Choosing to be Brave: Motherhood and the Workforce

No one told me how much bravery would be required to become a parent. I also never realized the bravery required to navigate the messy world of being a working mom until it became my life.

I feel like I am currently in the working mom’s trenches. I am a psychologist by profession but have been at home full-time for the last six months since the birth of my third child, Cami. To provide more context to my story: my husband and I lost our second child, our then four-month-old son, Charlie, to SIDS almost two years ago.

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