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Posts Tagged ‘mothers’

Mothers Rising Strong: A Manifesto & Short Film

When I became a mother nine years ago, I underestimated what a big deal it was.  I remember a friend without children said to me “I don’t understand why becoming a mother is such a radical life transformation.  There are other experiences in life that I think are just as monumental.”  She may be right.…

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On “Being There” Or Being “Worthily Unbalanced”

Moms aren’t supposed to get angry or bored. We’re supposed to cherish every minute with our kids, we’re supposed to be patient, sunny, and flexible, but most of all, be there. “You were always there for me, Mom” is the ultimate good-mom talisman, the movie line that chokes us up. Its vagueness connects with its…

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