Facing a diagnosis of low ovarian reserve, this 30-something reflects on what it means for her to become a single mom.
The long-standing history of shaming single moms is steeped in patriarchy and government failure, not reality.
“On any given day I am either wrapped in sweet silence or sweet chaos and the only consistent thing I have control over is the grace I allow myself in each moment.”
“Trying to manage all of it alone makes you next-level tired.”
Becoming a single mom wasn’t in this Toronto-based mom’s plans. But now that it’s happened, she’s dealing with the emotional fallout.