mother-daughter relationship Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes about mother-daughter relationship
“I can’t make sense of it. If my weight isn’t enough to get Mom to wake up, then nothing will be. And if nothing can wake her up, then that means she’s really going to die. And if she’s really going to die, what am I supposed to do with myself? My life purpose has always been to make Mom happy, to be who she wants me to be. So without Mom, who am I supposed to be now?”
“She wanted this. And I wanted her to have it. I wanted her to be happy. But now that I have it, I realize that she’s happy and I’m not. Her happiness came at the cost of mine. I feel robbed and exploited.”
″‘Oh, it’s you.’ Mrs. Wexler always seemed surprised to see her other daughter, so unlike golden-haired, angel-faced Angela.”
“What secret rule could be keeping Nonna and Mamma, mother and daughter, from seeing each other? What was it that I didn’t know? Whenever I got back home, Mamma would interrogate me about Nonna Eia’s health. She bombarded me with questions, sometimes embarrassing ones. Like, ‘Did she have a strange smell? Are you sure she’s keeping clean?”
“She didn’t turn up for the same reason she never does; because she’s not interested in anything I do.”
“I like my mom because she’s pretty and good fun and she brings me lovely presents.”
“Best of all I like being with my mom.”
“How he and the little girl come up with the absolutely perfect present makes a story the the youngest reader will love.”
I do not like to boast of my own child, but to be sure, Jane⁠—one does not often see anybody better looking.
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