The Happiest Challenge of All

by ClarissaB on February 5, 2016 - 6:29pm

Motherhood is most probably one of the hardest jobs in the world. However, a recent Facebook challenge has taken this job and flipped it around. In a recent article titled ''Motherhood Is A Constant Challenge - And Not Just On Facebook'' written by Tara Mandarano on January 4th, 2015 for Huffington Post Canada we learn that social media can take a toll on motherhood. Mandarano explains that the challenge is to empower mothers all around the world by posting photo collages of their journey with children. She states that many women were infuriated by this challenge since they do not believe that motherhood is a 'job'. The author took matters into her own hands and talks about her own collage which made her feel blessed and thankful for all the time spent with her children. Mandarano mentions that viewing her fellow women's collages has made her feel a sense comfort and added more value into her philosophy of being a mom. My personal background has had a tremendous impact on my news summary. As a child, I always witnessed my own mother running around and never taking a break. My mother did all of this to ensure that I was well taken care of and most importantly, that I was happy. Having had this experience gives me a stronger voice as a female also hoping to have kids. It has made me shape this article in a way which uplifts the millions of moms in the world as well as touches the hearts of the children they care for. Mandarano ends off by saying that a virtual pat on the back will do nothing but greatness for women. To sum up, motherhood may be the hardest job in the world but for a moment, Facebook made it the greatest one! All of the mothers or children reading this, please feel free to share this article to show your appreciation for the heroes that raise us; http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/tara-mandarano/motherhood-is-a-constant-challenge_b_9162482.html

Comments

I found this article very constructive and true to mother all around the world. Talking about your own mother brings your summary more personal to you and it helps us understanding more how mothers do everything, because if one thing is true, it is that mothers never have a break. I'm a unique child, so I did not have a brother or a sister to play with. Instead, my mom would always come and play with me when I asked, she would always be there to take care of me. Facebook had indeed a great idea to start those wonderful collages!