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Women who use Being a Mother as an excuse to not take care of themselves

Women who use Being a Mother as an excuse to not take care of themselves

Women who use Being a Mother as an excuse to not take care of themselves annoy the living crap out of me. Honey it doesn’t make you a good mother, it makes you a lazy one. There’re single mothers out there who raise their child/multiple-children on their own, all while working and taking care of everything single handedly, and still manage to look fabulous. So this is pure bullshit if you use being a mother as an excuse to not move your tush and look after yourself.

 

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I’m not talking about being super glamorous, look at my “new mommy” pictures I don’t look that dapper myself. I’m talking about staying hygienic, taking a shower, dressing in decent clothing, stop using being a mother as an excuse.

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Before I was a mother, I never said anything, all I saw was women losing themselves after becoming mothers, and it scared me a lot, but I always thought I have no right to have any opinion. Now that I’m a mom, it’s definitely tough but not impossible. I see how SO MANY women use being a mother as an excuse & blame their child. You’re scaring off the young girls.

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I get so much hate for being able to manage my life, all because some people are too lazy to manage theirs ? Women complain so much, how after becoming a parent, marriage changes, everything changes. I would suggest to do some soul searching, it’s not all his fault.

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You want your husband to be caring, loving and understanding, well he needs you to take a shower, to say the least. When I was a new mother, I had absolutely no time for myself, like all new moms, I still managed somehow to at least take care of my hygiene and look presentable, and instead of appreciation, I received mean assΒ criticism, from women who use being a mom as an excuse FOR EVERYTHING in their lives.

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Β I had sleepless nights with the colicky baby, whom I was exclusively breast feeding, and had no help whatsoever, so as a matter of fact I know it’s not impossible.

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Stop using being a mother as an excuse or stop saying crap about those who don’t. When you look back in time, you wanna cherish those moment, don’t ruin your memories. I have taught myself to make the best out of my day, stay active, and positive, do things that make me and my family happy. And never forget a happy mother makes a happy family.

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I hope you find this post helpful in some way, that’s just how I feel and I think it’s important to put it out there, becoming a Mother is not End of You, it’s a part of you, that makes you grow as an individual.

Good Luck!

Love,

Zunaira Sulman.

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