One cup of breath, to go please!

When we see a happy baby we praise them, right? But what we don’t see is the excruciating hard work the mother does behind. 

When a mother says she’s tired, that’s all she meant! She did not mean she wants to abandon her child or forget that her child exists. 

When a mother says she wants some time alone, some time to breathe… that’s all she meant! She didn’t say she is sorry to be a mother or that having a baby was a mistake

When a mother says she’s feeling antsy… that’s all she meant! She didn’t say her motherhood is killing her. 

When a mother says she needs help…. that’s exactly what she meant! It didn’t mean she is incapable or she is not able to balance. 

When a mother makes noodles for dinner, it doesn’t mean she makes it everyday of her life and that her child doesn’t know vegetables.

If you arrive at a mother’s house and face disorganisation, it doesn’t mean that everyday that house is in a mess. 

When a mother says she wants to go out with her friends, that’s all she meant! She doesn’t want to go back to being “single”.

When you see a mother scared or worried, that’s what she meant! She didn’t say she’s going to falter or that she’s a coward.

When you listen to a mother screaming, it doesn’t mean she only screams! She probably already spoke a 100 times with normal voice tone. 

When you see a mother at the edge of madness, it doesn’t mean it’s her everyday state… 

Don’t invent untruths to judge someone… let alone a woman who everyday, at all times, gives up her own life to live the life of another being!

In the world there is no human being who is able to donate as much as a mother, and they deserve a lot of understandings and few, very few judgements.

Thanks for joining me. Hope you had a good read!

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