The Book: Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
The Quote: What she remembered was the extraordinary, astonishing pain, and her fury with her Mother for not fixing it. She didn’t expect her dad or the doctors to fix it. She expected her mother to fix it.
Do we have higher expectations of Mother’s than anyone else?
Do we think that Mother’s can do the extraordinary? That Mother’s are omnipotent? That Mom’s just get it done?
Are daughters more apt to rely on Mom’s, with sons relying more on Dad’s- or does everyone reach out to their Mom’s?
I’m going to try to not butt my two cents in, and leave this open for the group: