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Great Parenting Lessons Friends and Family Remember #1

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Great Parenting Lessons Friends and Family Remember #1

This is the first of what will be a series of statements made by children expressing the long lasting positive influence of their parents.  It is my hope that these statements will be an inspiration to parents wishing to be the best mothers and fathers they can be.

It is also my hope that these statements will help people with eating disorders who are working to build their own inner resources to recognize what beliefs and attitudes they maybe lacking and can develop now.

These statements can serve as a reminder of what they did learn from their families or what they still need to learn now.

 

Joe Biden's statement on his mother's death

January 8, 2010 |  4:29 pm

Vice President Joe Biden has released a statement about the recent death of his mother, which the White House announced today:

"My mother, Catherine Eugenia “Jean” Finnegan Biden, passed away peacefully today at our home in Wilmington, Delaware, surrounded by her children, her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren and many loved ones.  At 92, she was the center of our family and taught all of her children that family is to be treasured, loyalty is paramount and faith will guide you through the tough times. She believed in us, and because of that, we believed in ourselves.  Together with my father, her husband of 61 years who passed away in 2002, we learned the dignity of hard work and that you are defined by your sense of honor.  Her strength, which was immeasurable, will live on in all of us.”

-- Kate Linthicum

 



 


 


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