Health professional discusses motherhood

“Every being needs to be nurtured, so I believe motherhood will never be outdated, a mother’s love is always there, despite cultural differences” reasons Sara, a mom from New York city.

As a woman from the decade 1971-1981, Sara explains what motherhood means for women of her generation and confronts her ideas with millennials’.

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

To me being a mom is an honor, to raise my children as best as I can so that they can be the best that they can be, filled with joyful memories.

2 – Do you think motherhood is outdated or should be reinvented?

Every being needs to be nurtured, so I believe motherhood will never be outdated, a mother’s love is always there, despite cultural differences.

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

As a mom to two boys, my mom always told me I’d be a great mom one day…and to always show love, compassion, kindness, patience & that verbal abuse may never be forgotten by a child so I must be mindful of my words. Laughter daily is a must!

4 – As a parent, what would you change from the way your mom is dealing/ has dealt with motherhood?

I would probably change the “helicopter” mom factor, as she kept my siblings and I indoors and busy…unless we were at school or on vacation somewhere…we weren’t really allowed to stray outdoors/spend the night at friends’ homes as much as our friends did. I learned that she had major safety concerns & this was done out of love.

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

As humans, of course we get on each other’s nerves, but, the love we share is infinite…


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Sara’s Info:

Sara Lazare
New York City
USA

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