We as Daughters

I’m thinking about what it means to be a daughter – what things we learn along the way, important things about our parents and ourselves. Is there one thing we take away or are there many? Does it teach us to be strong, forgiving, angry, loving? All of the above? I’m trying to finish something and it’s within my reach. I feel I need to go back to the beginning and I will, but is the most important thing we learn as adult woman acceptance and a great love of ourselves? I don’t mean “love ourselves” in a self-centered, kumbaya sort of way but a whole, beautiful way, a way we feel others have failed to love us, that we search for and find – ultimately – in ourselves.

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