Motherhood is challenging, let’s accept this. It is a never-ending duty and a life-time commitment with your children to train them and support them. In spite of all the challenges, a mother thrives to strive for perfection.
The more we accept that being perfect is ok the more this world becomes an easy place to survive. Every woman in the world is beautifully imperfect and as we accept ourselves the better our mental health becomes.
Women do it all the time, we seek perfection in everything, in our body, in our relationships, in the kitchen, as a parent, and as a working woman. I feel like many other things, perfection doesn’t exist. We can literally ruin the beauty of our life in a quest for perfection.
Self-doubt syndrome or self-imposter syndrome in women is very common and somehow natural due to various external pressures like meeting everybody’s expectations and taking care of family and her relationships.
How do we fix those missing pieces and how do we move on without them? That is what makes moving on a little difficult. How to deal with a breakup alone and how to not break ourselves in the process of moving on.
Our society sees single moms with a very different perspective, but the struggle and challenges a single mom goes through while raising her child are the same as a married one, the only and major difference is they are on their own.
You might go through the roughest patches of your life during your married time. You might doubt your spouse or even lose interest in doing things for him, remember this is perfectly normal in a relationship. All you need to do is take charge of your marriage and make it work again.
Only you have the power to change your life, irrespective of how favorable or worst situation you are in, there is always something you can do about your life, so please grab the power as no will give you the power.