I think that in the “Only Mothers are Happy” Course, I missed the classes when they taught the “Find you are a well of patience” Module. I flunked with honors.
In the “Choosiness is let go” Module, a kind of transference occurred: I started to have a lot of choosiness with my children, mainly when they were still babies, like: boiling Lego (to sterilize it) and not changing the wristwatch to daylight saving time on trips (to keep the routine intact).
I don’t like parent-teacher meetings either (I only like individual meetings with the teacher); I’ve been risking myself doing rappel around; I’ve been using disposable diapers, to environmentalists’ dismay; and sometimes I’m not in the mood for creative games.
I don’t think that only mothers are happy. I do believe that everybody can be happy if they do not waste time in wanting to be perfect (and not only “for some moments”, as this report affirms).
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