How Coronavirus Pandemic Made My Life Better

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Or even any conversation at all.

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That’s it.

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Isn’t it the very same thing that us new mothers had to endure for months and in some cases years, long before the pandemic? Do you honestly think we are any different? That we have different needs?

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Was the difference that now it wasn’t “just” women needing it?

Or have they?

In German, Rabenmutter is a “Raven mother” — a mother, neglecting her children. In short, not a very good mother.

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Rabenmutter

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In German, Rabenmutter is a “Raven mother” — a mother, neglecting her children. In short, not a very good mother.

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