Honoring Others on the Day for Mothers

Like it or not, the nuclear family structure is nearly an anomaly in today's society. And like all institutions, Mother's Day is assuming new significance as it evolves to meet the changing nature of society. Smart jewelers are accommodating customers who may have their own interpretation of this special day. A single professional woman has a former college professor who has, through the years, become a mentor, guiding her professional development and personal growth into adulthood. A middle-aged man's aunt-now in her 80s-never had children of her own but still carries his yellowed and dog-eared kindergarten photograph in her wallet. A young man whose father remarried just a few years earlier is attempting to establish ties with his new stepmother. A single father has a nanny who has worked for the family for more than a decade and, in the process, become an important and loving figure

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