Contribute to the Tragedy of the Play, or Is It Just on of Many Contributing Factors?

    attitude towards his mother is merely a contributing factor of the tragedy of the play “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare. This is can be proven by examining the setting of the play with it’s underlying tragedy, other possible ‘readings’ of the relationship between Hamlet and his mother, other more greatly...

  31. love

    Love essay What is love? I think most so us can agree that when we think of love we think of a mother and her child or a couple who is married. But if you go deeper if you go in below the surface you find that love is much more. Love the definition for love is deep affection towards someone but...

  32. Mothers & Daughters

    Mothers and daughters have been written about, criticized, publicized, condemned, and praised for a long time. As more and more material becomes available on mother-daughter relationships, it becomes apparent that being a mother and being a daughter means different things to different people depending...

  33. Sula Toni Morrison " Analyse Morrison’s depiction of love with reference to her development of character, relationships, structure and stylistic devices"

    DJ Smith Unit title: Narrative Fiction “You love her like I love Sula. I just don’t like her. That’s the difference” (p57). The ambiguities and contingencies of love are central to ‘Sula’. Analyse Morrison’s depiction of love with reference to her development of character, relationships,...

  34. How Do You Define Love?

    Love Love is defined as a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties; attraction based on sexual desire; affection and tenderness felt by lovers; affection based on admiration, benevolence, or common interest. Love is a strong emotion of regard and affection; an object of...

  35. Children and Mothers

    ear, the word “Mother” is magic in any language. The relationship between a child and its mother extends from the womb into a child’s adulthood, and it can most certainly have an affect on the future relationships of the child. The immediate attachment that a child feels towards its mother is a well-recognized...

  36. Mother/Newborn

    Harry Harlow, Eckhard Hess and A. E. Fischer can be used as evidence to support one of the theories that newborns relate to a motherly figure because a mother is a source of warmth and comfort. There are many methods in which a parent animal will feed their young. Some animals feed their young through hunting...

  37. The Positive Significant Impact of My Mother

    A typical topic in deed, I would love to say that my mother had a positive significant impact on my life on reasons that could stretch to A1689-zD1 but I do not. Yes, my mother had a significant impact on my life but not the positive kind. I was born in Salisbury, North Carolina, a nice little drive...

  38. How Cultures Affects the Relationship of Mothers and Daughters

    was descriptive in nature that emphasized the different circumstances involving the major and minor characters, as well as the different cultures the mother (Chinese culture) and their respective daughters (American Culture) had. The story started when Jing-mei Woo (June), joined the Joy Luck Club together...

  39. Love. Psychological View

    When we think of love, we think of many things. Love can be explained in three dimensions; intimacy, passion, and commitment. These three dimensions make up Robert Sternberg’s Triangular Theory of Love. Intimacy is the mutuality of affection, welfare, concern and understanding that is demonstrated in...

  40. The short story "The Word Love" has made this essay a comparison to the main characters mother and a average mother in the states.

    experience parenting and share the bond that grows between children and their parents. The Mother, in the short story The Word Love, sympathizes with this description of a mother's duty but is torn between the love for her daughter, and the values of her community. While young, her daughter would ask and...

  41. Relationship Between Mother and Child

    Relationship between Mother and Child Janessa L. Visser Columbia College A relationship is one of the best ways to describe a loving interaction between human-beings. In particular the mother and child relationship is a dynamic view of how all aspects of theoretical perspectives of psychology can...

  42. My Mother at Sixty Six

    My Mother at Sixty­Six / KAMALA DAS / Page 1 My Mother at Sixty­Six Kamala Das – as a poet of the first water Kamala Das is a tale weaver – weaving the rhythm of life into a tale of soul – a poet who loves to be loved in silence. She says, "I wanted to fill my life with as many experiences as I can...

  43. Impact of Working Mothers on Children

    Impact of working mothers on children Women today face a problem when deciding if working outside of the home is the best solution for their families. In the past, society has thought that mothers that worked outside of the home would be a disadvantage to the development of children, while...

  44. Mother Daughter Bonding

    Mother-Daughter Bonding The bond between a mother and her child is not like any other bond because they share a strong relationship even before the birth of the child. Therefore, the main topic of my suggested selections in this paper is the mother-daughter relationship. The child spends the first years...

  45. It's All About Love

    What is it all about? - It's all about Love. “According to philosophers, the only goal of life is to be happy. And there is only one happiness in life: to love and be loved. Love is essentially an abstract concept, much...

  46. The Love of Reading

    Essay #1 My love of reading and my hatred of writing is an omnipresent force that haunts and delights me daily. One of my favorite moments in life is when you reading the final paragraph of a great book. Completion comes, you close the book, breathe out a sigh of contentment as you hug it to your chest...

  47. love

    Love in 1984 Love in George Orwell’s 1984 Love can play many roles in society. It can bring many people together happily or it can tear families apart so they will never speak to ach other again. Love can also be a political force. It can be an act of rebellion by individuals. It can also be a means...

  48. Positive Effects from Mother Figures on Marguerite Johnson in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

    Marguerite had three women in her life that educated and provided her with useful skills, information, security, religion and love. Momma, Mrs. Flowers, and Ma’ Dear are mother figures in Marguerite’s life who provide her with the necessities and strength to help her through life, Momma taught Marguerite...

  49. My Mother - Essay 3

    My Mother My mother is the most important person in my life. The problem is I cannot really express how I feel about her in just words. My mother is not my whole life, but she is a really big part of it. My whole world does not only revolve around her, but she is the most influential person who inspires...

  50. Mother Daughter Relationships in Edwidge Danticat's New York Day Woman and Gich Jen's Who's Irish?

    Britz Prof. Nunez ENC1102 6 February 2003 Mother Daughter Relationships What is the "mother-daughter" relationship? I have no direct information on this because I am not a daughter. I do, however, have two sisters, and their relationship with my mother is very different when compared to the characters...

  51. "Baby Love" and "Mothership Down" Compare and Contrast Essay

    leads to a life lesson in which both the parents and children learn something new. Within the short stories “Mothership Down” by Marty Chan and “Baby Love” by Kathy Stinson this is precisely what has happened. In both pieces the conflict within the family (main character and parent) has resulted in a very...

  52. The Sound of One Hand Clapping Deals with Both the Destructive Power of Evil and the Redeeming Power of Love.

    Of One Hand Clapping Richard Flannagan’s The Sound Of One Hand Clapping deals with both the destructive power of evil and the redeeming power of love. Through the memories of the characters Sonja, Bojan and Maria Buloh. The responder is taken on a chronologically disjointed journey to fix a broken...

  53. All Struggles Can Be Overcome by Facing Them in a New Perspective and Having an Understanding of Love, Values, and Personal Triumph.

    All struggles can be overcome by facing them in a new perspective and having an understanding of love, values, and personal triumph. The Horse Whisperer was directed by Robert Redford. It was based on the novel by Nicholas Evans. Redford plays a cowboy in Montana who has an uncanny ability to heal;...

  54. Love Conquers All: Slumdog Millionaire

    all should believe that love conquers all. That if there is enough love in the relationship, it will all work out till it dies. In the case of the movie Slumdog Millionaire, for Jamal, love does conquer all. Jamal will do whatever he can to find and fight for the ones he loves, no matter how high the...

  55. lack of love and isolation in Im the king of the cstle

    Description of the theme The theme of isolation and lack of love is conveyed throughout the course of the poem. This theme is displayed through the two boys thoughts, actions and dialogue. This is also heavily influenced on by the plot. This theme is effectively powerful and portrays a strong message...

  56. Mother Gothel - Archtypes

    The Devil Figure “Mother knows best, listen to your mother. It’s a scary world out there...” Mother Gothel is the main antagonist, who causes the main events to happen in the Disney movie Tangled. She starts off as an old lady, who only longed for a long life and the looks of a youth, and ends as a...

  57. my mother

    My Mother, the Person I Admire the Most I admire a lot of people but the person I admire the most is my mother. She cares about everyone job, but not only works also their health. She works hard every day and she likes to learn something new. She loves to go down Church at the provinces and teach Bible...

  58. Essay on Love.

    and stories written about it than anything else? Love, that one emotion that makes enemies into friends and friends into enemies. So many legends surround this emotion, from the goddess Athena and Helen of Troy to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Love comes in so many different levels, that it doesn't...

  59. The Three Dimensions of Love and How They Affect Attachment

    The Three Dimensions of Love and How They Affect Attachment Page 1 The Three Dimensions of Love and How They Affect Attachment Aryne F. Levine February 15, 2008 Axia College of the University of Phoenix The Three Dimensions of Love and How They Affect Attachment Page 2 According...

  60. Last Dinner with Mother in Law

    date. She convinced me by saying, “I love you, but I know that this other woman loves you just as much as I do and would appreciate spending time with you.” The other woman that my dear sweet wife Lindsey wanted me to take out and spend time with was my mother-in-law, who bless her heart, has been...