Naoise Dolan: ‘I’m told I’m stubborn, but I’ll be six feet under before I admit it‘
In an essay for the Business Post Magazine, the author recognises her mother in herself, remembers her grandmother and calls for a minute’s silence for all stubborn people
Each year I look more like my mother. When I check my make-up in my phone’s camera, my face shows the triangles I see in hers: peaked lips, wide cheekbones, arched eyebrows.
The similarities seem obvious, but that’s because I’m looking for them. In bare aesthetic terms, I take more from my father’s side, while my mannerisms are where I mimic my mother.
She and I are...
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