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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
the things that make our lives work, from planning meals to scoring great foam mattress buys to planning the next get-together with our girlfriends. But then some kind of life crisis strikes –
car breaks down, child gets dengue fever, coworker you depend on breaks the
news that she’s leaving the company – and our strength really kicks into
overdrive. We become solution machines,
looking for a way to make things right, even if it means tucking away our own
fear, sorrow and panic until we know it is safe to lock ourselves in the
bedroom and have a little cry.
associate particularly with women who are mothers. I, as a mother, never ever thought I was
special. I definitely am not. Not by a long shot. I am ordinary in the most extraordinary
way. To cope with all that life offers
up, the good and bad, and still move forward to the next day, the next
vacation, the next happy ending that’s coming – that’s something we women do