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A Stranger at My Table: Women Write about Mothering Adolescents
as Helen Braid (ed.)
The Women’s Press, 1997
Following on from Letters To My Semi-detached Son, mothers confess all about their adolescent offspring in these funny, despairing, bemused, harrowing memoirs. You’ll empathise and sympathise, laugh and cry, as women describe how they try to hang on to their sanity and restore equilibrium in their families.