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Who's got Mama's back?

Happy Saturday!

Today I am discussing something many mothers do not have or have difficulty requesting, that is support. Support is crucial for mothers because raising a child can be an incredibly challenging and demanding task, both physically and emotionally. Support can come in many different forms, such as help with childcare, household chores, emotional support, financial support, and more.

While many may offer support, some do not understand why support is NECESSARY for mothers. So I thought I'd provide a few reasons below:

  • Physical and emotional demands:

Motherhood can be physically and emotionally exhausting, especially during the early stages of a child's life. A mother needs support to take care of herself and her child, and to manage the stress that comes with parenting.

  • Childcare:

Raising a child is a full-time job, and it can be difficult to balance parenting with other responsibilities such as work, household chores, and social life. Support from family, friends, or professionals can help a mother manage her workload and provide the best care for her child.

  • Mental health:

Mothers are at a higher risk of experiencing mental health issues such as postpartum depression or anxiety. Support from loved ones or mental health professionals can help a mother cope with these challenges and seek the necessary care.

  • Financial stability:

Raising a child can be expensive, and many mothers may struggle to make ends meet. Financial support from family, government programs, or other sources can help alleviate some of the financial stress and ensure that the child's needs are met.

Support is necessary for mothers to ensure their physical and emotional well-being, and to provide the best possible care for their children. So today I ask, who has your back?

Angie P.

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