Mama : Love, Motherhood and Revolution
How different would your life be if your priority were love? In this groundbreaking book, Antonella Gambotto-Burke encourages a complete re-evaluation of motherhood, showing that our lack of respect for maternal love is at the root of our widespread dissatisfaction with modern life. Written from the heart of a woman who was herself revolutionised by her experience of motherhood, this is a book that challenges, comforts and inspires, offering positive solutions through personal revelation and intellectual exploration with some of the greatest visionaries of childcare. Mama is not only the key to a better world, but to a better relationship - with yourself, your child and your life.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 134 x 214 x 24mm | 320g
- 07 Jul 2015
- Pinter & Martin Ltd.
- London, United Kingdom
About Antonella Gambotto-Burke
Antonella Gambotto-Burke is a regular contributor to various international newspapers and magazines, including Vogue and The Guardian. She is also the author of six books, notably The Eclipse: A Memoir of Suicide and Mama: Love, Motherhood and Revolution, which features a foreword by Michel Odent and which Professor KJS Anand described as “undeniably the most important book of the 21st century”.
I was so drawn to this book - it had me by the title. I love this book and recommend it to anyone interested in raising wholehearted children, honouring motherhood and living with love. -- Lucinda Button Juno