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Mothers Day is Gone

This goes out to all of those people who don’t have moms; those people who don’t understand the real meaning of motherhood. All of us who get shaky close to mothers day because we don’t know who we are going to celebrate.

This post is for all of us who have always struggled to find our “morheehood” because we didn’t really have an example to look toward.
Not all of us have pictures to post. Not all of us have happy memories to share. I can’t even celebrate my motherhood because it reminds me of all that I have lost. So, now that the day is officially over and I won’t be offending anyone I’m going to dedicate this post and the rest of the night to those who have lost so much to be mothers and don’t have much celebration left in them.
All of you who have lost your mothers and children. Or grew up with mothers who were not worthy of being moms I see you and I hear you.

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Journalist, CEO/Founder of, Mental Health Advocate for Women, Mother. I’m trying to get by just like everyone else. It’s a bit harder because of my chosen gender, so naturally not a friend to those who have stood in my way. Rest is irrelevant!

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