Being Mum is not all pretty roses like we think! It is hard, draining, exhausting!
Ummmm......ooooookay. Thanks for sharing. So where's the "question?"
Motherhood is dependent upon approach & attitude. There are mothers who approach motherhood as a loving vocation. They entered into motherhood willingly with much forethought, viewing motherhood as positive even with the difficult roads encountered. Such mothers view motherhood as an enriching, growth process in which they & their children learn & grow together.
There are some mothers who approach motherhood as a trial, duty, & obligation. Perhaps they were coerced into being mothers by their religion, parents, relatives, & peers. They were hesitant about becoming mothers in the first place with a few not wanting to mothers at all. They are mothers only in the most perfunctory. They are dutiful to their children, providing them with the necessary comforts & no more. They are mothers because they MUST & HAVE to be, no more no less.
There are other mothers who approach motherhood as the be & end all of their lives. They have no other nor outside lives than that of motherhood. They are overly involved & invested in their children's lives. They are mothers above all, placing motherhood before being individual women & wives. They aren't above sacrificing all for motherhood including themselves. They are quite uncomfortable with their children asserting themselves & becoming independent people. They are the happiest when their children depend upon them. They feel that their children are the center of their lives & without their children, they are absolutely nothing. They also will do anything to keep their children dependent upon them, if not physically, emotionally, mentally, psychologically, & even psychically.
by realtalk247 5 months ago
What are your thoughts on women who do not have children? Are women still defined by motherhood?Yahoo Parenting reportedIn an Allure interview, Jennifer Aniston addressed the motherhood issue: “I don’t like [the pressure] that people put on me, on women—that you’ve failed yourself as...
by MrsHernandez 14 months ago
Who Is a mother? What make a woman a real mother?There are enough women out there having kids but still are not mothers, they just have kids because they can and because they want to, others have kids because it comes from the heart...
by Carolyn1973 2 years ago
Why do woman have children,if they don't want to take care of them?Out of control ex-daughter inlaw. Leaves her children for 3/4 months at a time to have fun,party, drink,and drugs. Shares it all over social media,and when she gets caught up in a custody battle,wants to be Marry Poppins. Then goes...
by Merida Craze 12 months ago
I work in a corporate office and we have a nursery in our office building so that those who can't get babysitters make use of the nursery. It's a new scheme we've introduced for the working mothers in our company. Recently we hired a new human resource manager, who happens to be a...
by Chelsea Bell 2 years ago
What is motherhood?I feel as if this vague question is something every woman should ask before having children. There are so many answers and opinions on what motherhood is and how you should or should not act as a mother. I find it difficult to base this question off of one answer and have often...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What is the epitome of negative motherhood?
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