Motherhood, Daughterhood is the story of one woman’s evolving relationships with her daughters. As they grow from children into independent young women, she learns that the laws of Newtonian physics do not apply to mother-daughter relationships. For every action, there need not be an equal and opposite reaction. Sometimes, when a force is relinquished, mothers and daughters are free to move closer together. This collection of personal essays reflects one family’s journey, but its story is universal.
About the Author:
Elizabeth Plumer is a retired scientist, patent attorney, public school chemistry teacher, and author of personal essay and opinion pieces. She is a volunteer tutor of English as a second language and a school tour guide at the Boston Science Museum. Elizabeth has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, a J.D., and a Masters degree in Education. She is married with two adult daughters who, fortunately, do not live far away. She and her husband enjoy traveling and discovering new places when they are not at home in Massachusetts.
Contact her at Elizabeth.Plumer@gmail.com.
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