With coronavirus concerns, stay-at-home orders, financial instability and mounting civil unrest, it is no surprise that mothers are experiencing intensified anger.
Good afternoon Ruth
I was on your website from the NYT article on “mom rage” and I found the writing on rage beautiful, inspired, and necessary. Coronavirus has not hurt me physically, financially, or emotionally – much. What I think it has done, though, is it’s sliced through some facades, ripped them apart, so I can see what is inside and finally acknowledge what is there. Thank you again. ~ Amy Estersohn
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