The Roles Of Being A Mother As A Powerful Mother

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In comic books, Superwoman is a well-known super hero. She has super speed, strength, and was one of the first female heroes. Unfortunately, in the real world, having super powers is unfortunately impossible. In my opinion, a real-world super hero is a mother. Webster’s Dictionary defines a mother simply as: “a female parent.” But in all honesty, being a mother is much more than that and is an endless job. A woman must be nurturing, full of energy, brave and strong, to be a great successful mother. A mother needs to have a nurturing side to her, because she plays the roles of a caregiver and best friend in a child’s life. Children are going to get cuts and bruises throughout their lives and also get sick. It is a mother who nurses these wounds and wipes away their child’s tears. She has an endless supply of band aides and kisses to fix the “boo-boos”. Whenever a child feels bad and gets ill, only a mother can sooth and comfort them. It can be very heart-breaking to see your child sick, so a …show more content…
Children soak up information like a sponge, so it is important for a mother to always brave for both them and their family. Being a mother, especially a first time mother, is usually a learn-as-you-go experience, full of new experiences and problems. They always tackle everything head on, despite how frightening something may seem to them. It isn’t always easy, and there are times a mother wants to throw in the towel. She is strong enough to keep going with a smile on her face, because they know their son or daughter is always watching and observing everything they do. Being truly strong is knowing one day a child is going to leave their home, and not depend on their mother as much, but she hides the tears and enjoys what time she does have with her children. Strength and bravery, especially learned from a mother, helps prepare a child to survive adulthood and reach for the

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