Analyzing Levinson's Theory

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In regards to Levinson's theory submits that women do not have mentors, I beg to differ. As little girls, most of us would watch the manner of our mothers or a close aunt in which we would swear when we grew up we would be just like them. As for myself, I looked up to my mother for her ability to work side by side with my father at American Motors doing a man's job. Not to mention, she also attended night school to obtain her high school diploma. Albeit, the disappointing relationship I experienced with my mother the very fact that she did not have anyone tell her what she should or cannot do along with, the boundaries she was crossing as a woman she moved beyond what the average women were was doing during that time frame, most woman
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