Have you ever lain awake wondering if you’re a bad mother? If you’ve done everything you could to keep your children happy, healthy, and to maximize their chances of success? From your in-laws to the women in the park, everyone has a firm grip on what a good mother does, except you. As you listen to your partner snoring away blissfully in the dark, you wonder why you feel like a failure even though you’ve done a million things from dawn to dusk with never a moment of peace. How can your partner sleep like a baby every night, not bothered by the mile-long to-do list for tomorrow? How can he tell you to relax and everything will be okay, when you’re overwhelmed, underappreciated, and terribly lonely?
You’re not alone.
Working mother is the most demanding role in modern society. It demands endless patience, infinite adaptability, and the incredible balancing act of a high-wire walker between the towers of career and motherhood.
Every single day.
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