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Not All Good Moms Drive Minivans

My life-altering glance into the rearview mirror

Photo by Tessa Simpson on Unsplash

I caught a glimpse of myself in the rearview mirror.

I started screaming, “How the hell did this happen?”

I looked around one kid in a booster and one in a carseat. I was driving a freakin’ silver minivan ­– soothing music on the radio, frumpy clothes, and OMG! I was wearing Birkenstocks.




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Robin Harwick, Ph.D.

Robin Harwick, Ph.D.

Author, Educator, Researcher, Survivor, and Youth & Family Advocate.

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