My Cousin Michelle by Paula Thomas. We grew up in the same town as my mother's sister, Aunt Caroline, and her only daughter Michelle. Mother would visit Aunt Caroline often and always bring me along. Michelle and I were born only a few months apart, she being older by just under three months. When we visited Aunt Caroline's, Michelle and I would usually go up to her room and play with her toys. Somewhere about the age of four we got into the "show me your's and I'll show you mine
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Aunt makes me a lady - The Hair Story Network
My heart is pounding and my stomach is in a tight knot. I give my head a slight shake from side to side and watch how my hair moves around me, but not for that much longer. On my left is a row of four hood dryers the seats sag slightly from years of use. I thought I had it all, there I was a 23 year old attractive woman with mid back length auburn hair, a good job, high flying boyfriend and a very desirable London address. The problem was it was all my boyfriends the job was with his firm the flat we shared belonged to the company and when I found him cheating with some else from the office and our relationship broke down, I found my self unable to face him at work so had to resign I also found my self with nowhere to live.
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Girls are outperforming boys at every level of education, Women are overtaking men in the workplace in both status and pay. More men are becoming househusbands. Girls are becoming more assertive and aggressive whilst boys are becoming more feminine.
Our mothers are the foundation of our first attachment to the world. As infants, we learn by her example how to bond with others. We derive our initial sense of our self-worth from how she cares for us, nurtures us, protects and shields us from harm. When this initial attachment is instead tarnished by psychological violence, it can leave scars that can take a lifetime to heal. An abusive, narcissistic mother sets up her daughters and sons for inevitable danger due to the nature of her disorder.