There is nothing more precious than laughter— Frida Kahlo
Spectacular Mother And Daughter Relationship quotations
A daughter is the happy memories of the past, the joyful moments of the present, and the hope and promise of the future.
There's one sad truth in life I've found While journeying east and west - The only folks we really wound Are those we love the best. We flatter those we scarcely know, We please the fleeting guest, And deal full many a thoughtless blow To those who love us best.
A Mother who radiates self-love and self-acceptance actually VACCINATES her daughter against low self-esteem.
We mothers are learning to mark our mothering success by our daughters' lengthening flight.
I cannot forget my mother, She is my bridge.
Now, as always, the most automated appliance in a household is the mother.
The older I get, the more I see the power of that young woman, my mother.
My mother wanted me to be her wings, to fly as she never quite had the courage to do. I love her for that. I love the fact that she wanted to give birth to her own wings.
I am lucky to have three daughters who are completely different.
I look at my daughters and I have different relationships with all three and there are parts of each personality that are very special.
Maybe mom is my alter ego and the woman I'm able to be when I'm working.
All I know is that I carried you for nine months.
I fed you, I clothed you, I paid for your college education. Friending me on Facebook seems like a small thing to ask in return.
From the time I was a child I wanted to be like my mother.
Not necessarily an actress - I never dreamed I'd have the courage. But an active, volatile woman like she was.
It was Joseph Smith who taught me how to prize the endearing relationships of father and mother, husband and wife; of brother and sister, son and daughter, mashed potatoes and gravy.
The older I get, the more I feel.
A daughter without her mother is a woman broken.
It is a loss that turns to arthritis and settles deep into her bones.
The woman who bore me is no longer alive, but I seem to be her daughter in increasingly profound ways.
No daughter and mother ever live apart, no matter what the distance between them.
You were my home, Mother. I had no home but you
It can be the best of relationships and the worst of relationships - often at the same time. The bond between a mother and daughter is one of the strongest, but it's also among the most complicated.
The more a daughter knows the details of her mother's life [...] the stronger the daughter.
Mothers, your relationship with your daughter is of paramount importance, and so is your example. How you love and honor her father, his priesthood, and his divine role will be reflected and perhaps amplified in your daughter’s attitudes and behavior.
When a mother quarrels with a daughter, she has a double dose of unhappiness-hers from the conflict, and empathy with her daughter's from the conflict with her. Throughout her life a mother retains this special need to maintain a good relationship with her daughter.
You are your child's keeper until she's mature enough to keep herself.
Of course mothers and daughters with strong personalities might see the world from very different points of view.
When we weren't scratching each other's eyes out, we were making each other laugh harder than anyone else could.
From the time she was born, until she was fifteen, I didn't know where I left off and she began. We were joined at the hip or the heart or the brain.
Yes, it's quite amazing how I continue to shock my mother even after all these years together
When I spoke with psychoanalysts, they confirmed to me that the most neurotic relationship is always between mother and daughter. The cliché is to think it's because of the father, the absence of the father.
I'm a proud strict mom and, you know, I'm really proud of the two daughters I've raised. And I'm especially proud of my relationship with them. We're very close. I think we're good friends.
I am so excited to let fans in on how important my relationship with my family is to me. I hope to motivate mothers and daughters to build lifetimes of memories together and inspire kids around the world to live their dreams.
Honestly, I believe that the mother-daughter relationship is magical, complex, potentially dangerous, profoundly powerful, and deeply transformative. To put it simply, all of us have this relationship, and in a very real way, "none of us comes out alive." We are all formed first as daughters and then tested as mothers. There's nothing like motherhood to make us reassess how we were as daughters.
I will watch a ton of movies while I'm writing for inspiration.
"Postcards from the Edge" was one. I love the mother-daughter relationship and all the hard humiliating stuff she has to go through. Or thinks she has to go through.
Emily and I have some funny scenes where we quarrel and it gets quite heated, the mother-daughter relationship. You know, film mothers and daughters adore each other. And some don't. But how could you not love Emily Blunt? But I think I'm just one of those people who's always discontented.
A lot of times, when mother-son or mother-daughter relationships have been put on screen, they tend to trickle towards ugly, and I don't find that totally realistic for the wide swath of us and it's also not that fun to watch.