A mother’s love for her children is her fuel. It keeps her going.
Even when she’s burnt out, tired, completely overwhelmed, or on the ground crying. She keeps going. Even when her anxiety is so bad that she's able to identify 20 ways her children could get hurt at the park, she lets them enjoy it.
She keeps going.Even when her depression is so awful, it feels like it's pressing down on her forcing her to stay in bed, the wail of her newborn needing her pulls her right up.
She keeps going. Even when life throws her curveballs, relationships are failing, finances aren’t steady, or she’s dealing with grief.
She keeps going.On the good days. She keeps going.On the bad days. She keeps going.On the tired days. She keeps going.On the sad days.
She keeps going.And her love isn’t perfect.It makes her angry and yell out of fear.It makes her anxious and look to control.
But it’s the most powerful part of her—that love for her children. It’s strong and unconditional. And it keeps her going.No matter what.
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