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Being a Mom in a Pandemic Is the Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Done

I am more exhausted than I have ever been in my life

Tired South Asian mother holding her sleeping daughter.
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Some days I find myself watching the clock too often, waiting for my kids’ bedtime. I really hate myself those days, knowing that I’m anxiously awaiting the moment they are tucked into bed.

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Meeta Shah

Meeta Shah

I write to stay sane. Lover of Sarcasm. Multi-tasking is my life: Mother, Doctor, Health IT, Wellness, Writer. @msmemesha

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