Stay-At-Home Mom’s Powerful Post About “Not Working” Has Been Shared Over 485k Times

Stay-At-Home Mom’s Powerful Post About “Not Working” Has Been Shared Over 485k Times

Even though the number of stay-at-home moms was on the decline in the U.S. from 1967 to 1999, it is currently on the rise.
A recent study conducted by Redbook found that 90% of stay-at-home moms are happy with their domestic career, but that definitely doesn’t mean that their work is by any means easier.

Ryshell Lynch is a mother and a tattoo artist from Florida who wrote a powerful Facebook post about the incorrect perception about stay-at-home moms, and the post has since been shared over 485k times!

The post is actually a hypothetical conversation between a father and a psychologist, and the father complains that his stay-at-home wife “doesn’t work”.

The psychologist then tells the father about the huge amount of work the stay-at-home mom does, even after the father comes home and does nothing but rest after his full-time job is over.

Check out the post for yourself below, and tell us what you think about it in the comments:

 
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