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Trinidad & Tobago: What Mothers Do

“For each decision I had to puzzle through on my own, I give them the tools and advice to make the best choices they can. I want them to be independent and powerful women, but I don’t think they need to learn those skills the hard way, as I did”: Lisa Allen-Agostini blogs about the mother-daughter relationship.

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