a personification of the forces of nature as a controlling and regulating maternal being, sometimes creative and caring.
The Wonder-ful Nature of Greek God NamesBatman lurks like a bat in the shadows. Spider-Man slings webs like a radioactive spider. Superman is a literal translation of Friedrich Nietszche’s term ubermensch. And Wonder Woman is…well, what does Wonder Woman’s name tell us about her? A lot, it turns out. When William Moulton Marston created Wonder Woman in the early 1940s, he made her not just Diana, an Amazon princess, but also …
What Not To Say To Expecting Mothers—You’re WelcomeHaving a baby is certainly a joyous (though laborious and stressful) time for a woman. She’s processing a myriad of emotions and physical changes all at once, and whether it’s her first time or an encore pregnancy, there’s one thing she surely doesn’t need—your unwelcome comments about her blessed event. So, we’re going to save you from a black eye and give you a few phrases …
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The mother-nature was strong in Margaret Montfort, and the children were bringing out all that was best and strongest in her.Fernley House|Laura E. Richards