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‘Super Mom’ Is Not a Badge of Honor — it’s abuse.

There’s nothing to celebrate about a mother struggling to survive, so stop “mansplaining” what a super-mother is.

LinkedIn — courtesy to Jerin Hossain

The young woman in this picture is struggling. I know she is because she has a baby and a toddler attached to her while on the job. A delivery job that requires moving from one place to…

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Supporting and lifting the community of working mothers. Because we need to take our power back

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Please don’t send me away, Father

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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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