A mother of two left many smoking people after she went to Facebook to claim that giving up work to stay home with her children was lonely like a bastard.
Caitlin Fladager, 23, from Vancouver, ranted about being a mother staying at home in a now viral Facebook post in which she wrote that she was mentally & exhaustively exhausting & # 39; found to be stuck at home & # 39 ;.
Her comments sparked a debate on social media, as many said they would & # 39; appreciate & privilege to give up work.
One said: & # 39; I would give anything to stay at home with my daughter. & # 39;
Caitlin Fladager, 23, from Vancouver, led to a discussion online after he had been staring at the fact that being a mother who stayed at home was lonely like a *** & # 39;
In a Facebook post that has now been tagged 19,000, Caitlin wrote: & # 39;When I told people that I was a mother who would stay at home and was planning to stay for a few years, they would always keep saying how happy I was. Or how I should appreciate that opportunity.
& # 39; But the only thing I could think of was: & # 39; Then why do I feel so f ****** lonely all the time? & # 39;
Terwijl & # 39; While I am very thankful that I have been able to stay a mother at home for the past four years, it is also one of the most difficult times in my life. & # 39;
& # 39; People always talk about its benefits. Spend more time with your children, witness their first milestones and all that stuff. & # 39;
Mother-of-two Caitlin complained that & # 39; no one hair & # 39; had prepared for & # 39; the downside & # 39; of staying at home with her children (photo, Caitlin with her husband Noah, daughter Arianna and son Jack)
Caitlin's frenzy quickly went viral on Facebook, with more than 19,000 people who liked her message to remain a mother
She went on: & # 39; But what nobody was preparing me for were the disadvantages and mental health problems that come with it. & # 39;
& # 39; Nobody tells you how much you lose your patience. Nobody tells you that sometimes you won't leave the house for days.
& # 39; Nobody tells you how hard it is to ask for help when you need it. Iemand Nobody says it's not easy. & # 39;
She called it & # 39; mentally exhausting & # 39; and added: & # 39; No one tells you that regardless of the number of hours per day, you still don't feel that you've done enough.
Caitlin said she was & # 39; lonely & # 39; and & # 39; exhausted & # 39; felt because they & # 39; every day & # 39; stuck in the same routine & # 39; with her children (photo, with son Jack and daughter Arianna)
& # 39; Nobody tells you how exhaustingly you are stuck in the same routine every day. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; Yes, I am grateful that I can stay at home with my children. But that doesn't mean I can't talk about how hard it is. & # 39;
Social media users remained divided over the post and some said they & # 39; like & # 39; stay at home with their children.
One said: & # 39; Remember that there are mothers who have to work day and night and can barely see their children.
Some social media users were stunned by the mother's post, with many comments that they & # 39; like & # 39; were that they stayed mothers at home
& # 39; I know people in the medical world who miss birthday parties, family outings and even something small like dinner with their families every day.
She added: & # 39; The grass is not always greener on the other side. Being a mother, whether it's a mother at home or a working mother, can be both hard and lonely. Just isolate. & # 39;
Another wrote: & # 39; I was a mother who stayed at home. I loved it! I don't find it difficult at all. I was not lonely. I had family and friends. & # 39;
One added: & # 39; I would give anything to stay at home with my daughter.
Others defended Caitlin and praised her for speaking so openly, saying that her position & # 39; well said & # 39; used to be!
& # 39; I feel like I'm missing so much work. So in my opinion, I could afford to stay at home, a luxury for ME and hopefully we will be able to afford this in the future. & # 39;
But others defended the post online with a comment: & # 39; That's why I had to go back to work, one child or four children needed that external connection. Not everyone can stay home mom. & # 39;
One added: & # 39; Well said! I was a mother at home, and this is precisely the reason why I went back to work. My children are teenagers, the oldest is 18 and I have been working for a while, but when I did, this is the truth. & # 39;
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