The mean score of behavior, perceptual, enabling and nurturer
factors in early detection of breast cancer was 36.530.5, 74.6, 65.519.9 and 68.120.7, respectively (Table 2).
One week of fasting and seclusion is undertaken when the fish nurturer
is keen on cultivating the fish from their earliest growth stages.
"My mother was the nurturer
. My dad was the pusher."
The feminist movement is "hurtful to women" because it encourages them to give up their natural roles as mothers, homemakers and nurturers
, a top staff member with Focus on the Family asserted recently.
While women are empowered in their roles as mothers, nurturers
, and protectors of sons, they are excoriated in roles laying claim to leadership or authority.
They are no doubt more agalitarian than in the past, but men are still the chief rulers in political, social, and economic affairs and women the chief nurturers
at home and at work.
Third, if we want to know what we are born for, we must know what we are born as: the virtuoso nurturers
of the planet who are fundamentally designed to live as though to live and love were one.
And although black women continue to function as the community's primary nurturers
, prevailing attitudes among African-American women are more targeted toward issues of self-actualization.
Mammies are seen as nurturers
, women good at comforting and taking care of others, but also verbally aggressive.
Men who do remain in their marriages and in their children's lives are apparently becoming better nurturers
, and the authors believe that "men who actively participate in raising their children may be more reluctant to leave marriage." And when they do leave marriage, these more-active fathers might be more likely to sustain relationships with their children.
Many secretaries have been nurturers
much of their lives--meeting the needs of others, often to the neglect of their own dreams.
'Women have a mammoth task of being nurturers
, caretakers, pillars and providers of warmth to their families.