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What I Learned From My Mother – You Don’t Have to be a Perfect Mom to be a Good Mom

What I Learned From My Mother – You Don’t Have to be a Perfect Mom to be a Good Mom

With Mother’s Day approaching, I’ve been thinking about how my own mother has shaped my views on motherhood. We had an imperfect relationship while I was growing up, but we have since reconciled most of our differences and have a fairly easygoing relationship now. Despite our reconciliation, I had always reflected on our flawed relationship growing up, and […]

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Documentation of Grievances

Documentarian of Grievances

I’ve always found it interesting the way women express themselves. Some women quietly maneuver throughout their world while others (like me) need a microphone to express every last detail. My older sister definitely falls into the silent category. She has this ability to be quietly accepting of what life presents while never complaining. She simply […]

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Retraining The Mom Brain To Read

Retraining The “Mom Brain” To Read

I made a promise to myself last year that I would finally pick up a book and read it. Sadly, this has been a promise that has been hard to keep. When I was younger, I read all of the time, and visits to the library were special occasions. During my school years, my friends would get […]

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