LIV LETTER - Super Mom

After being diagnosed with cancer, the initial shock ensues but eventually changed routines become adaptations. Mom no longer works, but she goes to treatment, cleans the house, does laundry, runs the errands, pays the bills, help the kids with homework, make their lunch, the list goes on. What are the expectations once the dust settles? Well, for some of our moms, the pressures to keep a perfect or at least close to perfect household are there. The challenge is that they don't always feel well enough to perform mommy duties.

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