I heard a quote that goes something like this.
“I am not what I think I am.
I am not what you think I am.
I am what I believe you think I am.”
I thought our soceity demands mothers should cook.
Because of that, I was a miserable mother believed who should cook but don’t cook.
I felt guilty not cooking for my family.
I felt anger becuase i believed my family expect me to cook. In reality, no one expected me to cook except I.
I understand guilt is costly emotion. I choose not to feel guilty about it.
I still don’t cook much, but when I do, I do it for love, not out of guilt.
Be you. Do you. For you.