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  1. I haven’t been told not to share, but whenever I express this people tell me to stop worrying or to speak it as if it already is so buuuut I’m TERRIFIED to apply for grad school. The ONLY program I want to do is the #9 program in the country – super competitive – for the subject and I just feel inadequate and that they’ll send a smooth “eh, nah”.

  2. 20lbs is no small feat, Yetti! That’s definitely something to be proud of!

    And I could write a whole host of things we’re not supposed to share about pregnancy and motherhood in general (mostly how it’s a parasitic relationship from conception), but that’s another blog post for another day.

    I really hope things start looking up on the career horizon for you. Crying in the handicapped stall is absolutely unacceptable, and none of us should have to deal with that kind of stress from our employer. ❤️

    Xx http://theactivespirit.com/

  3. It was so alarming how many people completely and probably purposely missed the point of Ayesha’s statement. After I watched the episode for myself, I was literally mind blown at how blatantly stupid people chose to be about it. It is literally human nature to want some type of validation (married or not) and like you said, she has birthed THREE kids and is married to Steph Curry!!!! Come on, people…for real.

    For me, sharing my feelings about [single] motherhood can be seen as something I shouldn’t share…but I know there are moms out there who feel just as “stuck” as I do sometimes. So, I’m really close to saying fuck it and sharing anyway.