An Open Letter To Moms Who Have No Plans For Mother’s Day

Don’t get disheartened, because we all feel lost sometimes!

Aditi K

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Motherhood is a pleasant feeling, but becoming a mother for the first time can bring existential crises. There is no doubt in it I love my child from the core, but I do miss the old me sometimes. Postpartum depression is also real. And when the kids are all grown up, then yes, the lonely house haunts every mom. The prime reason being that there is really no one to tell a mother that the changing perceptions are a part of motherhood. Yes, the baby will fall on the floor many times, and getting ill is also a part of kids growing up. But since the very beginning, mothers have always been givers. Motherhood has become a self-created burden in our modern-day urban world. Probably because raising a child right has always been a fierce competition. And when anything goes wrong with the child, the universe shall blame a mom.

In the fictional world also women have overburdened themselves. And most of the women own the weight of responsibility with a smile on the outside. But the inside story may be different. This is because for generations mothers have always been selfless.

A supermom comes in with 10 hands for managing crisis and a super dad comes with a Ferrari to enjoy quality time with wife and…

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Aditi K

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