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Mental Health vs. Strong Body

Are you prepared to be a mother for the rest of your life?

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I liked to joke saying that getting pregnant after the 30s is more often than not, a very well thought out process rather than a happy accident — and this was too, my case. Having been in long term relationship made both of us get going with our lives in parallel just fine, maintaining a domestic partnership. Yet, I…

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Eva Grape

Eva Grape

Chief Mom Officer (CMO) writes about parenting, relationships, sex, and sometimes about business and money; loves to challenge males to better themselves.

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