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  • Why some mothers are regretting motherhood
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Why some mothers are regretting motherhood

Is there any greater taboo than for a mother to regret becoming a mother? Sparked by an ethnographic study from Israeli sociologist Orna Donath, small pockets of mothers around the world are discussing this issue as part of an increasingly open dialogue about motherhood.

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