Quotation by Dorothy H. Cohen

Children of eight and nine who love their mothers dearly will cross to the other side of the street when they see her coming, if they happen to be with friends, because to greet or be greeted by their mothers in the presence of peers is to acknowledge having been (and perhaps still being) a baby.
Dorothy H. Cohen (20th century), U.S. educator, child development specialist. The Learning Child, "Parent and Child During the Intermediate Years," (1972).
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