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Mother’s Day: The untold story

My personal guess would be “I love you, Mom, but...”
I see you nodding in recognition. Moms give us life. They nurture us. They see us through times of injury and illness. They inspire us with a slice of their own indomitable spirit. But mothers also know how to push all our buttons and drive us crazy.
The stories about motherly micro-management of wearing clean underwear for ambulance rides, digesting lunch before swimming, jumping off a bridge, etc. are legendary. I’m sure when witches were being burned at the stake, there was a mother admonishing her hapless daughter, “Don ...

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