This young millennial woman discusses motherhood

“I can’t compare my mom’s love. Whatever how many times I have disappointed her, I made her cry she still loves me, takes care of me. And never loses hope on me. She always wanted the best for me. Even after everyone stops believing in me she remains the one on my side”, says Ruth Tania

This young millennial (1991-2001) woman talks about the meaning of motherhood and the importance of a mother in a child’s life.

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1 – What does ‘being a mom’ mean to you?

Motherhood I think it’s as soon as you feel the needs to protect someone else as if it was a part of your body, I can even say you. You want the best for that person, always care about him or her and doing the best you can so that this person has the best thing in life. It doesn’t matter if you are not going to have anything in return in the future. You are doing what you are doing because it has become an obligation and all that from all your heart.

2 – Does your mom inspire you to have a family of your own some day?

Motherhood, it’s a step in life I don’t think they can’t really teach someone how to be a good mother; it comes naturally. That’s a feeling that grows inside of you and when it’s time to experience it even you surprise yourself.

3 – What price would you put on your mom’s love?

What price can I put on my mother’s love? There is none. I can’t compare my mom’s love. Whatever how many times I have disappointed her, I made her cry she still loves me, takes care of me. And never loses hope on me. She always wanted the best for me. Even after everyone stops believing in me she remains the one on my side. How can u compare the love someone has for you even before she has seen you, doesn’t know what you will become, how hard you can make her life and after all stills loves you and never ashamed to call u her child?

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Ruth’s Info:

Ruth Tania 
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada

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