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A mother is born the moment a child is born She is a woman in relation to a child or children whom she has given birth or brings up with care and affection Being a mother is perhaps the hardest most rewarding job a woman will experience A mothers love is unconditional for her childchildren No mother should compare herself to any other parent Just like children no two mothers are alike and each parenting style has its own place Being a mother is a little challenging sometimes Children can push our buttons and make us want to pull our hair out Keeping a cool head and trying to stay patient is the key Every mother has struggled with the question of whether she is doing a good enough job we all strive to do our best The problem begins when we feel like our best is not good enough No matter what we do sometimes we feel like our efforts tend to come up short When we question ourselves so will our children Staying positive and knowing that we are doing what is best for our childchildren has to allow the comfort in our decisions be okay with us As a mother you know what is truly best for your child Self-care is an important part of being a mother A mother who does not take care of herself is not going to be able to take care of her child or children A child cannot learn from a mother who does not take care of herselfA mother needs to know how to communicate with her child but also understand that her child does not care only about the amount of words that come out of her mouth Children also care about how actively involved their mother is their interests hobbies and sports A mother should try her hardest to always be understanding and a good listener as well as supportive of her children
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