In the first season of the bad mothers series, I had my mom and my aunt over for dinner. My mom’s mother was a single mom who had recently had a miscarriage and didn’t have a lot of money when she was pregnant. This was the first time that her mother had come to visit her before she had a child. We were having dinner and we were talking about our mothers and she had mentioned that she had been a single mom.
A single mom who had recently had a miscarriage? What a sad family story. In a series of articles in Slate Magazine, three American women who were single mothers were quoted on how their moms had had a hard time raising them. One of the women said that her parents had tried to make her as strong as possible. Another woman said that she, her mother, and her father had all been emotionally and physically abused by their step-grandmother.
The other two quotes were more about the women’s relationships with their mothers. One woman said that her mother had never accepted her mother’s new marriage. Another woman said that her mother had never accepted her mother’s new husband’s new wife.
It’s amazing just how many people have felt that their mothers never accepted them for who they are, no matter what. My mother has been treated just like I have been treated. I could go on and on.
If you haven’t seen bad mothers series 1, you really must. I don’t want to give anything away, but it’s a very emotional film that deals with the emotional pain that is justifiable. The thing that always struck me about this film was the way that the mothers were treated and how they were treated.
It’s also amazing how much of the film’s plot came from my mother. The way that she tried to explain to the other mothers that she was only asking for what she was due at the end of the film (I’m not going to spoil too much about the film’s ending, but I want you to have an idea of what happened in the film). The way that she tried to prove that she didn’t deserve to have the kids for the same reason that I did.
Of course, this film is not without its flaws. But as with anything, it can be summed up as an example of how the human brain handles knowledge and expectations. When a person is confronted with conflicting ideas about their situation, they create a “bad mother” scenario that is likely to be more damaging than the truth. This is why when we feel we need to prove ourselves, we create the bad mother scenario.
I’m not saying that the fact that I’m not a good mother is a bad thing, but rather, that the bad mother scenario is the last thing we want to create. We want to create a scenario in which we don’t have to face the fact that we’re flawed in some way, so we can hide from it. But as long as we’re creating the bad mother scenario and hoping that it will be the only one we have to face, we’re wasting our time.
If we hadnt come up with the bad mother scenario of being a bad mother, we wouldnt have to face the fact that we were flawed. We wouldnt have to face the fact that we were human, and that we had flaws.
As it turns out, we are human. Thats the point of this series of articles. We are imperfect human beings. And even when we are flawless, we still have flaws. We have flaws because in the end, we are all flawed.