Childhood obesity is one of the plagues of the 21st century against which all of us, mothers, fathers, teachers and authorities, have to fight. We are all aware of this, but from there to fully blaming working mothers for childhood obesity there is a stretch, right? And it is already too stressful to reconcile work and personal life to add more pressure.
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Who said motherhood was easy? No way! Being a mother is a continuous learning process for all the parties involved (children and adults) and a process in which mistakes are made, but luckily many successes also occur. Of course, motherhood is a master's degree where experience takes on a very important value.
There are words that should be banned from any mother's dictionary. One of them is guilt and the other is apology. And since we know that it is a difficult task because women have it too internalized, here I come to ask you to spend five minutes with me. Get comfortable, take off your shoes, breathe, and start reading the 13 things mothers should not apologize for.
On March 8, the Working Woman's Day is celebrated. It is dedicated to all women in the world: mothers, daughters, aunts, nieces, grandmothers ... It is about paying tribute to the work, often silent, that women carry out within their environment. not many people know it, the claim made by some workers in a factory in New York in the mid-nineteenth century in the face of their precarious employment situation is commemorated.
Every March 8, International Women's Day is celebrated, previously called Working Women's Day. Fortunately, the tag & 34; worker & 34; has been removed. That is really redundant. Far from feminisms, politicized messages, demagoguery and other philias and phobias that this day awakens, there is a basic message that is vital to transmit to the new generations: fighting for gender equality is an emergency.
When a difficult decision comes our way, we try to delay it so we don't have to face it. This is what happens, many times, with divorce. Knowing that love is over, many couples try to postpone the end of the marriage, at least until the children are a little older so they don't suffer as much.
Since I had my first daughter almost 8 years ago, my feelings towards my mother have totally changed. It's not that I don't love her the same now, it's that I love her more and, above all, I value her more! How was she able to do everything she did without losing her smile and always being loving? Thanks to the innate 9 superpowers of mothers.
Whenever I am asked what I have learned from the adventure of motherhood, I answer the same thing: & 34; Being a mother has taught me to be a better person & 34 ;. And it is that this experience has brought out the best in me, but also the worst. There are days when I feel bad because I would rather go to work than stay with the children.